3 edition of Economic Development and Migration in Southern Europe and the Maghreb (Conference Proceedings) found in the catalog.
January 25, 1996
by RAND Corporation
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||320|
Maghreb countries are also physically constrained to look southern Europe for trade, migration opportunities, and political recognition, as the rest of ‘Africa remains isolated from North African affairs by the geographic barrier of the Sahara desert.’15 This geographical condition renders these countries heavily dependent on the west. Both historically and still today, migration is driven by economics. One of Ravenstein’s famous laws of migration went simply thus: ‘The major causes of migration are economic’. 1 Whilst it is true, in this late-modern era, that people migrate for a greater diversity of reasons, including education, lifestyle, love, or a warmer climate, the primacy of “economic migration” remains Cited by: 4.
MIREM stands for MIgration de REtour au Maghreb. This collective research programme was launched in December and ended in December Today, MIREM and its deliverables (publications, statistics and field surveys on return migrants, conferences and seminars) are part of the RDP. A study on the Dynamics of. Arab Expatriate Communities: The Participation of Migrant Women in the Socio-economic Development Scene in Two Maghreb Coun- Et-Tayeb explores historical trends in Maghrebi female migration to southern Europe, as well as their par-.
This report reviews the status of Maghreb countries' economic integration with the world, with the Arab world, and within the Maghreb itself. It focuses on trade in goods and services, labor and capital flows, financial integration and cross-border infrastructure integration. It discusses the. rural areas of southern Europe, whole districts of which became depopulated. Local and inter-regional rural-urban migration within Southern European countries, from the South to the North of Italy for example, reinforced migration abroad. Centuries-old systems of agriculture, with their carefully nurtured cropping patterns, terraces and.
Atlantic Canada Road Atlas (Maparts Provincial Atlas)
Modern clerical practice
Cattle shed & auction barn
The sham-robbery, committed by Elijah Putnam Goodridge, on his own person, in Newbury, near Essex bridge, Dec. 19, 1816
Saffell families USA, 1732-1978
A church covenant
Basalt: Colorado Midland town
Truth and faith in ethics
Get this from a library. Employment, economic development, and migration in Southern Europe and the Maghreb. [John Van Oudenaren; Luso-American Development Foundation.; Fundación Banco Bilbao Vizcaya.; European-American Center for Policy Analysis.; Greater Middle East Studies Center (Rand Corporation);] -- These proceedings summarize the results of a conference held in Lisbon in April Title: Employment, Economic Development and Migration in Southern Europe and the Maghreb Author: John Van Oudenaren Subject: These proceedings summarize the results of a conference held in Lisbon in April dealing with the themes of employment, economic development, and migration in Southern Europe and the Maghreb.
King, R. and Konjhodzic, I. () ‘Labour, employment and migration in Southern Europe’ in van Oudenaren, J. (ed.) Employment, Economic Development and Migration in Southern Europe and the Maghreb. Santa Monica: RAND, pp. 7– Google ScholarCited by: Southern Europe is close to other regions where the pressure to emigrate is intense: these regions have a high level of unemployment, above the European Union average, and a large informal sector, often per cent of their economies as a whole.
This book analyses the southern European migration case using an economic by: Coming at a time of increasing migration from other parts of the African continent to the Maghreb, a proportion of which continues as transit migration to Europe, these countries have put Author: Philippe Fargues.
Economic integration in the Maghreb (English) Abstract. This report reviews the status of Maghreb countries' economic integration with the world, with the Arab world, and within the Maghreb itself. It focuses on trade in goods and services, labor and capital Cited by: As Europe struggles to control immigration, the EU's southern flank is perceived as the weak flank of 'Fortress Europe'.
This book examines the many facets of Southern Europe's new immigration: the diverse roles played by immigrants in the labour market, issues of social exclusion and wider strategic concerns of security and geopolitics. With its focus on the interaction between international migration and economic development in origin countries, this contribution diverges from much earlier work Robert E.
Lucas, is a major participant in this field of study, and he has drawn together a number of outstanding articles.4/5(1). The purpose of this chapter is to assess the relevance and feasibility of the free trade alternative to trans-Mediterranean migration.
Such a policy, widely promoted by the European Union, and especially by the Southern EU countries which feel themselves most affected by both the real and the perceived migrations from North Africa, is seen as a vehicle to increase economic integration between Cited by: 6.
6 Middle East Institute Viewpoints: Migration and the Maghreb • T he nine essays gathered in this volume cover a wide range of migration issues related to the Maghreb countries: the intensification and diversification of migration from the Maghreb to File Size: 1MB.
unpropitious economic environment in the region and in Europe, the. growth performanceof the. Maghreb countries has suffered since (see Charts 1a and 1b).GDP growth in the Maghreb has averaged only % in (using projections - for ), compared to nearly 5% in the 6 years before the global financial crisis ().
one of the main objectives is aimed at eventual economic development of the developing Southern Mediterranean with the assistance of the developed European Union (EU).
Since its launch inEU-Mediterranean relationship has unquestionably improved. Despite so, economic growth in the Southern Mediterranean has remained unimpressive. Migration from the Maghreb and migration pressures: current situation and future prospects Donatella Giubilaro.
The impact of international migration on social and economic development in Moroccan sending regions: a review of the empirical literature Hein de Haas The IMI does not have a view as an Institute and does not aim to present one. The views expressed in this document are only those of its independent author.
Southern Europe – Economy; The Mediterranean has four very different heterogeneous economies: the relatively high cost EU countries, including prolonged crisis transition countries located in Southeast Europe and Cyprus, the Arab countries of West Asia and the developing countries of North Africa.
© The International bank of Reconstruction and Development/The World Bank H Street, NW Washington DC Telephone: the bulk of the Maghreb’s trade is with Europe. The level of intra-Maghreb IN THE MAGHREB.
WORLD BANK. Size: 1MB. When it comes to migration and economic relationships, in the Southern shore of the Mediterranean Basin is possible to draw a demarcation line between those countries that are highly dependent on Author: Andrea Gallina. Maghreb has the lowest labor-force participation rate in the world.6 Ac-cording to UN reports, most Maghreb countries except Tunisia have low levels of human development, in large part due to the low quality of education systems.
Enterprising young men and. Economic relations between China and Maghreb countries Thierry Pairault Relations between China and African countries are becoming better known, even if Sub-Saharan Africa is more often focused on than the Maghreb region.
The organization of Author: Thierry Pairault. Since the s, the main source countries of migration from Africa to Europe have been Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, resulting in large diasporas with origins in these countries by the end of the 20th the period following the oil crisis, immigration controls in European states were effect of this was not to reduce migration from North Africa but rather to.
INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REGIMES AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT * Robert E. B. Lucas A. THE CONTEXT International migration is attracting .Second, emigration from the Maghreb, both legal and irregular, helps to buttress stability in the region. Migration offers an economic lifeline to populations that the region's governments either.The Maghreb Economic Forum (MEF) is a non-governmental non-political, independent and fundamentally Maghreb, founded in It acts as a think tank with the aim of realization of projects on the ground showing that regional integration is often effective and fruitful.