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"This volume represents another outstanding contribution of the International Migration and Development Research Program, an effort I strongly supported from its inception and which established the World Bank's intellectual leadership in an increasingly important area. Analysts and policy makers will find that the studies presented here constitute an excellent basis for improving migration policies and enhancing their development and poverty alleviation impact." --James D. Wolfensohn, Chairman, Wolfensohn Capital Partners, Former President of the World Bank

"International migration, long considered an exotic subject, has finally become a significant phenomenon on the world stage. This is an important volume by two of the most influential researchers on the subject. It addresses with considerable insight the key issues that the phenomenon raises. Policy makers and research scholars alike will profit from reading it." --Jagdish Bhagwati, University Professor, Economics and Law, Columbia University, Author of In Defense of Globalization

"Migration has become a global phenomenon of utmost importance for the further development and well-being of mankind. This volume collects a fine blend of articles providing rigorous empirical and policy analysis from all over the globe. The new global migration database and contributions on development, host country policy, and return migration will capture the attention of a hungry generation of scholars in migration, labor, and development." --Klaus F. Zimmermann, Director of the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA), Bonn, Professor at Bonn University

About the Author

CAGLAR OZDEN is an Economist in the International Trade division within the Development Research Group. He received his Ph.D. from Stanford University and B.S. from Cornell University. His main research areas are international migration, brain drain and international trade with a focus on preferential trade programs and international institutions. He is the co-editor of the recent volume titled International Migration, Remittances and the Brain Drain. MAURICE SCHIFF is a Lead Economist in the International Trade Unit, Development Research Group. He currently directs a Research Program on International Migration and Development has published various articles on the topic and has co-edited a book entitled International Migration, Remittances and the Brain Drain which was published in 2005. He co-directed a research project on Regional Integration which generated a large number of articles in refereed journals, a Symposium Issue of the WBER, the book Regional Integration and Development (published in Arabic, Chinese, English, French, Russian and Spanish), and the Policy Research Report Trade Blocs

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