Managing Migration to Support Inclusive and Sustainable Growth
Since 2011, ADBI and the OECD have held an annual Roundtable on Labor Migration in Asia. The success of these events reflects the realization that meeting challenges means reaching out to colleagues in other countries. This report builds on these round tables and aims to identify innovative models for managing new and emerging forms of labor migration. To that end, it also provides, for the first time in a single publication, a statistical overview of international migration in some Asian countries. These data—assembled from different sources, and still reflecting the partial coverage of the phenomenon in many countries—should help readers to understand the impact and role of international migration in Asia.
The views expressed in this book are the views of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the Asian Development Bank Institute nor the Asian Development Bank. Names of countries or economies mentioned are chosen by the authors, in the exercise of his/her/their academic freedom, and the Institute is in no way responsible for such usage.
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(posted 23 January 2013 / 10:49:39 AM)
first idea comes to mind after reading the title is to create a hub or central point for Asian countries where the demand and supply or availability of labor should be managed. by doing this the labor can be managed in well manner. manor