By Patterson, R. (ed.), Rubin Patterson
Transnational society is a brand new box of research, simply as mind flow is a brand new improvement procedure for the worldwide South. This ebook contributes to the starting to be scholarship on transnational society and mind movement, therefore highlighting the dynamic social practices already underway
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17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. Mexico Philippines India China, Peoples Rep. Vietnam Dominican Republic El Salvador Korea Haiti Cuba Jamaica Poland Colombia Canada United Kingdom Guatemala Ukraine Iran Russia Pakistan Peru Taiwan Nicaragua Soviet Union Ecuador Guyana Hong Kong Nigeria Honduras Bosnia-Herzegovina Immigration 1989-2004 Immigration 2005 4,052,638 834,029 707,029 698,893 630,464 510,471 475,976 311,887 289,447 287,319 281,164 254,590 239,427 234,991 225,228 216,667 208,810 200,028 196,586 194,029 175,980 173,393 157,025 147,727 132,423 127,458 115,119 115,048 109,623 104,862 175,364 57,827 70,116 51,156 31,514 30,492 29,795 19,766 13,998 20,488 14,414 14,250 18,678 15,567 15,915 17,999 13,655 10,434 13,358 12,086 11,781 8,961 4,000 929 8,611 6,329 3,951 9,374 5,505 10,552 Yearbook of Immigration Statistics 2005 In the short-run, such Pan-African identiﬁcation has tended not to be the case.
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9 Source: Authors’ calculations based on data from Ketkar S. and Ratha D. (2005). ). Already, money transferred from the diaspora is second behind FDI in terms of capital ﬂows to developing countries: it surpasses public development aid (Wimaladharma et al. 2004) (Table 4). Latin America and the Caribbean top the distribution list and are closely followed by South Asia. Sub-Sahara Africa comes last with nearly 5% of the remittances. The United States and Saudi Arabia are the leading countries making it possible for migrants to remit part of their earnings.
African Brain Circulation (International Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology) by Patterson, R. (ed.), Rubin Patterson