International labour migration and the ASEAN economies
ILO pub. Working paper on the international migration of migrant workers in and out of Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand - covers long term and short term migration, irregular migrants, recruitment, remittances, wages, wage differentials, skills, occupational structure, labour productivity, and employment consequences; discusses social costs to host country, economic implications for home country, and immigration policies. Graphs, references and statistical tables.
|Length:||102 P. pages|
|Date of creation:||1984|
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- Abbasi, Nasreen & Mohammad, Irfan & Gil, Javed Akbar & Ghulam Mustafa, Zahid & Ghulam Mohammad, Arif, 1983.
"Socio-economic effects of international migration on the families left behind,"
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- Griffin, Keith, 1976. "On the emigration of the peasantry," World Development, Elsevier, vol. 4(5), pages 353-361, May.
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