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Romanian migration movements: Networks as informal transnationa organizations

Abstract : Since the Iron Curtain came down, the European continent has become, as it used to be, a vast space of exchange in which human migrations take diverse forms, from more or less permanent emigration to a variety of short-term movements, such as study programs or seasonal jobs (Ok?lski 2001). The kind of migration this text deals with consists of constant mobility, between the native country and several places abroad where migrants work on a temporary basis. This began at the beginning of the nineties and demonstrates how middle-class people from eastern European countries have played a role, without waiting for international agreements, in the construction of a large transnational space across Europe.
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Swanie Potot. Romanian migration movements: Networks as informal transnationa organizations. Corrado Bonifazi; Marek Okolski; Jeannette Schoorl; Patrick Simon. International Migration in Europe. New trends and New Methods of Analysis, Amsterdam University Press- IMISCOE Series, pp.87-106, 2008, 9053568948. ⟨halshs-00331700⟩

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