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Illegal Immigration from Bangladesh to India: The Emerging Conflicts

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Show simple item record Nandy, Chandan 2015-07-01T18:13:06Z 2015-07-01T18:13:06Z 2005-11
dc.description.abstract Population movements have been a constant feature of the evolution of human civilisation. For a variety of reasons – social, political, economic, natural and climatic -migration occurs within the geographical limits of states and beyond. In recent years, globalisation has given a new thrust to the international labour market, adding a new dimension to inter-state migration. While migration between countries in the developed world is a two-way traffic, demographic mobility from the developing to the more advanced countries is generally uni-directional. en_US
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dc.publisher Inter-University Committee on International Migration en_US
dc.relation.ispartofseries Rosemarie Rogers Working Paper Series;33
dc.title Illegal Immigration from Bangladesh to India: The Emerging Conflicts en_US
dc.type Working Paper en_US

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