Questions related to International Migration
Following Migration types needs to analyse
4) International Migration
D-2: MIGRANTS CLASSIFIED BY PLACE OF LAST RESIDENCE, SEX AND DURATION OF RESIDENCE IN THE PLACE OF ENUMERATION - CENSUS, 2011
following file conatins in the data like
1) Last residence within India
2) Within the state of enumeration but outside the place of enumeration
3) Elsewhere in the district of enumeration
4) In other districts of the state of enumeration
5) States in India beyond the state of enumeration
On the basis of above mentioned data catagories how to cacluate diffternt types of migration ?
ILO (2020) warns there will be a significant loss in labor income in the range of USD 860 billion to USD 3.4 trillion. World Bank (2020) predicts that economic growth is expected to fall to a range between 1.5 % and 2.8 % in the fiscal year 2020 because of a reduction in the inflow of remittances. Many developing countries have been dependent on it as it contributes around 25 % to the national GDP. Many migrant workers will return home and chances of jobless will be increased. What will be its consequences on the national and international economy? What will be the alternates of it?
Most of the theories of migration are sociological, economic and geographical in nature though an unifying approach can also be made in doing research in the context of International Migration.The theories that have been developed so far are applied in International Migration. So can any theory/theories be applied for internal migration: more specifically seasonal migration?
For my Qualitative Research on the analysis and comparison of migrant women's career paths in the context of the Basque Country, I have interviewed an heterogeneous group of women and checked several different migratory experiences, I have also found heterogeneous trajectories. But I could identify some patterns and some typologies.
My question is:
Is correct speaking about "patterns" and "typologies" for a qualitative research? If not. Why I can't regroup similar work/migratory experiencies and paths in typologies and patterns, even if they are not quantitatives and not statistically observed, consequently, they are not representative "typologies" and "patterns".
Finally, how can/define I call these "typologies" and "patterns" in my qualitative analysis?
Thank you very much in advance for you help!
unlike other global policy such as trade,health etc which have multilateral institutions overseeing its affairs.Institutions such as the WTO ,WHO. International migration does not have such body ,why is this so and it is feasible and desirable to have such institution in International migration.
I'm currently researching materials to read for my thesis, the idea is to find a connection between socialisation of migrants and locals in public spaces' contexts to foster their integration.
We are interested in the most relevant references on anti-discrimination measures along the European Union, on EU institutions/agencies/bodies actions to foster human rights protection and on migration policies. Please help!
I was looking the literature but is hard find information about North-South migration flows and the relation with economic growth and FDI in developing countries. For me is important find the theorical framework for explain this kind phenomena in the contemporary globalization context (some case studies can be welcome also). Thanks
I'm especially interested in studies that use administrative data directly recorded in the refugees' camps or centers in the receiving countries.
In fact in most cases, and although on a different scale, the reasons why people migrate and the consequences of such movments, are the same regardless from the spatial context where the movment occur
I am conducting a study on the socio-economic coping and adaptation mechanisms employed by African women migrant in South Africa. I am looking at post apartheid era.
Due to the wave of immigration to Europe that has become more pronounced in recent times, what solutions do you propose for the reception of emigration to Europe ?
Your answer will be greatly appreciated.
Both qualitative and quantitative research articles would be of my interest. If not for Polish, other eastern European migrant groups as Lithuanian, Hungarian, Slovakian and so forth would be welcome. Preferably in Irish and UK context (Western Europe as well).
I am testing for the relationship between growth and migration. What is the best theory to use? Thank you
What are the Migrant International laws that deal with the challenging migration crisis in Europe Presently?
Dear fellow researchers,
Is there any research on the measurement of indicators of trafficking of adults for labor exploitation, as specified by the International Labour Organization (ILO, see link for further info), particularly when it comes to the systematic assessment of these indicators in migrant populations?
Thank you in advance for any help and input,
I am writing a PhD chapter about the workplace encounters between my research participants (Polish migrant women) and the local population in Barcelona. I realise the scarcity of materials about the workplace encounters. I am also interested in how the structure of the workplaces influences everyday interaction at work.
I plan to research into mental health of migrants in a developed country. I am looking to explore the impact of the migration process- from pre migration to settlement phase and how their experiences- usually stressful, might contribute to psychological breakdown. Are there any programmes in the recieveing countries targetted at making the process less traumatic? I am interested in both forced migration and economic/professional migration.
Is there a country that links (today or in the past) its immigration, naturalization or citizenship policy to a certain religious affiliation?
In Israel this connection is obvious, so I wonder whether there are any parallels.
I am doing research on migrants' social mobility in labour market and educational-occupational mismatch in migrants' population. Some of my respondents attain social mobility in labour market by using their "ethnic knowledge" e.g. mother tongue, cultural knowledge of their country of origin, ethnic social networks etc. Can anyone recommend literature, research on that?
Thank you very much in advance.
Migration has rapidly gained momentum in European Union external policy. Aid programmes have been driven primarily to strengthen management patterns and boost the effects of migration on development. However, we know that this nexus is more a cultural and political construction than a well established link.