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Intraregional migration of skilled manpower.

CEPAL Rev 1993 Aug(50):127-46

This is an analysis of the migration of skilled manpower among the countries of Latin America. "The author reviews its causes, possible implications, the characteristics of these flows of skilled migrants, and the relationship between what is to be observed in some countries and the official attitude adopted by their Governments. This examination suggests that the emigration of skilled human resources, regardless of their destination, is invariably a loss for developing countries owing to [migrants] high social value and economic cost. Read More

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August 1993
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Why are men so irresponsible?

Authors:
R Kaztman

CEPAL Rev 1992 Apr(46):79-87

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Urban employment: research and policy in Latin America.

Authors:
V E Tokman

CEPAL Rev 1988 Apr(34):109-26

Trends in urban employment policy research and design in Latin America are discussed. "This article is organized into three main parts.. Read More

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April 1988
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Capitalism and population in Latin American agriculture: recent trends and problems.

CEPAL Rev 1982 Apr(16):51-71

"On the basis of a body of empirical research, the authors explore the relationship between agrarian structure and population [in Latin America]. After an introduction in which they present their theoretical and methodological orientation, they describe the current changing trends in agrarian structure, among which are the 'intensification' of the process of the penetration of capitalistic forms into agriculture." They then discuss the relationships between agrarian structure and demographic variables, particularly fertility and migration. Read More

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April 1982
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