2 edition of cross-border mobility of people :za crossroads of globalization found in the catalog.
cross-border mobility of people :za crossroads of globalization
Written in English
|Statement||by Dessislav Dobrev.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iii, 72 p.|
|Number of Pages||72|
The field of migration studies has approached questions of cross-border mobility management through a predominantly Western European and North American lens (Natter ).This bias is reflected in the division of the field into “migration studies”— primarily focused on economic and labor immigration in the Global North — and “refugee studies” — principally concerned with . conditions”. Globalization has changed the picture of World Economy, by increasing the cross-border trade, exchanges of currency, free flow of Capital, movement of people and flow of information. Globalization has introduced the concept of border-less and integrated world economy. Globalization has given a new thought to the.
Globalization shows influences related to expansion of investments in different countries, international trade development, communication development, etc. Globalization in the economic area refers to interdependence of economies of countries due to increased cross-border flows of products, services, capital, etc. Economic globalization. This is based on a “premise [that] draws on Karl Deutsch’s theory, according to which increased cross-border people mobility is one of the essential conditions for the success of international integration and the formation of a “we-feeling” among different peoples (Deutsch et al., ).
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(), ‘Changing Content of Political Xenophobia in Hungary — Is the Growth of Xenophobia Inevitable?’, in Fullerton, Sik and Toth (eds), Refugees and Migrants: Hungary at the Crossroads Cited by: during which the growth of cross-border activity slowed, raising questions about the future of globalization.
Incross‐border M&A has rebounded – recording its highest half-year volume since the second half of The leading M&A practitioners we interviewed express a consensus view that it will continue to expand over the next decade.
It examines two empirical cases: the cross-border attendance of Huashan Festival celebration for Miao people at the Sino-Vietnamese borderland, and the trans-border mobility. book, Metaphors of Globalization, discusses the politics of knowledge of globaliza- American literary representations of cross-border movement between Canada and the United States.
Her research interests include theories of exile and mobility in North America, nineteenth-century US print culture, Black North American Literature, and. This book examines the relationship between illegal migration and globalization.
Under the pressures of globalizing forces, migration law is transformed into the last bastion of sovereignty. This explains the worldwide crackdown on extra-legal migration and informs the shape this crackdown is by: Migration and transnationalism create transnational individuals who belong to multiple spaces that.
shape their multiple identities. Transnational migration is then def ined as “ a process o f. A key dimension of globalization is a rapid increase in cross‐border flows of all sorts, starting with finance and trade, but also ideas, ideologies, and knowledge about democratic and economic governance, cultural and media products, and people (Castles and Miller, ).
These flows seem to reinforce each other. In conclusion globalization of the ba nking sector has appreciable positive effects on bank productivity, cashier’s work, banking transaction, bank. Migration, Mobility and Human Rights at the Eastern Border of the European Union – Space of Freedom and Security (co-edited with Grigore Silaşi) Timişoara: Editura Universităţii de.
authors, globalisation has bee n fuelled by technological empowerment, cross-border trade, tional agencies to get rid of these ba rriers so () "People Flows in Globalization", The. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
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International financial markets have expanded substantially, and transaction volumes in. Post-War Economic Growth and Free Mobility. Over the past 60 years, Europe has undergone a shift from a region of net emigration to one of net immigration.
During this time, a progressive lessening of restrictions on labor mobility between certain European countries has taken place. In a way, this opening up of borders is a return to the past.
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As this book presents key case studies for human and technological mobility across the eastern Mediterranean in later prehistory, it will be of interest primarily to Mediterranean archaeologists, though also to historians and anthropologists.
American literary representations of cross-border movement between Canada and the United States. Her research interests include theories of exile and mobility in North America, nineteenth-century US print culture, Black North American Literature, and transnational approaches to American and Canadian Studies.
Based on years of in-depth research, this book presents and analyzes how the people of the circumpolar regions conceive, build, memorialize, and live in their dwellings. This book seeks to set a new standard for interdisciplinary work within the humanities and social sciences and includes anthropological work on vernacular architecture.
In that policy sphere, the UK has been an important proponent of cross-border e-commerce, consumer protection, e-identificaton, clearer copyright frameworks, and an open and flexible digital market, regardless of its exit from the EU.
Indeed, there are certain areas where losing the UK’s input would be a great cost to the EU. Classical scholarship on migration has focused predominantly on the two largely distinct phenomena of “immigration” and “emigration,” while more recent developments in transnational studies and the “mobility” turn have led to a stronger emphasis on cross-border movements and flows of people, goods, capital, ideas, and vectors.
Globalisation leads to increases in all kinds of cross‐border flows, including movements of people. In recent years international migrationhas grown in volume, and is now an important factor of social transformation in all regions of the world.
Globalization or globalisation is the process of interaction and integration among people, companies, and governments a complex and multifaceted phenomenon, globalization is considered by some as a form of capitalist expansion which entails the integration of local and national economies into a global, unregulated market economy.Lecturer at a PhD-course, Bergen Summer Research School, the course “Globalization and Gender”.
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