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21/12/2017

Briefing 10: Individual and contextual factors of Romanian migrants’ motivation

INTRODUCTION This briefing presents the main results from the analysis of the qualitative data gathered by the Romanian country team under the WP 4 – Lived experiences of migration – of the GEMM project at the end of the year 2016 and the first half of 2017. It focuses on the individual and contextual factors […]

23/11/2017

Briefing 8: Who benefits from host country investments? Evidence of heterogeneous labour market returns to host country investments by migrant motivation

  SETTING THE SCENE “More and more countries place an emphasis on providing tailor-made measures for migrants. Immigrants arrive with different educational backgrounds, experiences, socio-economic profiles and family characteristics… Not one integration programme fits the needs of all… An increasing number of countries have therefore developed targeted integration pathways to fit individual needs.” International Migration […]

22/11/2017

Briefing 9: The role of recruiting agencies in labour mobility – the case of Bulgaria

INTRODUCTION This briefing presents initial results from the analysis of the qualitative data gathered in Bulgaria during the fieldwork in the first half of 2017. It focuses on the recruiting practices of public and private agencies dealing with international labour mediation. We use 12 expert interviews conducted in Bulgaria as a country traditionally sending workers […]

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