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Work and Migration: Case studies from Around the World

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Work and Migration: Case studies from Around the World | Edited by Fethiye Tilbe and Elli Heikkilä | Published: 19 November 2021 [Migration Series: 37] | Paperback: ISBN: 978-1-80135-089-1 – Buy at Amazon | Buy at Lulu | Buy at Talebe.com | Digital: ISBN: 978-1-80135-090-7 – Read Kindle version | Read on GooglePlay | Read on CEEOL | Read on Talebe.com

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work and migration

Work and Migration: Case studies from Around the World

Edited by Fethiye Tilbe and Elli Heikkilä

Published: 19 November 2021 [Migration Series: 37]

Paperback: ISBN: 978-1-80135-089-1  Buy at Amazon | Buy at Lulu | Buy at Talebe.com 
Digital: ISBN: 978-1-80135-090-7  Read Kindle version | Read on GooglePlay | Read on CEEOL | Read on Talebe.com

The purpose of this edited book is to look at work and migration from multiple viewpoints and illuminate challenges faced by immigrants in the labour markets around the world. It takes an approach that listens to the voices of different migrant groups in different countries, based mostly on qualitative research. In addition to the main themes of discussion centred on labour markets, this book also makes reference to a wide range of discussion topics which often intersect with employment, labour markets and the work experience of migrants. These include themes such as migrant integration, remittance transfers, relations established and maintained with home countries, legal and institutional arrangements and policy making processes in the host countries, through the concepts of employment and work. The chapters highlight immigrants’ experiences both theoretically and empirically in the contributions around the world.

“This book, which includes the experiences of specific groups like qualified, unskilled, and female migrants, makes reference to a wide range of discussion topics such as migrant integration, remittance transfers, relations established and maintained with home countries, legal and institutional arrangements and policy making processes in the host countries, through the concepts of employment and work.

 

Contents

  • INTRODUCTION – Elli Heikkilä and Fethiye Tilbe
  • LABOUR MARKET PARTICIPATION OF IMMIGRANTS AND CHALLENGES IN FINLAND – Elli Heikkilä
  • FORCED MIGRANT’S SENSE OF PLACE: THE CASE OF SYRIAN REFUGEE-WORKERS IN ISTANBUL, TURKEY – Basem Mahmud
  • SYRIAN REFUGEE ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND DIFFERENTIATED INTEGRATION IN THE DISTRICTS OF HATAY, TURKEY – Olgu Karan
  • ETHIOPIAN-ISRAELI WOMEN IN ACADEMIA: A GENDER EQUALITY PLAN, IN THE FRAMEWORK OF THE CHANGE PROJECT – Adi Binhas and Hana Himi
  • WORK LIVES OF SKILLED FEMALE IMMIGRANTS IN THE UNITED STATES – Harika Suklun
  • HUMAN CAPITAL DEVELOPMENT AND SKILLED IMMIGRANTS LABOUR MARKET EXPERIENCES IN SOUTH AFRICA: AN OVERVIEW – Sikanyiso Masuku and Sizo Nkala
  • IMMIGRANTS IN SKILLED OCCUPATIONS IN BRAZIL: ASSESSING THE FACTORS IMPACTING WAGES – Renan Gadoni Canaan
  • CONTRACTUAL OBLIGATION, INDIVIDUAL AUTONOMY, AND SANCTION IN TARGETING BENEFITS FOR THIRD-COUNTRY NATIONALS’ WORK PROMOTION IN AUSTRIA, FINLAND, AND CZECH REPUBLIC – Eddy Bruno Esien
  • CONTRIBUTORS TO THE IMPROVEMENT OF EMPLOYER-EMPLOYEE RELATIONSHIPS: THE CASE OF THAI MIGRANTS IN ISRAEL – Parkpoom Kuanvinit
  • THE “UNSEEN” IN MIGRATION AND REMITTANCES: THE CASE OF SOUTH ASIAN MIGRANT WORKERS IN CAMERON HIGHLANDS, MALAYSIA – Prakash Arunasalam and Thirunaukarasu Subramaniam

CREDITS:

Cover Design: Nihal Yazgan

Cover Photo by Marliese Streefland on Unsplash.com

Product Details:

Migration Series: 37
Paperback: ISBN: 978-1-80135-089-1
Digital: ISBN: 978-1-80135-090-7
Publisher: Transnational Press London
Published: 19 November 2021
Language: English
Pages: 177
Binding: Perfect-bound Paperback
Interior Ink: Black & white
Weight (approx.): 0.35 kg
Dimensions (approx.): 15.2cm wide x 22.9cm tall

Additional information

Weight 0.35 kg
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Print

Binding

Paperback, Hardcover

Interior Ink

Black and White

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