Does Migration Lead to Development? Or is it Contributing to a Global Divide?
AbstractThis article aims to show that the benefits of international migration (often presented as a ‘global flow’) very much depend on the positionality of the areas involved, as well as the regional particularities. It is argued that countries producing south-north migration or diasporic states are in a more favorable position to benefit from international migration than countries that are mainly involved in south-south migration. In addition, the opportunity to benefit from international migration very much depends on geographical particularities. For example, international migration in the context of Latin America/USA is in many respects not comparable to what is happening in Africa, Asia, the EU and the Gulf States. Even though international migration is often described in terms of a growing connectedness in the age of globalization, it progresses also hand in hand with new gaps and regional divides. View Full-Text
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Zoomers, A.; Nijenhuis, G. Does Migration Lead to Development? Or is it Contributing to a Global Divide? Societies 2012, 2, 122-138.
Zoomers A, Nijenhuis G. Does Migration Lead to Development? Or is it Contributing to a Global Divide? Societies. 2012; 2(3):122-138.Chicago/Turabian Style
Zoomers, Annelies; Nijenhuis, Gery. 2012. "Does Migration Lead to Development? Or is it Contributing to a Global Divide?" Societies 2, no. 3: 122-138.