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18 nov 2016

International Migration, Vol. 54(6) 2016

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.

  • Editorial by Dr. Howard Duncan
  • New Patterns of Internal Migration in Emigrant-Sending Communities: the Case of China by Qian Song and Zai Lang
  • Shocks and Spatial Regime Fades in Spain's International Migration Distribution by Juan C. Duque and María Hierro
  • Portuguese Scientists’ Migration: a study on the 2008 crisis aftermath by Rafaela Ganga, José Pedro Silva, Rui Gomes, Henrique Vaz, João Teixeira Lopes, Sílvia Silva, Luísa Cerdeira, Belmiro Cabrito, Dulce Magalhães, Maria de Lurdes Machado-Taylor, Paulo Peixoto, Tomás Patrocínio and Rui Brites
  • Reintegration upon return: insights from Ecuadorian returnees from Spain by Marion Mercier, Anda David, Ramón Mahia and Rafael De Arce
  • Unlocking the Talents-in-Waiting: Case Study Analysis of Chinese and Indian High-Skilled Migrants in South Australia by Dr. Deepak Sardana, Prof. Ying Zhu and Dr. Robert van der Veen
  • Does “buyer beware” work in migration? Contracting between brokers and migrants in Vietnam by Nguyen Quynh Phuong and Sundar Venkatesh
  • A New Chilean Migration Act: an Approach to International Standards by Regina Ingrid Díaz Tolosa
  • Turkey's Response to Sex Trafficking of Migrant Women: Is It Efficient Enough? by Tatiana Zhidkova and Oguzhan Omer Demir
  • When the State Becomes Part of the Exploitation: Migrants’ Agency within the Institutional Constraints in Australia by Yao-Tai Li and Katherine Whitworth
  • Asylum Systems in the Western Balkan Countries: Current Issues by Neža Kogovšek Šalamon
  • Regional Mobility Spaces? Visa Waiver Policies and Regional Integration by Fabian Gülzau, Steffen Mau and Natascha Zaun
  • The Citizenship Gap in European Societies: Conceptualizing, Measuring and Comparing ‘Migration Neutrality’ across the EU by Ettore Recchi

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