© 2006, Universidad de Huelva. All rights reserved. In this paper we review the analyses of migration from the point of view of labor markets. We discuss different analytical perspectives and we consider the relevance of the labor segmentation approach for understanding the labor dynamics that influence the majority of migration processes. We argue that migration processes are influenced both by the transformation of capitalist economies and by the specific institutions of each country (migration laws, welfare policies, etc.).
|Journal||Revista de Economia Mundial|
|Publication status||Published - 1 Jan 2006|
- Labor markets
- Labor segmentation