M4D Library


The repository collected over more than six years represents a joint effort of the M4D Net Facilitation Team and the M4D Net members to make available to the wider community the latest findings in the field of migration and development with a view to filling potential knowledge gaps and move the migration and development agenda forward through evidence-based research.

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Wednesday, February 17, 2016 - 15:35
This study, published by IOM and produced within the Research and Policy Dialogue Initiative on Migration and Remittances in Ukraine project, presents a broad view on migration and remittances in Ukraine. "The main objective of the research is [...] to provide accurate estimates of the number of international migrant workers (short-term and long-term), returned migrant workers, potential migrant workers, and international migrant workers, as well as overall volumes of migrant worker remittances, savings and investment. Last, but not least important, the study aims to assess the impact of...
Monday, February 21, 2011 - 11:30
Migration, Mobility and Human Rights at the Eastern Border of the European Union - Space of Freedom and Mobility Editors: Grigore Silasi and Ovidiu Laurian Simina Editura Universitatii de Vest, Timisoara (Romania) 2008 ISBN 978-973-125-167-7 This edited collection of migration papers would like to emphasise the acute need for migration related study and research in Romania. At this time, migration and mobility are studied as minor subjects in Economics, Sociology, Political Sciences and European Studies only (mostly at post-graduate level). We consider that Romanian universities need more '...
Thursday, August 12, 2010 - 10:44
Diasporas play an increasingly prominent role in discussions on foreign assistance and development policy. Governments of migrant-sending countries are working to attract both the talents and resources of emigrants and their descendants while governments of aid-sending countries hope to improve the outcomes of development assistance by engaging the talents and expertise of diasporas. Independently of governments, many diaspora groups or individuals recognize profitable opportunities in their homelands, or contribute their time, talents, and resources to improving the quality of life there....
Wednesday, October 28, 2009 - 09:21
The theme of this report is international remittances and migration, their economic consequences, and how policies can increase their role in reducing poverty. International migration can generate substantial welfare gains for migrants and their families and for the countries involved (countries of origin and destination). The money that migrants send home, remittances, is an important source of extra income for migrants