Based on RDP data

The RDP is happy to list on this web page a number of published studies and reports written by authors who used our research outcomes, particularly the Database on Return Migrants to the Maghreb (DReMM). If you consider that your publication should also be mentioned in the list below, please contact us.

 

Published studies and reports that used the RDP deliverables:

 

Bartolini, Laura (2011), Irregular Status and Migrants’ Behaviours. Economic effects of irregularity on migrants and their origin and destination countries. The case of Italy and Europe with some policy considerations. Unpublished PhD thesis. University of Florence.

 

Bilgili, Özge & Silja Weyel (2009), Migration in Morocco: History, Current Trends and Future Prospects. Paper Series: Migration and Development Country Profiles. Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. http://mgsog.merit.unu.edu/ISacademie/docs/CR_morocco.pdf

 

Bouklia-Hassane, Rafik (2010), Migration pour le travail décent, la croissance économique et le développement: le cas de l’Algérie. Cahiers des migrations internationales no. 104. Bureau international du Travail. http://www.ilo.org/public/english/protection/migrant/download/imp/imp104f.pdf

 

Bouchoucha, Ibtihel & Zahia Ouadah-Bedidi (2011), The effect of socio-economic and educational characteristics on migration decision in the Maghreb. http://www.giovaniesocieta.unibo.it/paper/1c/bouchoucha.pdf

 

Bouhdiba, Sofiane (2008), The pension of the retired return migrant in the Maghreb: A sustainable development factor? University of Tunis. http://www.migrationdrc.org/news/reports/migration&socialprotection/Presentations/presentation%20BOUHDIBA.pdf

 

Collier, William, Matloob Piracha, Teresa Randazzo (2011), Remittances and Return Migration. Institute for the Study of Labor. IZA DP No. 6091. http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1958747

 

Gubert, Flore & Christophe J. Nordman (2011), Return Migration and Small Enterprise Development in the Maghreb. In: Diaspora for Development in Africa, Plaza S. and Ratha D. (eds), Chapter 3, Washington DC: The World Bank, pp. 103-126. http://siteresources.worldbank.org/EXTDECPROSPECTS/Resources/476882-1157133580628/DfD_FullReport.pdf

 

Gubert, Flore & Christophe J. Nordman (2008), Return Migration and Small Enterprise Development in the Maghreb. Background Paper for the Middle East and North Africa Department, World Bank, Washington, DC. World Bank.

 

Ibourk, Aomar & Amine Chamkhi (2011), Analyse microéconométrique des déterminants de la migration de retour des immigrés maghrébins. ERF 17th Annual Conference. http://www.erf.org.eg/CMS/uploads/pdf/Ibourk%20&%20Amine.pdf

 

Ibourk, Aomar & Amine Chamkhi (2011), The reintegration of return North African migrants, between disillusionment and success. Micro econometric analysis of determinants integration. Sixth African Population Conference. http://uaps2011.princeton.edu/docs/UAPS2011PreliminaryProgram.pdf

 

Katterbach, Katharina (2010), Tunisia’s Diaspora Policies — Supporting Integration in Host Countries and Mobilizing Resources for Home Country Development. European Commission and the Invest in Med Programme. www.invest-in-med.eu

 

Mahuteau S., Piracha M., Tani, M. (2010), Selection Policy and Immigrants’ Remittance Behaviour. IZA Discussion paper No. 4874, Bonn: Institute for Study of Labour. http://ftp.iza.org/dp6091.pdf

 

Mahuteau, Stephane & Massimiliano Tani (2011), Labour Market Outcomes and Skill Acquisition in the Host Country: North African Migrants Returning Home from the European Union. IZA Discussion paper No. 5441. Bonn: Institute for Study of Labour. http://ftp.iza.org/dp5441.pdf

 

Mengoni, Luisa (2009), Entrepreneurship of Young Migrants across Mediterranean Borders. University of Bologna. http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1531110