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Welfare State and Labor Mobility: The Impact of Bismarck's Social Legislation on German Emigration before World War I
The rapid decline of German emigration before World War I constitutes a puzzle that traditional explanations have difficulty in solving. The article shows that the social legislation implemented byExpand
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¿POR QUÉ EMIGRAN LOS COLOMBIANOS? UN ANÁLISIS DEPARTAMENTAL BASADO EN EL CENSO DE 2005
El Censo de 2005 ofrece, por vez primera, informacion detallada de los flujos migratorios colombianos. Este articulo analiza la informacion de los colombianos en el exterior y examina las principalesExpand
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Tackling the policy challenges of migration : regulation, integration, development
This book contributes to the current debate on migration policy, focusing on three main elements in the standard migration policy dialogue: the regulation of flows, the integration of immigrants andExpand
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A Fantastic Rain of Gold: European Migrants’ Remittances and Balance of Payments Adjustment During the Gold Standard Period
While the pre-1914 mass migrations have been widely studied, the related pattern of emigrants’ remittances is still largely untouched. This paper aims at filling this gap by analyzing theExpand
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Unexpected Effects of the Washington Consensus: Trade Liberalization and Migration Flows in Latin America
The traditional theory of international trade assumes that there is a substitution relationship between international trade and migration flows. However, trade liberalization in Latin America hasExpand
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Labour Immobility and Exchange-Rate Regimes:An Alternative Explanation for the Fall of the Interwar Gold Exchange Standard
Beyond the respective functioning of the classical gold standard and the interwar gold exchange standard, one of the main differences between both periods lay on the degree of labor mobility. WhileExpand
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Causes and implications of the current mass emigration process in Latin America
Since the mid-1970s, most Latin American countries have become net exporters of labour and this trend has accelerated over the past decade. Wide differences in income with industrialised countries, aExpand
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Tackling the Policy Challenges of Migration
This book contributes to the current debate on migration policy, focusing on three main elements in the standard migration policy dialogue: the regulation of flows, the integration of immigrants andExpand
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Economic Crisis and Global Supply Chains
Much attention has been paid to the sharp fall in world trade associated with the economic crisis during the last quarter of 2008 and the first quarter of 2009. Alarming forecasts have been publishedExpand
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