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Masud Sarker and Shahidul Islam

. Bangladesh Economic Review, 2017 Chowdhury, M. B. (2011). Remittances flow and financial development in Bangladesh. Economic Modelling, 28(6), 2600-2608. Chowdhury, M. B., & Rabbi, F. (2014). Workers’ remittances and Dutch disease in Bangladesh. The Journal of International Trade & Economic Development, 23(4), 455-475. Farid, K. S., Mozumdar, L., Kabir, M. S., & Hossain, K. B. (2009). Trends in international migration and remittance flows: Case of Bangladesh. Journal of the Bangladesh Agricultural University, 7(2), 387-394. Haider, M. Z., Hossain, T

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Ciprian Panzaru and Robert D. Reisz

References Adams Jr, R. H. (2003). International migration, remittances, and the brain drain: A study of 24 labor-exporting countries . Washington: World Bank. . Adams, W. (1968), The brain drain . New York: Macmillan. Anniste, K., Tammaru, T., Pungas, E., and Paas, T. (2012). Emigration After EU Enlargement: Was There a Brain Drain Effect in the Case of Estonia . Tartu: University of Tartu, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration. Beine, M., Docquier, F., Rapoport, H

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Claudiu – Ciprian Dirina


“International Migration in the Age of Crisis and Globalization. Historical and Recent Experiences” represents a work of major interest in the field of migration and globalization. Apparently two concepts that relate one to another, on a background of major population dynamics, the two notions are the two important pillars in what might perfectly be described as a complex analysis of migration, starting from the elements that have initiated it, and culminating with a fine comparison of positive and negative aspects of this phenomenon.

In the present paper, we acknowledge the vast “semantic” bound implied by the concept of migration. Apart from inherent aspects such as the importance of remittances, the unravelling of families or the frequently discussed brain-drain, we are presented an image of Latin America, a region dominated by contradictions, since it may well be considered as both destination region and net immigration labour force.

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Daniel Lucheş, Despina Vasilcu and Ionela Gălbău

References Bouillon, F., (2009). Les Mondes du Squat. Anthropologie d’un Habitat Précaire , Paris, Monde/PUF. European Commission, (2014), Roma Health Report Health status of the Roma population . Data collection in the Member States of the European Union, , [Accessed 25.09.2015] Gălbău, I. &Vasilcu, D., (2015). The Effects of Parent’s Migration on the School Activity of Roma Pupils. Case Study: Suceava , SGEM 2015, Conference Proceedings, pp.959-966. Gugliemo, R

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Bilal Sert and Sebahattin Ziyanak

5. REFERENCES Ahmet, F. (1983). Turks in America: The Ottoman Turk’s immigrant experience . New York: Columbia International. Acehan, I. (2005). Outposts of An Empire: Early Turkish migration to Peabody, Massachusetts , Master thesis submitted to the Institute of Economics and Social Sciences of Bilkent University, Ankara. Babbie, E. (2007). The practice of social research . CA: Thomson Wadsworth. Denzin, Norman K. 1978. The research Act: A theoretical introduction to sociological methods (2 nd ed.). New York: McGraw-Hill. Gans

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Bogdan Aldea

perspective. Theoretical and Applied Economics, 10(10), 39. Pânzaru, C. (2013). Determinants of International Migration: A Panel Data Analysis, The. J. Pol. & L., 6, 142. Pânzaru, C. (2012). The Role of Skills Development in the Local Labour Market, in Larsen, C., Hasberg, R., Schmid, A., Atin, E., Brzozowski, J (eds) Skills Monitoring in European Regions and Localities. Munchen, Mering, pp. 105-114.

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Rosalina Pisco Costa, Carlos Vieira and Isabel Vieira

performance in higher education. Spatial Economic Analysis . Published online: 29 Sep 2017. DOI: 10.1080/17421772.2017.1369146 Wall, K. and Amâncio, L. (2007). Família e Género em Portugal e na Europa . Imprensa de Ciências Sociais, Lisboa, Portugal. Wiborg, A. (2004). Place, nature and migration: students’ attachment to their rural home places. Sociologia Ruralis 44 (4), 416-432. DOI: 10.1111/j.1467-9523.2004.00284.x Wilcox, P., Winn, S. and Fyvie-Gauld, M. (2005). ‘It was nothing to do with the university, it was just the people’: the role of social