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Upward or downward: occupational mobility and return migration
N. El-Mallakh; J. Wahba / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2016
Temporary migration provides an opportunity for workers to acquire physical capital, to accumulate savings and assets and most importantly to acquire new skills and knowledge. Upon return to their home country, migrants repres...
Gender, Age and Migration: An extended briefing
J. Birchall / BRIDGE 2016
In many parts of the world, migration has replaced fertility and mortality as the leading agent of demographic change. A person’s gender, age, religion, race, ethnicity, sexuality and health or disability shape every stage of the...
Prospects and challenges of brain gain from ASEAN integration
S.V. Siar / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2015
South-North migration has largely characterised international migration patterns for decades. The South has traditionally been the source of both low-skilled and high-skilled labour of developed countries. This has fuelled serious con...
Mutual recognition arrangements: smoothing the path for “freer” flow of professional workers in the ASEAN
S.V. Siar; C.S. Malana / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2015
The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) targets a single market and production base in the region. To achieve this, it envisions, among others, freer movement of professional workers among the ASEAN member-states (AMS) through mutual recog...
The role of discriminatory social institutions in female South-South migration
G. Ferrant; M. Tuccio; E. Loiseau; K. Nowacka / OECD Development Centre 2014
Migration patterns, choices and outcomes are not gender neutral. Women account for almost half of all global migration, and within that are a number of important gendered differences and considerations that must be explored and accoun...
A new profile of mgrants in the aftermath of the recent economic crisis
C. Arslan; J-C. Dumont; Z. Kone / Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development 2014
International migration of diverse migrant populations is on the rise, making high-quality, comparable, and regularly updated data on migrants essential. This paper presents the results of the 2010/11 update of the Database on Immigra...
Trade liberalization and the skill composition of migrant flows: the case of morocco
F. Karam / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2011
Several recent studies have investigated the relation between trade liberalisation and emigration in Morocco, without looking at the impact of trade liberalisation on skilled and unskilled migration. This paper investigates the effect...
AEC 2015: Challenges Affecting Labor Mobility and MRAs on Professional Services
R.M. Aldaba / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2012
The paper aims to identify the facilitating and deterring factors affecting the implementation of the ASEAN mutual recognition arrangements (MRAs) in professional services encompassing engineering, nursing, architecture, surveying, me...
Immigration, emigration and the labor market in Jordan
J. Wahba / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2012
Jordan has been a country of both labour emigration and immigration. This paper uses the Jordan Labour Market Panel Survey of 2010 to study migration and the labour market in Jordan. The paper documents the characteristics of outward ...
Through the keyhole: international migration in Egypt
J. Wahba / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2014
Labour migration has become an integral part of the world economy. Egypt, being the most populous country in MENA, has become the largest labour exporter in the region. International migration has been a key feature of the Egyptian ec...
Items 1 to 10 of 87

Items 1 to 10 of 87

Upward or downward: occupational mobility and return migration
N. El-Mallakh; J. Wahba / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2016
Temporary migration provides an opportunity for workers to acquire physical capital, to accumulate savings and assets and most importantly to acquire new skills and knowledge. Upon return to their home country, migrants repres...
Gender, Age and Migration: An extended briefing
J. Birchall / BRIDGE 2016
In many parts of the world, migration has replaced fertility and mortality as the leading agent of demographic change. A person’s gender, age, religion, race, ethnicity, sexuality and health or disability shape every stage of the...
Prospects and challenges of brain gain from ASEAN integration
S.V. Siar / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2015
South-North migration has largely characterised international migration patterns for decades. The South has traditionally been the source of both low-skilled and high-skilled labour of developed countries. This has fuelled serious con...
Mutual recognition arrangements: smoothing the path for “freer” flow of professional workers in the ASEAN
S.V. Siar; C.S. Malana / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2015
The ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) targets a single market and production base in the region. To achieve this, it envisions, among others, freer movement of professional workers among the ASEAN member-states (AMS) through mutual recog...
The role of discriminatory social institutions in female South-South migration
G. Ferrant; M. Tuccio; E. Loiseau; K. Nowacka / OECD Development Centre 2014
Migration patterns, choices and outcomes are not gender neutral. Women account for almost half of all global migration, and within that are a number of important gendered differences and considerations that must be explored and accoun...
A new profile of mgrants in the aftermath of the recent economic crisis
C. Arslan; J-C. Dumont; Z. Kone / Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development 2014
International migration of diverse migrant populations is on the rise, making high-quality, comparable, and regularly updated data on migrants essential. This paper presents the results of the 2010/11 update of the Database on Immigra...
Trade liberalization and the skill composition of migrant flows: the case of morocco
F. Karam / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2011
Several recent studies have investigated the relation between trade liberalisation and emigration in Morocco, without looking at the impact of trade liberalisation on skilled and unskilled migration. This paper investigates the effect...
AEC 2015: Challenges Affecting Labor Mobility and MRAs on Professional Services
R.M. Aldaba / Philippine Institute for Development Studies 2012
The paper aims to identify the facilitating and deterring factors affecting the implementation of the ASEAN mutual recognition arrangements (MRAs) in professional services encompassing engineering, nursing, architecture, surveying, me...
Immigration, emigration and the labor market in Jordan
J. Wahba / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2012
Jordan has been a country of both labour emigration and immigration. This paper uses the Jordan Labour Market Panel Survey of 2010 to study migration and the labour market in Jordan. The paper documents the characteristics of outward ...
Through the keyhole: international migration in Egypt
J. Wahba / Economic Research Forum, Egypt 2014
Labour migration has become an integral part of the world economy. Egypt, being the most populous country in MENA, has become the largest labour exporter in the region. International migration has been a key feature of the Egyptian ec...
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