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Connecting with Emigrants
A Global Profile of Diasporas
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  01 nov 2012
Pages: 380 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264177932 , Code OCDE: 812012081P1
Prix:   €96 | $134 | £86 | ¥12400 | MXN1720 , Frais de livraison inclus
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The potential of diasporas as a source of economic and social development in origin countries and whether diasporas could help foster development depend on their characteristics, such as size, composition, skill levels and degree of concentration, but also on the degree of integration into the destination countries and the economic, political and social environment in origin countries. Governments of origin and destination countries can indeed facilitate the involvement of diasporas, by supporting networks, by facilitating communication channels with the country of origin, by creating an enabling environment, or – more directly – by easing skill mobility and use. In this regard, the capacity to characterise the profile of diasporas is instrumental.

This joint OECD/AFD publication includes 140 country notes summarising diaspora sizes, including the number of children of migrants born in the destination countries; the characteristics of emigrant populations (gender, age, education, labour market outcomes); the numbers and main destinations of international students; recent migrant flows to OECD countries; and information on the desire to emigrate of different population groups. The country note information is grouped into six regions: Asia and Oceania; Latin America and the Caribbean; OECD countries; Non-OECD Europe and Central Asia; Middle East and North Africa; and Sub-Saharan Africa. The situation in each region is introduced by a separate chapter, which looks at historical migration trends, the main characteristics of diasporas originating from the region, and likely future developments and challenges.


Tables des matières:

Acronyms and abbreviations.
Chapter 1. Diasporas – Definition, Data and Dynamics
1. A profile of today’s diasporas
2. Diasporas as carriers of substantial financial and human resources
3. Looking forward: the profile of prospective migrants
4. Conclusion
Chapter 2. Asia and Oceania
1. Historical migration patterns
2. Current profile of emigrant populations
3. Future trends and challenges
Country Notes
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Afghanistan
-Bangladesh
-Cambodia
-China
-Fiji
-India
-Indonesia
-Laos
-Malaysia
-Myanmar
-Nepal
-Pakistan
-Papua New Guinea
-Philippines
-Singapore
-Sri Lanka
-Thailand
-Tonga
-Viet Nam
Chapter 3. Latin America and the Caribbean
1. Historical migration patterns
2. Current profiles of emigrant populations
3. Future trends and challenges
Country Notes
-
Argentina
-Barbados
-Belize
-Bolivia
-Brazil
-Colombia.
-Costa Rica
-Cuba
-Dominican Republic
-Ecuador
-El Salvador
-Guatemala
-Haiti
-Honduras
-Jamaica
-Nicaragua
-Panama
-Paraguay
-Peru
-Trinidad and Tobago
-Uruguay
-Venezuela
Chapter 4. OECD Countries
1. Historical migration patterns
2. Current profile of emigrant populations
3. Future trends and challenges
Country Notes
-
Australia
-Austria
-Belgium
-Canada
-Chile
-Czech Republic.
-Denmark
-Estonia
-Finland
-France
-Germany
-Greece
-Hungary
-Iceland
-Ireland
-Israel
-Italy
-Japan
-Korea
-Luxembourg
-Mexico
-Netherlands
-New Zealand
-Norway
-Poland
-Portugal
-Slovak Republic
-Slovenia
-Spain
-Sweden
-Switzerland
-Turkey
-United Kingdom
-United States
Chapter 5. Non-OECD Europe and Central Asia
1. Historical migration patterns
2. Current profiles of emigrant populations
3. Future trends and challenges
Country Notes
-
Albania
-Armenia
-Bulgaria
-Croatia
-Kazakhstan
-Kyrgyzstan
-Latvia
-Lithuania
-Moldova
-Romania
-Russian Federation
-Serbia
-Tajikistan
-Ukraine
Chapter 6. Middle East and North Africa
1. Historical migration patterns
2. Current profiles of emigrant populations
3. Future trends and challenges
Country Notes
-
Algeria
-Bahrain
-Egypt
-Iran
-Iraq
-Jordan
-Kuwait
-Lebanon
-Libya
-Morocco
-Qatar
-Saudi Arabia
-Sudan
-Syria
-Tunisia
-United Arab Emirates
-Yemen
Chapter 7. Sub-Saharan Africa
1. Historical migration patterns
2. Current profile of emigrant populations
3. Future trends and challenges
Country Notes
-
Benin
-Botswana
-Burkina Faso
-Burundi
-Cameroon
-Chad
-Congo
-Côte d'Ivoire
-Democratic Republic of the Congo
-Eritrea
-Ethiopia
-Gabon
-Gambia
-Ghana
-Guinea
-Kenya
-Liberia
-Madagascar
-Malawi
-Mali
-Mauritius
-Mozambique
-Namibia
-Niger
-Nigeria
-Rwanda
-Senegal
-Sierra Leone
-South Africa
-Togo
-Uganda
-Tanzania
-Zambia
-Zimbabwe
Annex A. Data sources and definitions
Annex B.
Emigrant population: Persons born in the former USSR and in the former Yugoslavia
Annex C.
Expatriation rates for nurses and doctors, circa 2000
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