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22 Oct 2015

International Migration, Vol. 52(4) 2014

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 at Georgetown University's Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM) and published and distributed by Wiley. The editors at ISIM are responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

  • Future Plans of Iraqi Physicians in Jordan: Predictors of Migration by Sana Malik, Shannon Doocy and Gilbert Burnham
  • HIV and “People on the Move”: Six Strategies to Reduce Risk and Vulnerability during the Migration Process by Mary Haour-Knipe, Barbara de Zalduondo, Fiona Samuels, Kate Molesworth and Sarita Sehgal
  • “Right Here is the Gateway”: Mobility, Sex Work Entry and HIV Risk along the Mexico–US Border by S.M. Goldenberg, J.G. Silverman, D. Engstrom, I. Bojorquez-Chapela and S.A. Strathdee
  • Physician Migration in the Global South between Cuba and South Africa by Daniel Hammett
  • Knowledge Transfer and Contemporary High-Skilled Mobility Between Italy and Australia: Guest edited by Marinella Marmo and Brendan Grigg by Marinella Marmo, Brendan Grigg and Jeremy Ryder
  • From Brain Drain to Knowledge Transfer: Experiences of the Italian Academe by Arturo Galan and Tommaso Agasisti
  • How to Reverse the Italian Brain Drain: A Master Class from Australia by Vito Breda
  • Exchanging Views: Knowledge Transfer Through Literary Translation by Rita Wilson
  • From Permanent Settlement to Transnationalism – Contemporary Population Movement between Italy and Australia: Trends and Implications by Graeme Hugo
  • Flows of People and Knowledge between Italy and Australia by Massimiliano Tani
  • Intra-diaspora Knowledge Transfer and ‘New’ Italian Migration by Loretta Baldassar and Joanne Pyke
  • Immigrant Entrepreneurs: The Identification of Foreign Market Opportunities by Melanie Smans, Susan Freeman and Jill Thomas
  • Assimilation of Foreigners in Former West Germany by Peter V. Schaeffer and James O. Bukenya
  • A Comparative Study of Net Transfers for Different Immigrant Groups: Evidence from Germany by Christer Gerdes
  • Why do Europeans Migrate to Berlin? Social-Structural Differences for Italian, British, French and Polish Nationals in the Period between 1980 and 2002 by Roland Verwiebe
  • Take Me “Home”: Return Migration among Germany's Older Immigrants by Jenjira J. Yahirun


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