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Some policy implications regarding international labour migration in East Indonesia

Hugo, Graeme.

Some policy implications regarding international labour migration in East Indonesia

by Hugo, Graeme.

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Published by Collaboration between the Center for Population and Manpower Studies, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (PPT-LIPI) and the Demography Program, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University in [Jakarta] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Malaysia.
    • Subjects:
    • Alien labor, Indonesian -- Malaysia.,
    • Alien labor, Indonesian -- Government policy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementGraeme Hugo ; prepared under the Indonesia-Australia Population-Related Research for Development Planning and Development Assistance Project.
      SeriesPolicy paper ;, no. 15, Policy paper (Puslitbang Kependudukan dan Ketenagakerjaan (Indonesia)) ;, no. 15.
      ContributionsProyek Kerjasama Penelitian Indonesia-Australia di Bidang Kependudukan dan Perencanaan Pembangunan., Australian Agency for International Development.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHD8708+
      The Physical Object
      Pagination8 leaves ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3605550M
      LC Control Number2002349537

      Labour migration in Southeast Asia since the s and s must be understood as an integral part of the post-colonial new geographies of migration. The scope and scale of transnational movements have grown rapidly and major states like Malaysia and Thailand between them currently host about 70 per cent of the estimated million migrant Cited by: In Indonesia's Overseas Labour Migration Programme, , Wayne Palmer offers for the first time a detailed, critical analysis of the way in which Indonesia's Overseas Labour Migration Programme is managed and how that fits with other developments within the Indonesian s: 0.

      Determinants of Labour Migration Decisions: The Case of East Java, Indonesia Wildan Syafitri ([email protected]) Accepted , University of Kassel Labour migration, both internal and international, involves labour withdrawing from one sector and moving to meet the demand in another. Defined more nar-. The presence – or absence – of a “clear” policy on migration notwithstanding, the country has continued to be a driving force in international labour migration, making it the third largest labour-exporting nation in Asia (Lindio-McGovern, ). It is worthwhile to note, however, that the Philippine legislature has passed a number of Cited by:

      A classic labor-surplus nation, Indonesia sends thousands of low-skilled workers every year to countries in the Middle East and elsewhere in Asia, particularly neighboring Malaysia. Graeme Hugo of the University of Adelaide provides an updated look at this and other migration trends in the world's fourth most populous country.   Most legal international labor migration in Indonesia occurs through agents who are heavily involved in recruiting, placing workers in overseas jobs, and arranging the travel. As elsewhere in Asia, there is substantial movement through official processes.


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