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dc.contributor.authorManrique-Hernández, Johana-
dc.contributor.authorPrieto-Bustos, William Orlando-
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dc.description.abstractLos determinantes y las consecuencias de la migración y el desplazamiento interno inciden de manera relevante sobre el diseño de una política pública orientada al aprovechamiento de las fortalezas de la mano de obra de los migrantes para potenciar la productividad y la competitividad de las economías de acogida. Los determinantes están asociados no solamente a las condiciones sociales y económicas de los países/regiones de origen, sino también a las oportunidades de migración especializada y no especializada en los países/regiones de acogida. Así mismo, los efectos de la migración sobre las familias de los migrantes en los países de origen revelan la importancia de las remesas sobre la participación laboral de las esposas y el apalancamiento de proyectos de autoempleo en los países de origen. Por otro lado, el grado de flexibilidad de las políticas migratorias es un elemento esencial para atender de manera adecuada problemáticas de xenofobia basadas en origen étnico y creencias religiosas. El capítulo realiza una reseña crítica de literatura sobre las determinantes y las consecuencias de la migración organizada para determinar el estado del arte en la literatura especializada sobre los efectos de la migración en los países y/o las regiones de acogida.spa
dc.publisherEditorial Universidad Católica de Colombiaspa
dc.date.accessioned2022-06-22T01:47:49Z-
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dc.identifier.citationManrique-Hernández, J. & Prieto-Bustos, W. O. (2021). Determinantes de la migración forzada: una revisión crítica de literatura especializada. En Prieto-Bustos, W. O., & Manrique-Hernández, J. (Eds.). (2021). Conflicto armado y desplazamiento forzado: un caso de migración forzada en Colombia (p. 133-158). Editorial Universidad Católica de Colombia.-
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dc.relation.ispartofPrieto-Bustos, W. O., & Manrique-Hernández, J. (Eds.). (2021). Conflicto armado y desplazamiento forzado: un caso de migración forzada en Colombia. Editorial Universidad Católica de Colombia.-
dc.relation.ispartofseriesColección Oikonomia;no. 4-
dc.typeCapítulo - Parte de Librospa
dc.titleDeterminantes de la migración forzada: una revisión crítica de literatura especializadaspa
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dc.subject.armarcEMIGRACIÓN DE PROFESIONALES Y TÉCNICOS-
dc.subject.armarcEMIGRACIÓN E INMIGRACIÓN-
dc.subject.proposalInmigraciónspa
dc.subject.proposalMercado laboralspa
dc.subject.proposalPolítica laboralspa
dc.subject.proposalPolítica migratoriaspa
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