Migration Letters

Migration Letters

Migration Letters  is an international leading scholarly journal for researchers, students, scholars who investigate human migration as well as practitioners and quick dissemination of research in the field through its letter type format enabling concise sharing of short accounts of research, debates, case studies, book reviews and viewpoints in this multidisciplinary field of social sciences.

Migration Letters is indexed and abstracted in International Bibliography of the Social Sciences (IBSS), EBSCO Electronic Journals Service (EJS), ProQuest Sociology, ProQuest Social Sciences, SCOPUS, Index Copernicus, and Research Papers in Economics (RePEc), Cabell's Directory of Psychology & Psychiatry; Cabell's Directory of Educational Curriculum & Methods

 


Vol 14, No 2 (2017)

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Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial PDF
Carla De Tona 187-188

Articles

Diaspora policies and co-development: A Comparison between India, China and Mexico PDF
Camelia Tigau, Amba Pande, Yan Yuan 189-203
Determinants of migration and the gravity model of migration – application on Western Balkan emigration flows PDF
Visar Malaj, Stefano de Rubertis 204-220
Eliciting salient beliefs of engineers in Malaysia on migrating abroad PDF
Balu Ramoo, Chong Yee Lee, Cheng Ming Yu 221-236
Human Capital Theory and Internal Migration: Do Average Outcomes Distort Our View of Migrant Motives? PDF
Martin Korpi, William A.V. Clark 237-250
Explaining the labor market gaps between immigrants and natives in the OECD PDF
Andreas Bergh 251-262
Memory, nostalgia and the creation of “home”: a returnee woman’s journey PDF
Johanna Zulueta 263-272
Multi-professional work practices in the field of immigrant integration – examples of collaboration between the police and social work PDF
Sari Vanhanen, Elli Heikkilä 273-284
Can international migration forecasting be improved? The case of Australia PDF
Tom Wilson 285-299
Gender and youth migration for empowerment: migration trends from Tanzania PDF
Gemma Joan Nifasha Todd, Benjamin Clarke, Millie Marston, Mark Urassa, Jim Todd 300-317

Viewpoints

President Trump and US Migration after 100 Days PDF
Philip L. Martin 319-328


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