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Learning by Doing: Experiences of Circular Migration

— theme: Labour migration policy, Migration and development
— country: Other Countries
— type: Journal Articles

Circular migration is a continuing, long-term, and fluid patter of international mobility of people among countries that occupy what is now increasingly recognized as a single economic space. At its best, circular migration increases the likelihood that both countries of origin and destination gain from international mobility. It also conforms to the natural preferences of many migrants, as illustrated by de facto circularity where national borders are open by agreement or are not heavily enforced.

Kathleen Newland, Dovelyn Rannveig Aguinas, Aaron Terrazas
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