Ny�ri, P�l
July 2006
China Journal;Jul2006, Issue 56, p83
Academic Journal
The article interrogates the connection between the Chinese discourse of overseas development and the domestic stress on constructing civilization. It discusses entrepreneurial migration from China to other countries. It argues that the view of China as having taken up the torch of the global modernizing mission unites otherwise disparate groups. It discusses the role of international mobility in Chinese understandings of modernization.


Related Articles

  • Ways of regulating migration processes in the Russian Federation. Kulakov, V. // Problems of Economic Transition;Jan1999, Vol. 41 Issue 9, p7 

    Focuses on the migrational processes among regions of the Russian Federation. Migration problems and the measures to regulate it; Impact of migration problems to neighboring countries like Siberia and the Far East; Need for providing enough support for displaced populations; Illegal migration...

  • Maids to the city: migration patterns of female domestic servants from the province of Zeeland, the Netherlands (1850–1950) Bras, Hilde // History of the Family;2003, Vol. 8 Issue 2, p217 

    This article deals with the migration patterns of female domestic servants from the province of Zeeland in the Netherlands during the second half of the 19th and first half of the 20th centuries. The main topics are rates of servant migration, major destinations, strategies behind migration, and...

  • Canadians weren't in moving mode last year.  // Infomat: A Weekly Review;10/4/2002, p3 

    Reports that more Canadians were generally content to stay put in their respective provinces and territories in 2001. Number of individuals who relocated within their own provinces; Number of individuals who moved from one province to another; Number of people who moved into or out of the country.

  • The Determinants of Temporary Rural-to-Urban Migration in China. Li, Haizheng; Zahniser, Steven // Urban Studies (Routledge);Nov2002, Vol. 39 Issue 12, p2219 

    This paper evaluates the impact of various explanatory factors on temporary rural-to-urban migration in China using a series of probit models of the migration decision. The empirical basis of this work is a sample of 11 924 individuals, age 16-35 years, drawn from the 1995 data of the Chinese...

  • Migration and Development in Transition Economies of Southeastern Europe. King, Russell; Piracha, Matloob; Vullnetari, Julie // Eastern European Economics;Nov/Dec2010, Vol. 48 Issue 6, p3 

    This paper introduces an issue of Eastern European Economics on migration in Kosovo and Albania. It consists of four main parts. In the first two, we sketch the background to the large-scale emigration flows: from Kosovo since the 1960s, and from Albania since 1990. We also note the equally...

  • Introducion. Miloiu, Silviu // Valahian Journal of Historical Studies;2011, Vol. 15, p7 

    An introduction to the journal is presented that discusses the consequences of emigration and immigration.

  • editor's introduction. Moreman, John Andrew // disClosure;2008, Issue 17, p5 

    The article discusses various topics published within the issue, including the complex causes and consequences of migration, displacement, and mobility.

  • THE NEW WHITE FLIGHT.  // American Demographics;Jun2002, Vol. 24 Issue 6, p20 

    Introduces a series of articles on the emigration of U.S. citizens from the cities to suburban locations.

  • Reexaminando la migración a partir del Informe sobre Desarrollo Humano 2009. Lacomba, Joan; Benlloch, Cristina // Revista Española de Investigaciones Sociologicas;abr-jun2013, Issue 142, p93 

    Since the 1970s, the link between migration and development has been identified as a major topic of political and scientific debate. As a sign of a renewed interest in the issue, in 2009 the United Nations Development Programme published its Human Development Report (HDR) with the title...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics