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Causes of Regionalism. How ASEAN-China FTA Fits the (New) Wave of Regionalism?

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Theorising Transnational Migration in Our Times:
A multiscalar temporal perspective

freedom of movement , Duke UP, Durham, NC. De Haas, H 2012, ‘The migration and development pendulum: a critical view on research and policy’, International Migration , vol. 50, no. 3, pp. 8-25, DOI:10.1111/j.1468-2435.2012.00755.x. Deleuze, G &Guattari, F 2004, [1980], A thousand plateaus: capitalism and schizophrenia (trans. B Massumi), Continuum, New York. Delgado-Wise, R 2017, ‘Capitalism, migration, and development’, Working Paper. DOI:10.13140/RG.2.2.22097.53602. Denning, M 1996, The cultural front: the laboring of American culture in

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Patterns of integration
A Longitudinal View of the Labour Market Attachment of Immigrants in Finland

assumption that labour integration is a long-term dynamic process that includes transitions between various statuses in the labour market, the sequence analysis allows us to represent a time-ordered sequence of the socio-economic states (statuses). A ‘sequence’ is thus defined as an ordered list of elements in which every element can be a certain status (e.g. an employment status). The positions of the elements are fixed and ordered according to periods or to another more or less natural order ( Brzinsky-Fay, Kohler & Luniak 2006 ). The information is generalised by means

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Environmental and temperamental correlates of alcohol user patterns in grade 7 students

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Cultural Leadership and Entrepreneurship As Antecedents of Estonia’s Singing Revolution and Post-Communist Success

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Mechanisms Fostering Social Entrepreneurship as Potential Instruments for Economic Development: The Eastern Partnership Perspective

Change?’ Journal of Social Entrepreneurship, vol. 3, no. 2, pp. 133-150. Austin, J.; Stevenson, H. & Wei-Skillern, J. (2006), ‘Social and commercial entrepreneurship: same, different, or both?’ Entrepreneurship Theory and Practice, vol. 30, no. 1, pp. 1-22. Boonstra, J. & Shapovalova, N. (2010), The EU’s Eastern Partnership: One Year Backwards, Working Paper 99, Madrid: FRIDE. Bosse, G. & Korosteleva-Polglase, E. (2009

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Queer desire in Japanese TV series

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The Political Economics of the New Silk Road

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Temporal aspects of precarious work and life in Finland

-rules-to-attract-non-eu-students-researchers-and-interns-to-the-eu [Last accessed 12.08.2016] Favell, A, Feldblum, M & Smith, MP 2007 ‘The human face of global mobility: a research agenda’, Society vol. 44, no. 2, pp. 15-25. Finnish Aliens Act 301/2004. Available from: . [Last accessed 05.07.2016] Forsander, A 2007, ‘Kotoutuminen sukupuolittuneille työmarkkinoille? Maahanmuuttajien työmarkkina-asema yli vuosikymmen Suomeen muuton jälkeen’ [Integration in gendered labour markets? Immigrants’ position on the labour market ten years after moving], in T Martikainen & M

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The importance of origin and destination country skills for labour market attachment of immigrants from Pakistan, Iran and Turkey

destination-country labour market, and 2) The study tests whether a differential labour market advantage of immigrants who have acquired education in the destination country can be interpreted causally. A threat to this interpretation can arise if it, e.g., is the more able that acquire education, and who would have gained high employment even in the absence of destination country education. The three hypothesis that are examined are 1) The transferability hypothesis (e.g. Friedberg 2000 ; Chiswick & Miller 2009 ), i.e. the hypothesis that qualifications acquired in

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