Migrāre - Red Temática Migraciones y Movilidades

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Social Transformation and Migration National and Local Experiences in South Korea, Turkey, Mexico and Australia

This book examines theories and specific experiences of international migration and social transformation, with special reference to the effects of neo-liberal globalization on four societies with vastly different historical and cultural characteristics: South Korea, Australia, Turkey and Mexico.

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Knowledge nomads why science needs migration

The debate about highly skilled migration can be traced back over many decades. But fears about ‘brain drain’ are being challenged by the idea that people flow can be good for global science and innovation. In this pamphlet we identify a new, global breed of scientist: the ‘knowledge nomad’, exploring who they are, what motivates them and why their movement around the world is so important.

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The International Mobility of Talent Types, Causes, and Development Impact

Entrepreneurs, technical experts, professionals, international students, writers, and artists are among the most highly mobile people in the global economy today. These talented elite often originate from developing countries and migrate to industrial economies.

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International Migration, Remittances, and the Brain Drain : A Study of 24 Labor-Exporting Countries

While the level of international migration and remittances continues to grow, data on international migration remains unreliable. At the international level, there is no consistent set of statistics on the number or skill characteristics of international migrants. At the national level, most labor-exporting countries do not collect data on their migrants.

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International Migration, Remittances, and the Brain Drain

Knowledge of the economic effects of migration, especially its impact on economic development, is rather limited. In order to expand knowledge on migration, and identify policies and reforms that would lead to superior development outcomes, this volume presents the results of a first set of studies carried out on the subject.

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Immigration Policies and the Global Competition for Talent

This book examines the variation in high-skilled immigration policies in OECD countries. These countries face economic and social pressures from slowing productivity, ageing populations and pressing labour shortages. To address these inter-related challenges, the potential of the global labour market needs to be harnessed.

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Wanted and Welcome? Policies for Highly Skilled Immigrants in Comparative Perspective

This book considers the origins, performance and diffusion of national immigration policies targeting highly skilled immigrants. Unlike asylum seekers and immigrants admitted under family reunification streams, highly skilled immigrants are typically cast as “wanted and welcome” as a consequence of their potential economic contribution to the receiving society and putative assimilability.

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Diaspora Networks and the International Migration of Skills : How Countries Can Draw on their Talent Abroad

Network diasporas are but the latest bridge connecting developing economy insiders, with their risk-mitigating knowledge and connections, to outsiders in command of technical know-how and investment capital. This book examines the interaction of expatriate talent with institutions in expatriates’ countries of origin in an attempt to make the potential of diasporas and their knowledge a reality.

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Migrants out of need: The case of the Senegalese in northern Rio Grande do Sul

This text discusses the situation of the Senegalese who live in the town of Erechim, state of Rio Grande do Sul, and who became migrants for work-related reasons. The adversities experienced in their country of origin, when traveling and in their new social milieu get mixed with the hope for a better life. After locating the phenomenon of migration in the context of neoliberal globalization, the text highlights aspects of Senegalese identity.

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Informe 2016 “Migrantes en México: recorriendo un camino de violencia “

Entre el 1 de enero y el 31 de diciembre del pasado año registró el testimonio de 34.234 personas, de las cuales 5.239 declararon haber sido víctimas o testigos de la comisión de algún delito o violación a los derechos humanos en su transito por México. Los delitos más denunciados fueron robos, agresiones físicas y extorsiones, que fueron cometidos en su mayoría por bandas criminales y agentes del Estado. A su vez, las entidades federativas donde más delitos se cometieron en contra de las personas migrantes fueron Chiapas, Oaxaca y Veracruz.

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Transnational Scientific Mobility. Perspectives from the North and the South.

El libro Transnational Scientific Mobility: Perspectives from the North and the South expresa el renovado interés que los intercambios de científicos y sus rutas multipolares de migración generan hoy día. En efecto, la cuestión no es nueva, como lo demuestran los numerosos estudios disponibles sobre la circulación internacional de los saberes y de sus portadores, pero ha resurgido, con fuerza, en la agenda global de la investigación educativa en la pasada década.

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Extranjeros en la Nación. Una exploración por los proyectos de ley sobre voto de los extranjeros en las elecciones presidenciales de Argentina (1984-2012)

Sandra Gil Araujo hace parte de la Red Migrare, compartimos un artículo reciente de su autoría titulado “Extranjeros en la Nación. Una exploración por los proyectos de ley sobre voto de los extranjeros en las elecciones presidenciales de Argentina (1984-2012)”. Hace una revisión de los proyectos de ley presentados, pero nunca debatidos, entre 1984 y 2012, y destinados a ampliar el derecho de voto de la población extranjera en las elecciones nacionales argentinas. Enfoca su análisis en los requisitos para otorgar el derecho al voto a los extranjeros  y en los argumentos que justifican esta ampliación de derechos políticos.

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De la migración interna a la migración internacional en México. Apuntes sobre la formación de un campo de estudio.

Artículo de Liliana Rivera Sánchez quien es miembro del Comité Técnico Académico de la Red Migrare. La autora, hace una presentación general de México en torno a algunos aportes de los estudios sobre la migración interna al campo de investigación de migraciones internacionales. De manera selectiva se analizan estudios que contribuyeron a explicar la construcción y el mantenimiento de los vínculos sociales entre migrantes y sus familiares.

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