Title:Immigration Without Inclusion: Non-nationals in nation-building in the Gulf States Author(s):FARGUES, PhilippeDate:2011Citation:
- Asian and Pacific Migration Journal, 2011, 20, 3-4, 273-292, Special issue on Migration in the Gulf States
Type:ArticleAbstract:Migrants represent between one-third and four-fifths of the population in the Gulf States. Despite their sizable numbers, migrants can only have temporary residency, they have no access to citizenship, and they have limited ...
Title:International Migration and the Demographic Transition: A two-way interaction Author(s):FARGUES, PhilippeDate:2011Citation:
- International Migration Review, 2011, 45, 3, 588–614
Type:ArticleAbstract:The paper explores the relationship between the demographic transition and international migration, that is, between population dynamics and direct connectivity between peoples. The first part examines how ideas conveyed ...
Title:Voice after exit : revolution and migration in the Arab world Author(s):FARGUES, PhilippeDate:2011Citation:
- Migration information source, 2011, OnlineOnly
Title:International migration and the nation state in Arab countries Author(s):FARGUES, PhilippeDate:2013Citation:
- Middle East Law and Governance, 2013, Vol. 5, No. 1-2, pp. 5-35
Type:ArticleAbstract:International migration and the nation state have had, in all times and in all places, a difficult relationship. While the nation state is a community that recognises itself as one people sharing one territory and one ...
Title:Skilful survivals : irregular migration to the Gulf Editor(s):FARGUES, Philippe; SHAH, Nasra M.Date:2017Citation:
- Florence : European University Institute ; Cambridge : Gulf Research Center, 2017
Type:BookSeries/Number:[Migration Policy Centre]; GLMMAbstract:The overall objective of this volume is to advance existing knowledge about irregular migration to the Gulf, a subject about which huge research gaps remain. We focus on the role that legislation, policies and practices ...
Title:Migrant integration between homeland and host society. Volume 2, How countries of origin impact migrant integration outcomes : an analysis Editor(s):DI BARTOLOMEO, Anna; KALANTARYAN, Sona; SALAMONSKA, Justyna; FARGUES, PhilippeDate:2017Citation:
- Cham : Springer, 2017, Global migration issues ; 8
Type:BookSeries/Number:[Migration Policy Centre]; [INTERACT]Abstract:This book provides solid empirical evidence into the role that countries and communities of origin play in the migrant integration processes at destination. Coverage explores several important questions, including: To what ...
Title:Migrant integration between homeland and host society. Volume 1, Where does the country of origin fit? Editor(s):WEINAR, Agnieszka; UNTERREINER, Anne; FARGUES, PhilippeDate:2017Citation:
- Cham : Springer, 2017, Global migration issues ; 7
Type:BookSeries/Number:[Migration Policy Centre]; [INTERACT]Abstract:This book provides a theoretical framing to analyse and examine the interaction between origin and destination in the migrant integration process. Coverage offers a set of concrete conceptual tools, which can be operationalised ...
Title:Afrique du Nord et Moyen-Orient : des migrations en quête d’une politique Author(s):FARGUES, PhilippeDate:2006Citation:
- Politique Etrangère, 2006, 4, no. spécial 1936-2006, 1017-1029
Title:Work, Refuge, Transit: An Emerging Pattern of Irregular Immigration South and East of the Mediterranean Author(s):FARGUES, PhilippeDate:2009Citation:
- International Migration Review, 2009, 43, 3, 544–577
Type:ArticleAbstract:Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (SEM) countries have recently turned into receivers of migrants, but they have neither the institutions nor the policies that would allow them to integrate migrants. Therefore, most ...
Title:La femme dans les pays arabes: vers une remise en cause du système patriarcal? Author(s):FARGUES, PhilippeDate:2003Citation:
- Population et Sociétés, 2003, 387
Type:ArticleAbstract:The stark picture of human development in the Arab world painted in a report written for the United Nations by leading Arab researchers became the subject of impassioned debate in late summer 2002. They found that it was ...