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Migration, Development and Environment: Migration Processes from the Perspective of Environmental Change and Development Approach at the Beginning of the 21st Century
At the beginning of the 21st century, the linkages among migration, development and environment undoubtedly belong to the most pressing issues on the political agenda. A special focus of this book is on two of these relations - on environmentally-induced migration and on the relationship between migration processes and development. The prime aim of the book is to contribute to and extend the current knowledge on these issues.

Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing in association with GSE Research

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Free Content Preliminary material
pp. i-xiv(14)

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Introduction
pp. xv-xvii(3)
Authors: Stojanov, Robert; Novosák, Jiří

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Environmental Migration: An Overview and Policy Recommendations
pp. 2-34(33)
Authors: Bogardi, Janos J.; Renaud, Fabrice; Dun, Olivia; Warner, Koko; Afifi, Tamer

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Environment and Migration: Can the Past Help Us Rethink the Matter?
pp. 35-57(23)
Author: Álvarez Gila, Óscar

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Amenity Migration as an Example of the Environmental Migration
pp. 58-75(18)
Authors: Bartoš, Michael; Kušová, Drahomíra; Těšitel, Jan

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The Environmental Migration in Chernobyl Disaster Area – The Case Study of Belarus
pp. 92-116(25)
Authors: Kavanová, Klára; Stojanov, Robert

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The Environmentally-Induced Migration in China
pp. 117-151(35)
Author: Stojanov, Robert

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On Migration and the Policy Process
pp. 154-172(19)
Author: Skeldon, Ronald

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Quantifying Transnationalism: Asian Migration to Australia
pp. 173-211(39)
Author: Hugo, Graeme

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On Some Relations Between International Migration and Development
pp. 212-234(23)
Authors: Novosák, Jiří; Říhová, Marie

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The Migration and Integration Behaviour of Romanians in Paris, London and Rome
pp. 258-279(22)
Authors: Seidlová, Markéta; Urban, Michal

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Trade Substitution and Immigrant Networks: Can Immigrants Hurt Trade?
pp. 280-301(22)
Authors: Konečný, Tomáš

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pp. 312-316(5)

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