Original Language
English
ISSN
1468-2435
Number of Pages
354
Date of upload

03 Nov 2021

International Migration Vol. 57 (5) October 2019

International Migration is a refereed bimonthly review of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) on current migration issues as analysed by demographers, economists, and sociologists all over the world. The journal is edited by Carleton University and published and distributed by Wiley. The editor at Carleton University is responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

  • PEACEKEEPING AND TRAFFICKING
  • The Impact of UN Peacekeeping Operations on Human Trafficking by Cale Horne and Morgan Barney
  • REMITTANCES, INVESTMENT, GROWTH, AND OTHER EFFECTS
    • How Do Workers’ Remittances Respond to Lending Rates? by Gazi M. Hassan and Mark J. Holmes
    • Migrant Remittances as a Source of Financing for Entrepreneurship by Jakhongir Kakhkharov
    • Remittances, Institutions and Growth in Africa by Prosper Chitambara
    • Social Welfare and Remittances to Older Adults in Two Caribbean Cities by Nekehia T. Quashie
    • Workers’ Remittances and Domestic Investment in South Asia: A Comparative Econometric Inquiry by Shujaat Abbas
    • Does Remittance Outflow Stimulate or Retard Economic Growth? by Khalid Khan, Chi-Wei Su, Ran Tao and Lin Yang
    • The Heterogeneous Impact of International Migration on Left-behind Households: Evidence from Bangladesh by Donato Romano and Silvio Traverso
    • Determinants of remittances in Egypt: Do macroeconomic instability and oil price matter? by Selçuk Akçay and Alper Karasoy
    • MIGRATION DRIVERS AND DECISIONS
    • Economic Migration and Communal Violence in Pakistan by Raymond Kuo
    • Who’s About to Leave? A Global Survey of Aspirations and Intentions to Migrate by Silvia Migali and Marco Scipioni
    • Female Immigrant Entrepreneurs: More Than a Family Strategy by Deborah De Luca and Maurizio Ambrosini
  • MIGRATION ASPECTS OF EDUCATION
    • Enrolment in Mathematics and Physics at The Advanced Level in Secondary School Among Two Generations of Highly Skilled Immigrants by Sabina Lissitsa and Svetlana Chachashvili-Bolotin
    • Studying to Stay: Understanding Graduate Visa Policy Content and Context in the United States and Australia by Adam Grimm
    • You Have to Start from Scratch and You Need Someone by Your Side”: Perspectives of Parents and Teachers on Immigrant Students’ Adaptationto School by Adi Binhas and Liat Yaknich
  • SPECIAL SECTION: MANAGING INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION: RETHINKING TRANSACTION COSTS, RED TAPE, AND THEIR IMPACT GUEST EDITORS: ANNA VISVIZI, MARTA PACHOCKA AND MILTIADIS LYTRAS
    • Managing International Migration: Rethinking Transaction Costs, Red Tape, and Their Impact by Anna Visvizi, Marta Pachocka and Miltiadis D. Lytras
    • Examining the Global North Migration Policies: A “Push Out – Push Back” Approach to Forced Migration by Witold Klaus and Marta Pachocka
    • ANZ -Pacific Migration Governance System by Satish Chand and Stefan Markowski
    • Internally Displaced Persons in Pursuit for Access to Justice: Ukraine by Kateryna Krakhmalova
    • Refugees, not Economic Migrants - Why do Asylum-Seekers Register in Hungary? by András Tétényi, Tamás Barczikay and Balázs Szent-Iványi
    • Fiscal Consequences of the Refugee Crisis by Zsolt Gál
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