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Mohammad Amir Anwar

online at http://www.grain.org/article/entries/4576-slideshow-who-s-behind-the-land-grabs. DoA: 11 August 2014 IMF 2014: Coordinated Direct Investment Survey, Available online at http://cdis.imf.org/. DoA: 11 August 2014 Land Matrix 2014: URL http://www.landmatrix.org/en/. DoA: 21 July 2014 Matondi, P., Havenevik, K. and Beyene, A. editors, 2011: Biofuels, land grabbing and food security in Africa, London: Zed Books, pp. 68-89. Mawdsley, E., 2008: Fu Manchu versus Dr Livingstone in the dark continent

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Jacob Nielsen Arendt, Chantal Pohl Nielsen and Vibeke Jakobsen

origin, controlling for qualifications acquired in the destination country, and the re-investment hypothesis, by examining the direct impact qualifications acquired in the destination country. 6 Empirical results Descriptive statistics Table 1 contains the means for the main variables used in the analyses. The variables are divided into four groups: immigration characteristics, background demographic characteristics, qualifications from the country of origin and from destination country, respectively, and finally employment status in 2006. Table 1

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Ladislav Kruliš

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Eliška Jirásková and Miroslav Žižka

Hongkong and Macao in mainland of China [online]. Chinese Geogrephical science , vol. 7, iss. 4, s. 328 - 338 [ibidem 2011-09-28]. Retrievable from: http://search.proquest.com/docview/204246003/13258520C1F46BDF746/1?accountid=17116. http://search.proquest.com/docview/204246003/13258520C1F46BDF746/1?accountid=17116 Hlaváček, P. (2009). The foreign direct investments in the Ústí region: Theory, actors and space differentiation. E+M Ekonomie a Management. vol. 12, iss. 4, s. 13-27. ISSN 1212-3609. Hnilicová, H

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Sorin Burnete

, (2008). “Is Human Capital Losing from Outsourcing? Evidence for Austria and Poland”. Brakman, S., Garrestsen H. (Eds.). Foreign Direct Investment and the Multinational Enterprise. The MIT Press, 225-89 Sass, M., Fifekova, M.(2011). “Offshoring and Outsourcing Business Services to Central and Eastern Europe: some Empirical and Conceptual Considerations”. European Planning Studies 19, 1593-1609 Zhu, S.C., Trefler, D.(2005). “Trade and inequality in developing countries: a general equilibrium analysis”. Journal of International Economics 65, 21-48

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Sorin Burnete

-80 (available at http://ec.europa.eu/enterprise/newsroom/cf/_getdocument.cfm?doc_id=7002). Ezeala-Harrison F. (1999) Theory and Policy of International Competitiveness, Praeger, London, 1999. 3-78. Feenstra, R.C., G. Hanson. “Foreign Investment, Outsourcing and Relative Wages”. The Political Economy of Trade Policy: Papers in Honor of Jagdish Bhagwati, Feenstra, C; Grossman, G.; Douglas, A. eds., MIT Press: Cambridge, MA, 1996. 89-127. Gebauer, H. “Service Business in Manufacturing Companies: Identifying Misconceptions and

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Ionuţ-Marian Anghel

-SILC survey [ilc_di12]. Accessed 2017, July 11. Franco, Chiara and Elisa Gerussi. 2013. “Trade, foreign direct investments (FDI) and income inequality: Empirical evidence from transition countries.” The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development 22(8): 1131-1160. Galbraith, James. 2016. Despre inegalitate. Teoria inegalității economice pe înțelesul tuturor [Inequality: What Everyone Needs to Know] . București: Publica. Garnero, Andrea, Stephan Kampelmann, and Francois Rycx. 2015. “Minimum wage systems and earnings inequalities: Does

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Ivana Miková

, 21, pp 331-358. Hurrell, A. (1995), Regionalism in Theoretical Perspective. In Regionalism in World Politics, edited by Louise Fawcett and Andrew Hurrell, Oxford: Oxford University Press. pp. 37–73 Ikenberry, G. John (2001), After Victory: Institutions, Strategic Restraint, and the Rebuilding of Order After Major Wars. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 312 p. Jackson, J. H. (1997). The world trading system: law and policy of international economic relations. MIT press. Jiang, Y. (2014). China: Trade, foreign direct investment, and

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Jon Horgen Friberg

with data from employment registers and Office of Foreign Tax Affairs, we are able to include the population of non-settled migrant workers on a short-term stay in Norway (who are usually excluded in official statistics), as well as those who are settled in Norway, and trace them over a period of 7 years and compare them with other groups of workers. For each year from 2005 to 2012, these data contain reliable information on citizenship, basic demography, employment and occupational status, income, and use of social benefits for the entire workforce, including

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Filipino au pairs on the move

Navigating strong and weak ties in the search of future paths

Karina Märcher Dalgas

leaving the Philippines, she did not necessarily expect to find a future in Denmark. Rather, prospective young migrants in the Philippines often explain their migration aspirations in terms of an ambition to ‘go to abroad’, ‘abroad’ being a destination in itself (for a similar observation, see Rohde-Abuba 2016 , Tkach 2016 ). It takes considerable investment and the availability of specific migration opportunities to find employment outside the Philippines. Gil, whose statement introduced this article, described the seven years that she had spent in Manila searching