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2015, Studies of the Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center, ISBN 9780804794336, xi, 202
"Global Talent seeks to examine the utility of skilled foreigners beyond their human capital value by focusing on their social capital potential, especially... 
Human capital | Skilled labor | Globalization | Social capital (Sociology) | Transnationalism | Economic aspects | Foreign workers
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2003, 1, ISBN 0520231627, xiv, 285
..." but rather the "right kind" to fit the demeaning, but indispensable, jobs many American workers disdain. 
Employer attitude surveys | Social networks | Unskilled labor | Immigrants | Foreign workers | Sociology | Los Angeles County | Alien labor | California
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2014, ISBN 1442647604, xii, 344
"Despite the fact that many countries target highly skilled migrants for recruitment in the global labour market, few of those migrants are able to take full... 
Emigration and immigration | Skilled labor | Employment | Economic aspects | Immigrants | Foreign workers | Social mobility
Book
2010, ISBN 9781847207371, xii, 260
...Migration and the Globalisation of Health Care Migration and the Globalisation of Health Care The Health Worker Exodus? John Connell Professor of Geography... 
Book
2017, Intellectual property, innovation, and economic development, ISBN 9781107174245, xvii, 306 pages
... about the displacement of domestic workers. This important new work investigates why skilled individuals migrate and how they shape innovation around the world... 
Economic aspects | Emigration and immigration | Skilled labor | Brain drain | Technology transfer | Foreign workers
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2012, Human development perspectives, ISBN 0821387154, xvi, 169
.... Knowledge accumulation and skills are recognized as central in this process. More-educated workers not only have better employment opportunities, earn more, and have more stable and rewarding jobs, but also they are more adaptable and mobile... 
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2013, Directions in Development - Trade, ISBN 9780821399163, 193
.... According to one estimate, allowing the temporary migration of skilled and unskilled workers equivalent to 3 percent of the workforces of the world's developed countries would increase global welfare by more than US$156 billion a year... 
Economics | Private Sector Development | Services-Developing countries-Labor Agreements-Temporary Movement of People-Trade | Macroeconomics | BUS039000 - Business & Economics | International Economics and Trade | Labor economics | Working class | LABOR MARKETS | REGIONAL INITIATIVES | REGULATORY BARRIERS | CITIZENSHIP | HEALTH SECTOR | PREFERENTIAL TREATMENT | ACCESS TO HEALTH SERVICES | SUBSIDIARIES | IMMIGRATION RESTRICTIONS | PROCUREMENT POLICIES | SKILLED LABOR | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLICY FRAMEWORK | POLICY RESEARCH WORKING PAPER | PRIVATE SECTOR | HOST COUNTRY | WAGE RATE | REGIONAL AGREEMENTS | HUMAN RESOURCES | IMMIGRATION LAW | TRADE NEGOTIATIONS | NATIONAL LEVEL | IMMIGRATION POLICY | SCHOOL ATTENDANCE | HIGH SCHOOL DROPOUTS | HOST COUNTRIES | IRREGULAR MIGRATION | WAGE FLOORS | CLIMATE CHANGE | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | NOURISHMENT | DROPOUT | DEVELOPING COUNTRIES | LEGISLATION | LABOR MIGRATION | HOME COUNTRIES | RETURNEES | GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS | TRANSPORTATION | DEMOCRACY | DRIVERS | LEVEL OF DEVELOPMENT | RETURN OF MIGRANTS | MIGRATION FOR EMPLOYMENT | MULTILATERAL NEGOTIATIONS | MIGRANT WORKERS | TECHNICAL EDUCATION | LABOR MOVEMENTS | AGGREGATE INCOME | OCCUPATION | MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE | SKILLS DEVELOPMENT | ECONOMIC CONDITIONS | MIGRATION PROCESS | SANCTIONS | GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM | RETURN MIGRATION | UNSKILLED LABOR | NURSE | DISCRIMINATION | MIGRATION FLOWS | TEMPORARY MIGRANTS | MIGRANT LABOR | NATIONAL POLICY | TEMPORARY JOBS | LABOR MARKET SITUATION | LABOR MARKET | MOBILITY OF LABOR | MULTINATIONAL | DISCRETION | FLOW OF PEOPLE | LABOR MOVEMENT | ECONOMIC BENEFITS | LEGAL FRAMEWORKS | LABOR MARKET REGULATIONS | SUPPLIERS | WAGES | QUALITY ASSURANCE | INSURANCE | PROCUREMENT | RURAL AREAS | INITIATIVE | INSTITUTIONAL MECHANISMS | PROGRESS | ECONOMIC NEEDS | WAGE INEQUALITY | INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR MIGRATION | EDUCATIONAL QUALIFICATIONS | DOMESTIC MARKET | FOREIGN STUDENTS | SKILLED WORKERS | FAMILY REUNIFICATION | WORKING HOURS | POLICY RESEARCH | NUMERICAL QUOTAS | HEALTH CARE | SAVINGS | SEMISKILLED WORKERS | ECONOMIC SHOCKS | MIGRANT | NUMBER OF INTERNATIONAL MIGRANTS | TERTIARY EDUCATION | REMITTANCES | DEMOGRAPHIC IMBALANCES | GROSS DOMESTIC PRODUCT | UNSKILLED WORKER | CITIZENS | UNDOCUMENTED WORKERS | NURSES | SOCIAL BENEFITS | PRIVATE COMPANIES | FOREIGN LABOR | REGULATORY FRAMEWORKS | TEMPORARY WORKER | EMPLOYMENT | MEDICAL SERVICES | WORKFORCE | POLITICAL ECONOMY | LABOR FLOW | WORKERS | HEALTH EDUCATION | DEVELOPMENT GOALS | INTERNATIONAL TRADE | LAWS | SKILLED PROFESSIONALS | POLITICAL SUPPORT | SMALL COUNTRIES | NATIONALS | PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP | DOMESTIC WORKERS | REGULATORY FRAMEWORK | REPATRIATION | MIGRATION POLICIES | TEMPORARY WORKERS | INVESTMENTS IN EDUCATION | WORKING CONDITIONS | INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION | BEST PRACTICES | TREATIES | OCCUPATIONS | POPULATION DECLINE | REGIONAL COOPERATION | INTERNATIONAL MIGRANT | LEGAL STATUS | DOMESTIC MARKETS | PREFERENTIAL | SAVINGS ACCOUNTS | SEGMENTS OF SOCIETY | SERVICE SECTOR | UNSKILLED WORKERS | NATIONAL BORDERS | RESPECT | IMMIGRATION | FLOWS OF PEOPLE | TRAINING REQUIREMENTS | ACCOUNTING | BEST PRACTICE | LOW-INCOME COUNTRIES | LABOR MOBILITY | PERMANENT RESIDENCE | TEMPORARY MIGRATION | FINDING WORK | FREE TRADE | BRAIN DRAIN | FOREIGN WORKERS | SOCIAL SECURITY | SOCIAL COUNCIL | BARGAINING | ENTREPRENEURSHIP | TRANSPORT | BARGAINING POWER | BASIC RIGHTS | TRANSPARENCY | HEALTH CARE SERVICES | UNEMPLOYMENT | TEMPORARY EMPLOYMENT | NUMBER OF MIGRANTS | NUMBER OF PEOPLE | TRAINING PERIOD | NUMBER OF WORKERS | POLICES | POLITICAL INTERESTS | LABOR MARKET CONDITIONS | PRESENT EVIDENCE | WORLD POPULATION | REMITTANCE | POLICY MAKERS | PRODUCTIVITY | SERVICE PROVIDERS | ECONOMICS | ELECTRICIANS | UNDOCUMENTED MIGRATION | LABOUR | COUNTRIES OF ORIGIN
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2007, Directions In Development - Human Development, ISBN 9780821370117, xvi, 132
Offering evidence from both detailed individual country studies and homogenized statistics across the Latin American and Caribbean region, this book examines... 
Latin America Social policy | Minimum wage | Social policy | Latin America | INFORMAL SECTOR | SALARIED WORKER | COMPETITIVE MARKET | EMPLOYMENT EFFECTS | LABOR MARKETS | WAGE EFFECTS | LABOR LEGISLATION | SALARIES | LABOR SUPPLY INCENTIVES | HOUSEHOLD INCOME INEQUALITY | PENSION | INFORMAL SECTOR WORKERS | DEMOGRAPHIC GROUPS | WAGE LEVELS | OLDER WORKERS | INCOME DISTRIBUTION | WAGE ADJUSTMENT | WAGE BILL | SOCIAL BENEFITS | MALE WORKERS | MINIMUM WAGE | EARNINGS OF WOMEN | EMPLOYMENT | SKILLED LABOR | SECONDARY SCHOOL | LARGE FIRMS | MINIMUM WAGE LAW | SEVERANCE PAY SYSTEM | WORKING POOR | ECONOMIC GROWTH | POLITICAL ECONOMY | CASH TRANSFERS | WORKERS | LAYOFFS | EARNINGS | REAL WAGES | GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM MODELS | WORLD MARKET | WAGE STRUCTURE | INCOME REDISTRIBUTION | HOUSEHOLD WEALTH | MARKET WAGE | LABOR LAWS | AVERAGE WAGE | WAGE SECTOR | WAGE GAP | DOMESTIC WORKERS | SALARIED WORKERS | SEVERANCE PAY | UNEMPLOYED | POVERTY RATES | WAGE EMPLOYMENT | INCREASE IN INCOMES | RURAL WORKERS | EARNING | DOMESTIC CURRENCY | LABOR MINISTRIES | FEMALE WORKERS | WESTERN EUROPE | LOW INCOMES | MONOPSONY POWER | VALUABLE | FIRM SIZE | SEVERANCE | LABORERS | INCOMES | POVERTY ALLEVIATION | PUBLIC WORKS | ECONOMIC THEORY | RESEARCH ASSISTANCE | HOUSEHOLD CONSUMPTION | UNEMPLOYED POOR | WAGE DETERMINATION | EMPLOYEE | GENERAL POPULATION | COLLECTIVE BARGAINING | FORMAL EDUCATION | MARITIME WORKERS | JOB LOSS | OCCUPATIONS | WAGE EARNERS | JOB EXPERIENCE | TRADE LIBERALIZATION | JOBS | INFLATION | PENSION ISSUE | LABOR INCOME | MARKET ECONOMIES | OCCUPATION | YOUTH UNEMPLOYMENT | PRIMARY EDUCATION | PURCHASING POWER | LATIN AMERICAN | POVERTY LINES | SAFETY NETS | DISMISSED WORKERS | WAGE FLOOR | LOW-INCOME | SAFETY | SELF-EMPLOYMENT | DEMOGRAPHIC GROUP | GENERAL EQUILIBRIUM | LIVING STANDARDS | WAGE INCREASE | UNSKILLED WORKERS | WORKER | MANUFACTURING WAGE | MARKET WAGES | CLOSED ECONOMIES | FAMILY MEMBERS | WAGE GAIN | EFFICIENCY WAGES | GINI COEFFICIENT | RENTS | LABOR TURNOVER | JOB LOSSES | MOTIVATION | WAGE BOARDS | POVERTY LINE | WAGE INCREASES | WAGE LEVEL | LABOR MARKET | TRADE UNIONS | MINIMUM WAGES | WAGE SET | HOUSEHOLD INCOME | PRICE INDEX | SOCIAL PROTECTION | TRINIDAD AND TOBAGO | PRIMARY SCHOOL | RESOURCE ALLOCATION | LABOR FORCE | BENEFICIARIES | UNEMPLOYMENT BENEFIT | WAGE GAINS | LABOR SUPPLY | AVERAGE WAGES | SOCIAL WELFARE | SOCIAL INSURANCE | HUMAN CAPITAL | EXTERNALITIES | WAGE DISTRIBUTION | FINANCES | BARGAINING POWER | LABOR ORGANIZATION | ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT | LABOR STANDARDS | UNEMPLOYMENT | LABOR SHORTAGE | WAGE INEQUALITY | CURRENCY | WAGE POLICIES | MONOPSONY | FAMILY INCOME | PRODUCTIVITY LEVELS | FORMAL SECTOR WAGE | LABOR DEMAND | LABOR MARKET CONDITIONS | PUBLIC EXPENDITURES | YOUNG WORKERS | HIGH WAGE | YOUNG PEOPLE | MAXIMUM WAGE | PRODUCTIVITY | WAGE POLICY | ECONOMICS | LABOUR | FORMAL SECTOR WAGES
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