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IOM: Migration and Development Buzz? Rethinking the Migration Development Nexus and Policies, 2012

McLoughlin et al.: Temporary and circular migration, 2011

Bakewell, O.: Migration and Development. A Briefing Note, 2008

Bauböck, R.: Ties across Borders: the Growing Salience of Transnationalism and Diaspora Politics, 2008

Brubaker, R.: The 'Diaspora' Diaspora, 2008

Castles, S.: Development and Migration - Migration and Development: What Comes First? 2008

Chappell, L./Laczko, F.: What Are We Really Achieving? Building an Evaluation Culture in Migration and Development, 2011

Faist, T.: Migrants as Transnational Development Agents: an Inquiry into the Newest Round of the Migration-Development Nexus, 2008

Gamlen, A.: Why Engage Diasporas? 2008

Garg, A./Barajas, A./Chami, R./Fullenkamp, C.: The Global Financial Crisis and Workers' Remittances to Africa: What's the Damage, 2010

Haas, H. de: Development Drivers of International Migration, 2010

Haas, H. de: Migration and Development: a Theoretical Perspective, 2010

Hayes B./Bunyan, T.: Migration, Development and the EU Security Agenda, 2008

Hönekopp, E./Mattila, H.: Permanent or Circular Migration? Policy Choices to Address Demographic Decline and Labour Shortages in Europe, 2008

IMI: Migration and Development, New perspectives on the Mexico-US and Morocco-EU Comparison, 2010

Newland, K./Hiroyuki, T.: Mobilizing Diaspora Entrepreneurship for Development, 2010

Newland, K.: Migration and Development Policy: What Have We Learned? 2011

Smith, L. / Naerssen, T. van: Migrants: Suitable brokers of Development? 2009

Terrazas, A.: Connected Through Service: Diaspora Volunteers and Global Development, 2010

Tomei, G.: Cultural and Symbolic Dimensions of the Migration-Development Nexus. The Salience of Community, 2011

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