Números Publicados

Formato: 2019
Migrations and the Labor Market
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
Albert RECIO, Josep Banyuls, Ernest Cano, Fausto Miguélez
Resumen:

In this paper we review the analyses of migration from the point of view of labor markets. We discuss different analytical perspectives and we consider the relevance of the labor segmentation approach for understanding the labor dynamics that influence the majority of migration processes. We argue that migration processes are influenced both by the transformation of capitalist economies and by the specific institutions of each country (migration laws, welfare policies, etc.).

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Temas:
Migrations, Labor markets, Labor segmentation
Analytical Summary
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
John WILLOUGHBY, Arthur MACEWAN, Esra ERDEM, Bob SUTCLIFFE, Albert RECIO, Joseph BANYULS, Ernest CANO y Fausto MÍGUELES, José Ignacio ANTÓN PÉREZ, José Alfonso GARCÍA MARTÍNEZ, José Luis GROIZARD CARDOSA
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Analytical Summary
Review
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
Jesús Santiago Martínez Mellado, Manuela A. de Paz Báñez
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Sección:
Review
The path of the sea: Human migration across the western mediterranean
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
Bob SUTCLIFFE
Resumen:
This article looks at some of the characteristics, causes and consequences
of the present day migrations from the southern Mediterranean countries to
Western Europe, concentrating on the three Maghrebi countries, Tunisia, Algeria
and Morocco, especially the latter. The most detailed sections will zoom in
further to look at the vortex of this migration – the Strait which bears the name
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Temas:
Migration, Western Mediterranean
Index
Revista:
14 - 2006
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Sección:
Index
Migrations and development: new theory and evidence
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
José Luis GROIZARD CARDOSA
Resumen:
In this paper we discuss the interactions between development and migration,
taking into account the most recent theoretical and empirical studies. First, we
review migration causes following several theoretical approaches. Second, we
address the consequences of migration for sending economies, emphasizing
the effects of remittances and the brain drain phenomena. Finally we conclude
discussing several policy issues.
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Temas:
developing countries, International migrations, Remittances, Brain drain

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