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        Criss-Crossing Migration
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        Criss-Crossing Migration

        ABSTRACT

        The current perspective on the flow of people is almost exclusively focused on permanent migration from poorer to richer countries and on immigration policies in industrial countries. But international mobility of people should no longer be seen as a one-time event or one-way flow from South to North. The economic crisis has accentuated the longer-term shift in location incentives for people in industrial countries. As consumers, they could obtain better and cheaper access to key services—such as care for the elderly, health, and education—whose costs at home are projected to increase in the future, threatening standards of living. As workers, they could benefit from new opportunities created by the s ....read more

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        • TypeReport, Research Paper
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        • Size351 KB
        • LanguageEnglish
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        • Postedalmost 4 years ago
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