GLOBAL. MIGRATION,. ENTREPRENEURSHIP. AND. SOCIETY: SETTING. THE. NEW. RESEARCH. AGENDA. Natalia Vershinina, Peter Rodgers, Mirela Xheneti, Jan Brzozowski and Paul Lassalle Society forms the individuals who create society, ...
Author: Natalia Vershinina
Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing
Category: Business & Economics
Global Migration, Entrepreneurship and Society seeks to develop a much-needed theoretical and policy-related set of writings that can cast light on the workings and complexities of processes of global migration, entrepreneurship and societal integration.
This typology refers to the ways in which different nationalorigin groups insert themselves into the U.S. society as labor migrants , entrepreneurs , or professionals , which are determined by the contexts of exit ( e.g. ...
Category: Electronic journals
Quarterly journal on sociodemographic, economic, historical, political and legislative aspects of human migration and refugee movements. Each issue of IMR presents original articles, research and documentation notes, reports on key legislative developments - both national and international, an extensive bibliography and abstracting service, the International Sociological Association's International Newsletter on Migration, plus a scholarly review of new books in the field. IMR also offers annual special issues. Planned by the Editorial Board in conjunction with guest editors, each of these issues provides an extensive and comprehensive analysis of a single topic of emerging relevance in migration studies.
The project comprised a series of preparatory meetings and workshops with interested stakeholders from government , international organisations , business , foundations and the research community ( see Annex A ) .
Publisher: OECD Publishing
Looking to the year 2030, this volume explores the social, economic and environmental forces which, in OECD countries, may combine to attract migrants of various types and backgrounds, and which, primarily in the developing world, may persuade people to leave or stay at home.
In this book, Fauri and Tedeschi bring together contributions that outline the movement of job seekers and ethnic minority entrepreneurs in Europe, to analyse the overall impact of different forms of migration on European economies in the ...
Author: Francesca Fauri
Category: Business & Economics
In this book, Fauri and Tedeschi bring together contributions that outline the movement of job seekers and ethnic minority entrepreneurs in Europe, to analyse the overall impact of different forms of migration on European economies in the last 100 years. Contributions address a broad range of themes, from the motivations of migrants and the process of their integration into their destination country, to their overall social and economic impact onto said country at a structural level. In addressing questions as to why some ethnic groups seem to compete more successfully in business, as well as addressing questions about how skilled labour can be attracted and retained, this volume forms part of a very important multidisciplinary dialogue on labour migration. The policy implications of answering such questions are also discussed, as contributors ultimately examine whether skills-dependent migration policy needs to form part of a common strategy, either at a national or an international level.
The mainly related topics of this book are: political election, the pre-requirements for the candidates of election, political party management, discipline management, policy portfolio, global governance, global governance structure, the ...
Author: Beizhan Liu
Publisher: Beizhan Liu
Category: Political Science
The mainly related topics of this book are: political election, the pre-requirements for the candidates of election, political party management, discipline management, policy portfolio, global governance, global governance structure, the development of the country form of the United Nations, the relationships between the United Nations and other international entities, management main body, law judgment, legislation, basic human rights and the constitution law, Bentham theory, news media, standardized business valuation framework, city planning, and so on. In this serial book, the innovative concepts I proposed include: the development of the country form of the United Nations, Beizhan global governance thought, Beizhan global governance structure, the United Nations migration management agency, military migration administration department, the global migration wish expression system, the UN migration management tax system, WTO merged with the United Nations, WTO-based UN global tariff management system, unified constituency administration center, international country management policy portfolio system, revised Bentham theory, country management main body and self-management main body, and so on. Such concepts are very meaningful for managing our world more efficiently and changing our world more scientifically.
The global enterprise of berry picking in Sweden is used to demon- dealing with migrants are rarely brought together ... Business & Society , 2003 , 42 , 1 , suality of entrepreneurial socialization ” to the concept of mixed embedMar ...
Author: Leo P. Chall
CSA Sociological Abstracts abstracts and indexes the international literature in sociology and related disciplines in the social and behavioral sciences. The database provides abstracts of journal articles and citations to book reviews drawn from over 1,800+ serials publications, and also provides abstracts of books, book chapters, dissertations, and conference papers.
“ The Emergence of a Transnational Social Formation and the Mirage of Return Migration among Dominican Transmigrants . ” Identities : Global Studies in Cultural and Power 4 : 281-322 . ( 2001 ) . ... Asian Entrepreneurs in Australia .
Immigrant Entrepreneurship in Seven World Cities . Oxford : Berg . Ravenstein , E. G. ( 1885 ) , ' The Laws of Migration ' , Journal of the Royal Statistical Society 48 : 167-277 Richter , R ( 2003 ) , Neue Institutionenkonomik : eine ...
This book brings together the research fields of start-up ecosystems and diaspora entrepreneurship.
Author: Thomas Baron
Category: Business & Economics
This book brings together the research fields of start-up ecosystems and diaspora entrepreneurship. The author interprets the results of semi-structured interviews with four diaspora entrepreneurs and four experts in Berlin, as well as observations from field studies and the analysis of secondary sources. The findings prove impacts of diaspora ventures on the dynamics of the Berlin start-up ecosystem and are applied to a modified version of the ANDE toolkit. Identified domains of the start-up ecosystem Berlin are demonstrated. Berlin is among the top locations of start-up activities world-wide and currently the most dynamic ecosystem globally.
The model presents trafficking as an intermediary system in the global migration business , facilitating movement ... The final output of the system is the insertion of a migrant into some element of the labour market or society of the ...
Author: Reginald Thomas Appleyard
Publisher: Edward Elgar Pub
Category: Social Science
Presents papers given at the conference on "International Migration into the 21st Century" (U. of Western Australia, November/December 1999). Fourteen contributions from international scholars examine different aspects of global migration. The focus is on the impact of changing economic trends on international migration, causes and trends in illegal migration and trafficking, the politics of selection and restriction, the changing determinants of return migration, and refugee migration. A sampling of topics includes economic integration and migration between Mexico and the US, the economics of illegal migration for the host economy, globalization and migration systems in Pacific Asia, the impact of immigration on the aging of Australia's population, and the rise of forced migration in sub-Saharan Africa. c. Book News Inc.