Migration and Development Within and Across Borders: Research and Policy Perspectives on Internal and International Migration
eds. Josh DeWind and Jennifer Holdaway
Edited by SSRC Program Directors Josh DeWind and Jennifer Holdaway, Migration and Development Within and Across Borders
is the outcome of an expert meeting organized jointly by the Social Science Research Council (SSRC), the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) and the Centre on Migration Policy and Society (COMPAS). The articles selected for this volume are revised versions of some of the workshop papers that focused on issues related to labour migration. This narrower topical focus not only facilitates the framing of internal and international migration within sending and receiving areas and on different levels of social organization but also makes possible an examination of related methods of research and links to policy. The essays in this volume make clear that the livelihoods of many rural families and communities depend on both internal and international migration. Although both types of migration seem to provide access to work that can raise incomes and reduce poverty, international migration seems to offer considerably higher levels of remuneration. Buy from the publisher
Published: International Organization for Migration, 2008. December.
Citation: Migration and Development Within and Across Borders: Research and Policy Perspectives on Internal and International Migration, eds.
Josh DeWind and Jennifer Holdaway
(Geneva: International Organization for Migration, 2008. December.).
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