3 edition of Inter-regional migration in tropical Africa found in the catalog.
Inter-regional migration in tropical Africa
|Statement||[by] I. Masser, and W. T. S. Gould, with the assistance of A. D. Goddard.|
|Series||Institute of British Geographers special publication ; no. 8, Special publication (Institute of British Geographers) ;, no. 8.|
|Contributions||Gould, W. T. S., joint author., Goddard, A. D., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||HB2126.U4 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 107 p. :|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||76358154|
authors undertake a statistical analysis of inter-regional migration in Uganda. Their work de-pends on birthplace data obtained from resi-dents of urban centers and from a sample enumeration of Uganda's rural population dur-ing the census. The authors describe their study as "the first comprehensive spatial anal-. Caldwell, POPULATION GROWTH & SOCIO-ECONOMIC CHANGE, WEST AFRICA by Dudley Kirk Masser and Gould, INTER-REGIONAL MIGRATION IN TROPICAL AFRICA by William A. Hance Hartwig, THE KEREBE AND LONG-DISTANCE TRADE: by William 0. Jones Davies, TRADING IN WEST AFRICA, by George E. Brooks.
Around 80% of migration movements in Africa occur intra-regionally; but despite the still growing importance of the phenomenon, African migration data sources are often lacking or inadequate. The purpose of this research note is to assess the quality and availability of intra-regional migration statistics in sub-Saharan Africa and point to the. Interregional workshop on International Migration “Strengthening capacities to deal with international migration: “Examining inter-regional networks to facilitate the exchange of experiences and good practices between Sessions 3 and 4 will address “International migration in Africa and institutional frameworks ”.
Guy Blaise NKAMLEU International Institute of Tropical Agriculture [email protected] REGIONAL MIGRATION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA WorldBank Workshop on Job Creation in Africa, Eschborn-Germany, Nov , Inter-regional migration in Europe: a spatial interaction modelling perspective Adam Dennett*, Kimberley Claydon †, Pablo Mateos † *Centre for Advanced Spatial Analysis †Department of Geography University College London Presentation to the British Society for Population Studies – Annual Conference, 9 th September Presentation OutlineFile Size: 3MB.
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Inter-regional migration in tropical Africa. London: Institute of British Geographers, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Ian Masser; W T.
Drivers of Intra-regional and Inter-regional Migration in Africa Julie Litchfield Department of Economics, University of Sussex, UK Background Paper No.
3 May This study was prepared for UNCTAD as a background paper for Economic Development in Africa Report Migration for Structural Transformation.
The Migration Experience in Africa. Jonathan Baker, Ssc, Jonathan Baker, Tade Akin Aina, Tade Aina. Nordic Africa Institute, - Social Science - pages. 0 Reviews.
In this book. These data provide a rather good empiric base for the quantitative treatment of the migration dynamics. The inter-regional migration processes in six countries, the Federal Republic of Germany, Canada, France, Israel, Italy and Sweden are Author: Günter Haag.
Regional Organizations and Intra-Regional Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa Article in International Migration 39(6) - 60 February with 45 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Aderanti Adepoju.
Inter-regional Forums on Migration (IRFs) are state-led, informal and non-binding dialogues on migration usually connecting two or more regions. IRFs share information and experiences and seek to find common solutions in the area of migration and the migration-development context.
migration is on the increase but detailed information on these flows is limited. The paucity of migration data, the increase of intra-regional migration and the establishment of the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) have increased the demand for more information on intra-regional (labour) migration in the Size: KB.
Between andfor example, the number of African international migrants living within the region jumped from 16 million to around 19 million. Within the same period, there was only a moderate increase in the number of Africans moving outside the continent, from around 16 million to 17 million.
Image: IOM’s World Migration Report. ), but the purpose in the coming pages is to record Africa’s experience with cross-border movements in the modern era. Two main strands run through the discussion: the features of migration that set Africa apart; and evidence from the African context on some of the cross-cutting themes in the migration literature.
Migrations shaping African history Population movements have played an important part in shaping Africa and the rest of the world for thousands of years.
Environmental, economic, cultural and political changes led to large historical migrations, which File Size: 23KB. International Migration within, to and from Africa in a Globalised World adresses the main issues concerning international migration from an African perspective.
This timely book encompasses migration as a global phenomenon and considers African migration in all of its dimensions: within, from and to Africa.
Inter-regional Migration in Tropical Africa (Special publications / Institute of British Geographers) by Ian Masser and W.T.S. Gould | 1 Dec Hardcover. Inter-regional migration in these countries is a matter of labour market adjustments explained by economic factors.
In other countries, cultural and/or linguistic barriers for inter-regional migration are significant and play dominant roles. In this paper, we address the issue of inter-regional migration withinFile Size: KB. In this paper we use data from to to estimate a structural econometric model of inter-regional migration.
The results are then used to re-specify and calibrate the Computable General. assume that migration decision-making process, is a collative issue, carried out by the household which bear both the cost and benefits of migration.
Pattern of Internal Migration The migration process and pattern in Nigeria, as in other countries in West Africa, is very dynamic and complex because it is multi-faceted and Size: KB.
Fraser and Uche: Inter‐Regional Migration and Sustainable Development 27 Caribbean history is one grounded in migration. While a number of positive outcomes are associated with migration processes, movements can be unsustainable if relevant Author: Hortense Fraser, Chukwudum Uche.
Markets and States in Tropical Africa analyzes these and other paradoxical features of development in modern Africa and explores how governments have intervened and diverted resources from farmers to other sectors of society.
A classic of the field since its publication inthis edition includes a new preface by the by: Migration benefits both origin and destination countries across Africa. The report argues that African migration can play a key role in the structural transformation of the continent’s economies.
Well-managed migration also provides an important means for helping to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals, both in Africa and beyond. () Inter-Regional Migration in Tropical Africa, Institute of British Massey, D.S. and Multan, McEvedy, C. and Jones, R.
() Atlas ofAuthor: Firooz Jamali-Zanjeerabad. Although tropical Africa is mostly familiar to the West for its rainforests, this biogeographic realm of Africa is far more diverse. While the tropics are thought of as regions with warm to hot moist climates caused by latitude and the tropical rain belt, the geology of areas, particularly mountain chains, and geographical relation to continental and regional scale winds impact the overall.
Migration patterns in the West African Migration System are diverse than the South African Migration System because of a lack of a single powerful magnet for migrants (like South Africa). Foreigners made up almost a quarter of Cote d'Ivoire’s population until civil war broke out between and that undermined its once buoyant economy.The majority of migrants from Africa go to other African countries (as shown in the next slide).
Only about 18% of migrants from Africa go to Europe, and of the total migrant stock in Europe, less than 12% are from Africa. Yet, the dominant misconception is that an overwhelming number of Africans are waiting to cross into Europe.The Horn of Africa-Persian Gulf Nexus: Inter-Regional Dynamics and the Reshaping of Regional Order in Geopolitical Flux The Horn of Africa is a complex site of geopolitical and geostrategic importance, inextricably linked to key aspects of its history and geography.