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Migration, Transnationalism and Development in South-East Europe and the Black Sea Region

Povrzanović, Maja, King, Russell and Vullnetari, Julie (eds.) (2017) Migration, Transnationalism and Development in South-East Europe and the Black Sea Region, Abingdon, GB, Routledge, 188pp.

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The Southeast Europe and Black Sea region presents fertile terrain for examining recent international migration trends. The contributions to this book cover a range of examples, from Ukraine and Moldova in the north, to Greece and Albania in the south. By intersecting the three key concepts of migration, transnationalism and development, they offer new insights based on original empirical research.

A wide range of types of migration can be observed in this region: large-scale emigration in many countries, recent mass immigration in the case of Greece, return migration, internal migration, internal and external forced migration, irregular migration, brain drain etc. These migratory phenomena occur within the context of EU migration policies and EU accession for some countries. Yet within this shifting migration landscape of migrant stocks and flows, the fundamental economic geography of different wealth levels and work opportunities is what drives most migration, now as in the past

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Published date: 1 January 2017
Organisations: Economy, Governance & Culture


Local EPrints ID: 398548
PURE UUID: d41eeb8f-4fd8-4f12-ab6b-96d2f2fb5998

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Date deposited: 29 Jul 2016 08:33
Last modified: 17 Jul 2017 18:30

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Editor: Maja Povrzanović
Editor: Russell King

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