International Migration, Vol. 54(5) 2016

Cantidad de páginas: 
174
Tomo: 
54 (5)
ISSN: 
ISSN 1468-2435
Año: 
2016
Resumen Descriptivo: 

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.

Índice: 
  • Editorial by Dr. Howard Duncan
  • Immigrants in the Old-Age Pension System: The Case of Sweden by Jan Ekberg and Thomas Lindh
  • Models of representation, Mobilization and Turnout: The Election of the Foreign Citizens' Council of the Province of Bologna by Djordje Sredanovic
  • Contextualizing Migrants' Strategies of Seeking Medical Care in Russia by Ekaterina Demintseva and Daniel Kashnitsky
  • Which Child Immigrants Face Earnings Disparity? Age-at-immigration, Ethnic Minority Status and Labour Market Attainment in Canada by Krishna Pendakur and Ravi Pendakur
  • Protecting the Welfare of Children and its Causal Effect on Limiting Mother's Labour Migration by Bilesha Weeraratne
  • Asymmetric Information under the Kafala Sponsorship System: Impacts on Foreign Domestic Workers’ Income and Employment Status in the GCC Countries by Froilan T. Malit Jr. and George Naufal
  • Troubling the Fields: Choice, Consent, and Coercion of Canada's Seasonal Agricultural Workers by Stephanie J. Silverman and Amrita Hari
  • Growth Effects of Remittances in Bangladesh: Is there a U-shaped Relationship? by Gazi M. Hassan, Mamta Chowdhury and Mohammed Bhuyan
  • Reversing the brain drain: evidence from a Romanian brain networking organization by Alisa Petroff
  • Income Inequality in Host Countries and Remittances: A Discussion of the Determinants of Portuguese Emigrants' Remittances by Paulo Reis Mourao
  • The Short Term Effects of Immigrant Students on the Educational Achievements of Native-Born Students by Svetlana Chachashvili-Bolotin, Sabina Lissitsa, Yossi Shavit and Hanna Ayalon
  • The Determinants of Student Migration to Poland Based on the Opolskie Voivodeship Study by Sabina Kubiciel-Lodzińska and Bogdan Ruszczak

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