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The work of strangers : a survey of international labour migration

The work of strangers : a survey of international labour migration

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Stalker, Peter.
Corporate Author
ILO.
Title Statement
The work of strangers : a survey of international labour migration / Peter Stalker.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Geneva :   International Labour Office,   1994.  
Physical Medium
xii, 327 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
ISBN
922108521X :
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Alien labor. Emigration and immigration.
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110 2 ▼a ILO.
245 1 4 ▼a The work of strangers : ▼b a survey of international labour migration / ▼c Peter Stalker.
260 ▼a Geneva : ▼b International Labour Office, ▼c 1994.
300 ▼a xii, 327 p. : ▼b ill., maps ; ▼c 24 cm.
504 ▼a Includes bibliographical references and index.
650 0 ▼a Alien labor.
650 0 ▼a Emigration and immigration.
700 1 ▼a Stalker, Peter.
710 2 ▼a International Labour Office.

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Contents information

Table of Contents


CONTENTS
Foreword = ⅴ
Part I: The global picture
 1. A shifting landscape = 3
 2. Ancient paths = 9
  The slave trade = 9
  Indentured labour = 11
  Mass emigration from Europe = 13
  European migration after the Second World War = 16
  Postwar migration to the traditional countries of settlement = 18
  Other major postwar population movements = 19
 3. Why people move = 2l
  Disparities between rich and poor countries = 23
  Population imbalances = 24
  Development disruption = 26
  Links between sending and receiving countries = 29
  Mass communications = 30
  Family strategies = 33
  The migrant network = 34
  Recruitment = 35
  Professionals on the move = 36
 4. Costs and benefits = 41
  The population effect = 41
  Immigrant educational and skill levels = 48
  Employment and unemployment = 51
  Costs to public services and welfare payments = 56
  Capital transfer = 57
 5. Nations, citizens and immigrants = 61
  Citizenship = 63
  Naturalization = 65
  The rights of immigrants = 67
 6. Living together = 71
  Integration - assimilation and multiculturalism = 72
  Race = 75
  Religion = 80
  Language = 82
  Education = 86
  Settlement and housing = 89
 7. Working together = 95
  Occupations = 95
  Earnings = 98
  Recruitment = 99
  Training and promotion = 100
  Recognition of qualifications = 101
  Dismissal and unemployment = 101
  Youth = 103
  Women = 106
  Immigrant entrepreneurs = 110
 8. The country left behind = 115
  Employment = 115
  The brain drain = 118
  Remittances = 122
  Women = 129
  Social structure = 131
 9. Defending the borders = 137
  National mythology and racial exclusion = 138
  Economic influences = 141
  Refugees = 143
  Illegal immigrants = 146
 10. Reducing the pressure = 155
  International trade = 156
  Foreign direct investment = 159
  The aid alternative = 162
Part II: Country experience
 11. The main countries of settlement: The United States, Canada and Australia = 169
  The United States = 169
  Canada = 176
  Australia = 181
 12. Western Europe = 189
  Germany = 193
  France = 194
  The United Kingdom = 196
  Switzerland = 199
  Belgium = 200
  The Netherlands = 202
  Italy = 204
  Spain = 206
 13. Eastern Europe and the republics of the former Soviet Union = 211
  The potential flows = 211
  Republics of the former Soviet Union = 213
  Poland = 218
  Other countries of Eastern Europe = 219
 14. Latin America and the Caribbean = 221
  Argentina = 224
  Brazil = 225
  Venezuela = 227
  Central America = 229
  The Caribbean = 229
 15. Sub-Saharan Africa = 231
  West Africa = 234
  Central Africa = 235
  East Africa = 235
  Southern Africa = 236
 16. The Gulf States = 239
  Phases of immigration = 239
  Sources of labour = 242
  Contracts and working conditions = 243
 17. Asia = 247
  Japan = 248
  Singapore = 255
  Hong Kong = 257
  Taiwan (China) = 260
  Republic of Korea = 262
  Malaysia = 265
  Flows of skilled workers = 268
Appendix: The global economic migration table = 271
Bibliography = 283
Index = 299


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