2 edition of migration-development nexus found in the catalog.
Ninna Nyberg SГёrensen
|Statement||prepared for IOM by: Ninna Nyberg-Sorensen, Nicholas Van Hear, Poul Engberg-Pedersen.|
|Series||IOM migration research series -- no. 8|
|Contributions||Van Hear, Nicholas., Engberg-Pedersen, Poul., International Organization for Migration.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||51 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||51|
address the nexus of gender, migration and human security, including: Sex, Money and Morality: Prostitution and T ourism in Southeast Asia (Zed Books/St. . Public debate and research on the two-way relationship between migration and development—that is, on the migration-development nexus—have increased considerably over the past few years. To be more precise, interest in this topic has experienced yet another climax after two previous ones, in the s and s.
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This book examines current policy discussions around the migration-development nexus and subjects them to rigorous conceptual and empirical criticism through a transnational lens, placing the current re-discovery of migrants as agents of development nexus into theoretical and historical perspective.
Table of contents (9 chapters). This collection sheds light on the migration-development nexus seen from many angles, and presents the latest knowledge and research on issues such as migrants' remittances, the development potential of return migration, development questions relating to conflict situations and livelihoods of refugees.
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This paper presents an overview of current thinking and available evidence on the migration development nexus and includes an assessment of the intended and unintended consequences of development. Introduction This book examines current policy discussions around the migration-development nexus and subjects them to rigorous conceptual and empirical criticism through a transnational lens, placing the current re-discovery of migrants as agents migration-development nexus book development nexus into theoretical and historical perspective.
This book examines the explanatory inadequacies in received theories of the linkage and argues that a settled general theory of the nexus will probably remain elusive. As an alternative way of understanding the linkages between transnational migration and development, it suggests the use of capability approach in analyzing the development outcomes of transnational by: 1.
This book explores key dynamics of migration and development in a small states setting. It includes case studies from small states in Africa, Caribbean and the Pacific that will help policy-makers to embrace migration as an inevitable phenomenon and devise policies that will maximise the benefits from migration at a minimal cost.
The chapter examines diverse dimensions of the migration-development nexus and advances ideas for a new theoretical approach towards understanding its dynamics. The point of departure is the way that international organizations such as. Description: This book examines current policy discussions around the migration-development nexus and subjects them to rigorous conceptual and empirical criticism through a transnational lens, placing the current re-discovery of migrants as agents of development nexus into theoretical and historical perspective.
The link between migration and development has intrigued policy makers and academics alike. In recent years, scholars have begun to reevaluate what is often called the migration- development nexus, seeking to contextualize and renegotiate the relationship between migration and development.
10 ThE SECURITy–MIgRATIoN–DEVELoPMENT NExUS REVISED: A PERSPECTIVE FRoM ThE SAhEL BERNARDo VENTURI AND VASSILIS NToUSAS development and security.
Danda discusses how to deal with the root causes of forced relocation and irregular migration by boosting economic opportunities, professional training, equal-ity of opportunity and Size: 1MB.
With empirical support, this book proffers that some countries are becoming over-dependent on migration. An excellent resource for both policymakers working on migration policy, and scholars in international relations, migration and development studies, this book presents a range of innovative ideas in relation to the remittance-development nexus.
Throughout the book the links between migration, development and conflict are highlighted as proceeding from the premise that to align policies on migration and development, migrant and refugee dias- poras have to be acknowledged as a development resource.
Edited by Nicholas Van Hear and Ninna Nyberg Size: 8MB. This book is the result of a IAI-FEPS project entitled “The security-migration-development nexus revised: a perspective from the Sahel”. Revised version of six policy reportspresented at an international conference held in Addis Ababa on 11 December This book examines current policy discussions around the migration-development nexus and subjects them to rigorous conceptual and empirical criticism through a transnational lens, placing the current re-discovery of migrants as agents of development nexus into Brand: Palgrave Macmillan UK.
The Migration Development Nexus Migration and development are two complex and interrelated issues. While migration is frequently caused by underdevelopment, it may also present a vehicle to foster development and a means of escape from poverty. The nexus between migration and development has once again found entry into public debate and academic research in connection with the mobility of persons and issues of economic and socio-political development.
This is to say, interest in the topic is currently resurging after peaking twice previously, in the s and the by: Migration and development. By exploring the link between international migration and development, the work of OECD Development demonstrates the important gains from migration for migrants themselves, as well as for countries of origin and destination.
How immigrants contribute to Costa Rica’s economy. The Migration-Development-Security Nexus Editors: Truong, Thanh-Dam, Gasper, Des (Eds.) • Reveals aspects of power and privilege within ‘international migration’ as a discursive area and at its intersections with the fields of ‘development’, governance and ‘security’.
Book Title On Spine Authors Name (Remove if title is too long) Migration and Development Perspectives from Small States Edited by Wonderful Hope Khonje Over the past two decades, studies on the migration-development nexus often portray small states as one homogeneous group, ‘developing countries’, without.
Book Description The ‘migration-development’ nexus has emerged as an important area of both research and policy over the last ten years. However, most of the interest has focused on the potential that migration holds for poverty alleviation.This paper presents an overview of current thinking and available evidence on the migration development nexus and includes an assessment of the intended and unintended consequences of development interventions and the role of humanitarian aid in migrant producing areas.
Four critical issues are analyzed: poverty and migration; confli Cited by: 1.Migration and attitudes towards domestic violence against women: a case study of Libyan migrants in the UK Suaad El-Abani, Susie Jacobs, Kathryn Chadwick & Shoba Arun Pages: