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Title:New Directions in Tunisian Emigration: Windfall or Pitfall
Authors:Findlay, Allan
Findlay, Anne
Lawless, Richard
Year:1979
Periodical:Maghreb Review
Volume:4
Issue:3
Period:May-June
Pages:78-81
Language:English
Geographic term:Tunisia
Subjects:emigration
Urbanization and Migration
Labor and Employment
Economics and Trade
Abstract:Tunisian emigration has grown in size and significance during the past decade. There has been a recent re-orientation of migration from France to Libya. This change has resulted in minor modifications in the character of migration. It has not reduced the political and economic problems which Tunisia faces as a consequence of its dependence on foreign labour markets. A comprehensive migration policy must be developed if the potential benefits which might accrue from worker emigration are to be realised. Sections: Introduction - The Tunisian labour market - Four phases of labour export - Migration prospects - Summary. Notes, tab.
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