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Formato: 2019
Introduction
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
Bob SUTCLIFFE
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Sección:
Introduction
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
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
Equity in social security reforms in Latin America. A critical assessment
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
José Ignacio ANTÓN PÉREZ
Resumen:
Along the last quarter of the century, pension reforms which introduced
private and mandatory capitalization schemes were implemented in Latin
America. In this paper, the author states some criticisms against the theory
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Temas:
Capitalization, Intergenerational equity, Intragenerational equity, Universal pension
Ambivalent anxieties of the South Asian-Gulf Arab Labor Exchange
Revista:
14 - 2006
Autores:
John WILLOUGHBY
Resumen:

This essay explores the contradictions unleashed by the heavy reliance of Gulf Arab countries on South Asian expatriate labor. While worker remittances significantly boost the living standards of home country households, the presence of surplus labor both stimulates the emergence of a labor permits market that facilitates the annual extraction of billions of dollars and allows a modern form of indentured servitude.

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Temas:
economic development, Migration, Asia, Middle East
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

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