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Keeping them in their place

Subtitle:
The ambivalent relationship between migration and development in Africa
Abstract:

Migration has moved to the centre stage of development policy after decades of waiting in the wings. For most of the last sixty years, migration has been portrayed in development circles in largely negative terms and identified as one of the problems that development aims to address in Africa. Suddenly in the last five years, the potential positive role of migration in the development process has been recognised - in particular the contribution of migrants through remittances, skills transfer...

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Social Sciences Division - Queen Elizabeth House,Department of International Development
Publisher:
International Migration Institute Publisher's website
Series:
IMI Working Papers
Publication date:
2007
URN:
uuid:dc4ded24-2d82-4cf1-9101-3258852accf2
Local pid:
ora:5356

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