Migration to the Gulf : policies in sending and receiving countries
Jeddah ; Geneva ; Cambridge : European University Institute, Gulf Research Center, 2018
FARGUES, Philippe, SHAH, Nasra M. (editor/s), FARGUES, Philippe, SHAH, Nasra M., Migration to the Gulf : policies in sending and receiving countries, Jeddah ; Geneva ; Cambridge : European University Institute, Gulf Research Center, 2018 - https://hdl.handle.net/1814/56064
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International migration is an ubiquitous reality in the Gulf States where foreign citizens are a majority in the workforce as well as in several states’ total population. Migration is instrumental in Gulf nations’ prosperity and at the same time regarded a challenge to their identity. At the other end of the journey, for many countries of origin in South Asia, the Arab world and East Africa, migration to the Gulf is an integral part of the daily lives of tens of millions and a constitutive element of economies and societies. This book is about policies designed to regulate migration and protect the migrants and enable them to contribute to the prosperity of the Gulf and the development of their home countries.
Table of Contents:
-- Introduction. 1. Migration Policies, between Domestic Politics and International Relations -- Part I. Policies on Inward Migration -- 2. Wage Protection Systems and Programmes in the GCC -- 3. Migration Policies across the GCC: Challenges in Reforming the Kafala -- 4. Exploring Links between Post-Arrival Initiatives and Labour Market Outcomes of Migrants -- 5. Highly-Skilled Professionals in the GCC: Migration Policies and Government Outlook -- 6. The Challenges of Dual-Societies: The Interaction of Workforce Nationalisation and National Identity Construction through the Comparative Case Studies of Saudisation and Emiratisation -- Part II. Policies on Outward Migration -- 7. Emigration Policies of Major Asian Countries Sending Temporary Labour Migrants to the Gulf -- 8. Policies and Politics in the Arab Migration to the Gulf States: Struggling to Keep the Door Open -- 9. Indian Migration to the Gulf: Overview of Trends and Policy Initiatives by India -- 10. Frontlines of Global Migration: Philippine State Bureaucrats’ Role in Migration Diplomacy and Workers’ Welfare in the Gulf Countries -- 11. The High Cost of Migrating for Work to the Gulf – Part III. Policies Assessment -- 12. Earnings Differentials and Nationalisation Policies in GCC’s Private Sector Labour Market -- 13. Shaping Smart Societies: How Migration and Education Policies Meet in the Gulf States
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