3 edition of Development cycles, political regimes and international migration found in the catalog.
|Series||Serie Macroeconomía del desarrollo -- 22|
|Contributions||United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. Economic Development Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||46 p. :|
|Number of Pages||46|
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Get this from a library. Development cycles, political regimes and international migration: Argentina in the twentieth century. [Andrés Solimano; United Nations. Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean. Economic Development Division.] -- This paper investigates the main patterns of international migration to and from Argentina in the twentieth century.
Solimano, Andrés, "Development cycles, political regimes and international migration: Argentina in the 20th century," Macroeconomía del Desarro Naciones Unidas Comisión Económica para América Latina y el Caribe (CEPAL). Handle: RePEc:ecr:col Note: Includes bibliographyCited by: Solimano, A.
‘Development Cycles, Political Regimes and International Migration: Argentina in the Twentieth Century’, Paper presented at the UNU–WIDER development conference on ‘Poverty, International Migration and Asylum’ held on 27–28 September, Helsinki: UNU–WIDER. Google ScholarCited by: Development Cycles, Political Regimes and International Migration Argentina in the Twentieth Century At the turn of the twentieth century, a large number of Europeans, mostly from Italy and Spain, left their homelands and headed to the distant shores of Argentina in response to the good economic opportunities, fertile land and hopes for a.
Development Cycles, Political Regimes and International Migration: Argentina in the Twentieth Century Andrés Solimano More Working Paper | Development Cycles, Political Regimes and International Migration; Part III: Case Studies of Immigration and Asylum of migration patterns, development cycles and political regimes in Argentina during the twentieth century from an international perspective; section 3 looks at the main.
Get this from a library. Poverty, international migration, and asylum. [George J Borjas; Jeff Crisp; World Institute for Development Economics Research.;] -- "This book examines the economic consequences of immigration and asylum migration. It focuses on the economic consequences of legal and illegal immigration as well as placing the study of immigration.
Poverty, International Migration and Asylum: Introduction. Poverty, International Migration and Asylum: Introduction Development Cycles, Political Regimes and International Migration: Argentina in the Twentieth Century.
This book examines the economic consequences of immigration and asylum migration, it focuses on the economic. The analysis reviews the historical context under which various migration experiences have taken place - both in periods of internationalism and nationalism - in order to contribute to debates on the desirability of and tensions and costs involved in the current process of international by: About the Book.
The Sociology of Development Handbook gathers essays that reflect the range of debates in development sociology and in the interdisciplinary study and practice of essays address the pressing intellectual challenges of today, including internal and international migration, transformation of political regimes, globalization, changes in household and.
'The development of effective and just policies on poverty, international migration and asylum is already one of the biggest challenges for policymakers in the twenty-first century. In such rapidly moving fields, this book is a useful and accessible resource for all those attempting to address these complex issues.
Ian Bailey, Piers Revell, in International Encyclopedia of the Social & Behavioral Sciences (Second Edition), International Climate Negotiations. In a comparative analysis of global governance, political theorists from the liberal institutionalist tradition have observed that successful international regimes tend to evolve through three main stages (O'Neill, ).
INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REGIMES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT * Robert E. Lucas A. THE CONTEXT International migration is attracting. 1 International migration and development: A review in light of the crisis José Antonio Alonso 1.
Introduction One of the most conspicuous signs of the process of globalisation is the increase in. Alem, Yonas & Lisa Andersson,International Remittances and Private Interhousehold Transfers: Exploring the Links, The European Journal of Development Research, 31, More information Volante, Louis, Don A.
Klinger, Melissa Siegel & Leena Yahia,Policy options for addressing immigrant student achievement gaps, Migration Policy and. 6 The Politics of International Migration Management The reliance on funding from predominantly migrant-receiving states may be difﬁcult to reconcile with the international mandate of these Author: Antoine Pécoud.
This evidence questions the idea of a growing global mobility divide (Mau et al. ) between north and south, and exemplifies the multi‐polar and multi‐layered nature of international relations and migration regimes.
Although media and political discourses often suggest otherwise, migration policies are generally by: 3. The book Migration, Citizenship, and Development examines the effects of country-of-origin citizenship on the Indian diaspora in the United States and return migrants in India.
It explores how the Overseas Citizenship of India affects remittances, investment, philanthropy, return migration and political lobbying. The book provides a detailed historical background of the international migration trends of people with support of the changing political and economic regimes.
The book is well organized and executed with detailed reference lists for comprehensive readings related to migration studies. 12 and 13 September International Conference Center Geneva (CICG) 17 rue de Varembé, Geneva, Switzerland Background The workshop on "Economic Cycles, Demographic Change and Migration" was held in the framework of IOM's International Dialogue on Migration (IDM) which in has the overall theme of "The Future of Migration: Building Capacities for Change".
This paper studies, from a long-term perspective, the determinants of immigrant flows to Argentina from Europe and South America. Different econometric models are estimated for both the European waves –during the period from to – and the Latin American.
The essays address the pressing intellectual challenges of today, including internal and international migration, transformation of political regimes, globalization, changes in household and family formations, gender dynamics, technological change, population and economic growth, environmental sustainability, peace and war, and the production Author: Gregory Hooks.Perspectives on Global Development presents an overview of the shifting of economic activity to developing countries and examines whether this shift has led to an increase in international migration towards developing countries.
The report focuses on the latest data on migration between andand uses a new three-way.