This six-volume series explores the interaction of factors such as migration, trade and foreign investment on local and economic development in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean. The contributors were invited by the US Congressional Commission for the Study of International Migration and Cooperative Economic Development, to research and report on the determinants of illegal migration to the United States from Mexico and other western hemisphere countries. The purpose of the three-year project, which was completed in 1990, was to identify economic emigration pressures. A primary question which researchers sought to answer was whether the development strategies of the sending countries must first be altered before emigration will decrease - and if so, how. This volume, the last of the series, examines the effects of receiving countries' policies on migration flows.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Number of pages: 303
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