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Who Gets in and Why? The Swedish Experience with Demand Driven Labour Migration – Some Preliminary Results

. Castles, S 2004, ‘Why migration policies fail’, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Vol. 27: no. 2, pp. 205-227, DOI: 10.1080/0141987042000177306 Castles, S & Miller, MJ 2009, The Age of Migration: International Population Movements in the Modern World, 4th edition, Basingstoke and New York: Palgrave Macmillan and Guilford Chaloff, J & Lemaitre, G 2009, Managing Highly-Skilled Labour Migration: A Comparative Analysis of Migration Policies and Challenges in OECD Countries, OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers No.79, OECD Publishing

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“The Most Open System Among OECD Countries” Swedish Regulation of Labour Migration

bill 2007/08:147, Nya regler för arbetskraftsinvandring (New regulation on labour migration). Government bill 2012/13:148, Genomförande av blåkortsdirektivet (Implementation of the Blue Card Directive). Government bill 2013/14:227, Ǟtgärder mot missbruk av reglerna för arbetskraftsinvandring (Measures to counteract abuse of labour immigration regulations). Government Official Report 2006:87, Arbetskraftsinvandring till Sverige - förslag och konsekvenser (Labour migration to Sweden - proposals and consequences). Government Official Report 2011:28, Cirkulär

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Labor Migration in Indonesia and the Health of Children Left Behind

1 Introduction Economic research on labor migration in the developing world has traditionally focused on the role played by the remittances of overseas migrant labor in the sending country’s economy (for a survey of the empirical literature on remittances, see Adams (2011) ). In the last decade, more attention has been paid to migration for work and its effects on the socioeconomic outcomes of sending households, thanks in large part to the increased availability of household survey data from developing countries. This study contributes to this particular

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International Labour Migration. A Present-Day Phenomenon Using the Example of Slovakia

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The term migration encompasses a dynamic and complex process affected by numerous components that at the same time creates numerous relationships and factors. Nowadays, migration is understood as a natural phenomenon that occurs in every state and as a source of cultural diversity or cultural contribution. Migration touches upon a great number of issues in the fields of demography, economy, language, religion, national security and politics.

This study describes international labour migration illustrated with the example of Slovakia as well as the theories that explain the beginnings and continuance of this type of migration. Contemporary migration trends shed light on which countries are presently the most attractive for labour migrants. The part devoted to migration policy attempts to generally define this term. The conclusion of the study is dedicated to the impact of labour migration on both the countries of origin and destination.

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International labour migration in European rural regions - the example of Saarland, Germany

International labour migration in European rural regions - the example of Saarland, Germany

International labour migration is one of the main challenges in the 21st century for rural areas within Europe. So far, rural areas have not been in the focus of research. The project DERREG, financed by EU FP7, has investigated this phenomenon. Qualitative interviews with international labour migrants have been carried out in the rural border area of Merzig-Wadern, Saarland in the South-West of Germany. The results of these interviews on motivation, working situation, professional experience, family background, social networks, future plans, satisfaction and suggestions of improvements regarding the situation of migrants show heterogeneity, in comparison with urban migrants. However, it can be concluded that the international labour migrants are a benefit to communities in rural areas if they are well integrated.

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Global Character of International Labour Migration: Challenges and Objectives for Higher Education in World Context

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Ensuring Freedom of Labor in Ukraine in the Context of Labor Emigration

años del Tratado de Libre Comercio de América del Norte” (Labor migration of the US and Mexico twenty years after the North American Free Trade Agreement). Revista Mexicana de Ciencias Políticas y Sociales Vol. 60 (2015): 279–313 // DOI: 10.1016/S0185-1918(15)30011-8. 4. Chmielewska Iza, Grzegorz Dobroczek, and Adam Panuciak. Obywatele Ukrainy pracujący w Polsce – raport z badania. Badanie zrealizowane w 2017 r. (Citizens of Ukraine working in Poland – study report. The study carried out in 2017). Warszawa: Departament Statystyki NBP, 2018. 5

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The Ambivalent Autonomy of Mobile “Pocăiți” between Vicovu de Sus, Romania and Turin, Italy after 1989

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Regulations for Returning Labour Migrants to Ukraine: International Background and National Limitations

References Abbott, P., Sapsford, R. (2006), Life-Satisfaction in Post-Soviet Russia and Ukraine , “Journal of Happiness Studies”, Vol. 7, Issue 2, pp. 251–287. About External Labour Migration: The Law of Ukraine (5.11.2015 № 761-VIII). URL: http://zakon5.rada.gov.ua (accessed: 17.11.2018). Adams, R. (2011), Evaluating the economic impact of international remittances on developing countries using household surveys: a literature review , “Journal of Development Studies”, Vol. 47, pp. 809–828. Asylum statistics. URL: http

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The ‘Guest-Worker Syndrome’ Revisited?
Migration and employment among Polish workers in Oslo

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