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By Oliver Bakewell, Godfried Engbersen, Maria Lucinda Fonseca, Cindy Horst

This edited quantity asks how the coming of migrants at one time impacts the choices of these contemplating migration later. via a collection of case reviews of migration in twelve 'corridors', it exhibits how diverse sorts of suggestions by means of diverse actors and during diverse channels give a contribution to our figuring out of diverging migration flows.

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Two-thirds felt that their quality of life had improved, and slightly fewer (61%) thought that their financial situation had too. The most positive assessments were those of Ukrainians in the Netherlands and the United Kingdom and of Moroccans in Norway. The largest discrepancies between the two dimensions are found among Brazilians, who tend to be more satisfied with the quality-of-life impacts of migration than with the financial benefits. The greatest polarisation of experiences appears to be found among Moroccans in the Netherlands, particularly with respect to quality of life.

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2004) ‘How Does It Work? The Search for Explanatory Mechanisms’, Philosophy of the Social Sciences, 34(2), pp. 182–210. Collier, P. (2013) Exodus: How Migration Is Changing Our World. New York: Oxford University Press. Collyer, M. (2005) ‘When Do Social Networks Fail to Explain Migration? Accounting for the Movement of Algerian Asylum-Seekers to the UK’, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 31(4), pp. 699–718. P. (2004) ‘The Legal Production of Mexican/Migrant “Illegality” ’, Latino Studies, 2(2), pp.

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