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Regional synergies of migration, human rights, trade, investment and knowledge transfer to maximize development in countries of origin of the migrants

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  • Losada, Rosa Maria

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The aim of this paper is to explore how to raise the synergies of migration, human rights, trade, investment and knowledge transfer to maximize development in countries of origin of the migrants. To reach a deeper understanding of the inter-governmental coherence this paper will additionally examine the level of coherence between free trade and related agreements (such as Regional trade agreement) and Migration agreements as well as certain migration partnership agreements in certain regions: 1.in the context of the EU between Spain and France as well as Switzerland with certain African countries and; 2. in the context of NAFTA (Mexico –USA/Canada).

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  • Losada, Rosa Maria, 2014. "Regional synergies of migration, human rights, trade, investment and knowledge transfer to maximize development in countries of origin of the migrants," Papers 826, World Trade Institute.
  • Handle: RePEc:wti:papers:826
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