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Formato: 2019
Migraciones y desarrollo: nuevas teorías y evidencia
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
José Luis GROIZARD CARDOSA
Resumen:
En este trabajo se plantean las interacciones entre el desarrollo y la
migración teniendo en cuenta tanto las recientes aportaciones teóricas como
la nueva evidencia empírica. En primer lugar, se revisan las causas de las
migraciones y se documentan las principales teorías. En segundo lugar, se
reflexiona sobre los efectos de las migraciones para los países en desarrollo
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Temas:
países en desarrollo, Migraciones internacionales, Remesas, Fuga de cerebros
El camino del mar: migraciones humanas a través del Mediterráneo Occidental
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
Bob SUTCLIFFE
Resumen:
Este artículo explora algunas de las características, causas y consecuencias
de las migraciones actuales desde los países del sur del Mediterráneo hacia
Europa Occidental, concentrándose en los tres países magrebíes: Túnez, Argelia
y Marruecos (particularmente en este último). Las secciones más detalladas se
centrarán en el vórtice de estas migraciones: el estrecho que lleva el nombre de
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Temas:
Migraciones, Mediterráneo Occidental
Review
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
Jesús Santiago Martínez Mellado, Manuela A. de Paz Báñez
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Review
Liberalization, Migration and Development: the Mexico-U.S. Relationship
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
Migration, Development, Liberalization
Resumen:

Migration from Mexico to the United States has been increased by liberalization of the Mexican economy. Proponents of liberalization had maintained that it would reduce migration; indeed, they used this argument along with anti-immigrant sentiment as one basis on which to sell the North American Free Trade Agreement to the U.S. public. The anti-immigration demagogy was not only offensive in sentiment but also wrong in substance.

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Temas:
Migration, Development, Liberalization
Migrations, labor insertion, and social integration
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
José Alfonso GARCÍA MARTÍNEZ
Resumen:
Migratory flows that arrive in Spain show a phenomenon that is going
to mark of our future, regarding different spheres of our country’s life but
especially regarding their autonomic responsibility and the establishment of
the immigrants in every region, that is, the different forms (the nets) that are
adopted by the stable settlement of the diverse immigrant populations who
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Temas:
Immigrants, Nets, Labour insertion, Social integration, Intercultural society
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
Migrations from the "Global South" and the informal economy in Turkey: Laissez passer, laissez faire?
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
Esra ERDEM
Resumen:
In terms of migratory movements from the “Global South”, Turkey is a
receiving, transit and sending country all at the same time. The paper analyzes
these self-organized flows through the concept of the “autonomy of migration”.
The paper starts off by outlining the defining impact of Turkish nationalist
ideology on migratory movements. Next, the economy of transit migration
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Temas:
Migration, Turkey, Informal economy
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
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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Index

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