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3 (Portes 2009).v Migration may also raise inequality initially, as only the relatively well-off have the resources to send workers abroad and therefore receive remittances (Lipton 1980). However, as migrant networks are established in the destination countries, the cost of migration falls so that
and the displaced people may be aggravated by perceived or actual inequality in the access to and use of natural resources, such as agricultural land, water, grazing areas, and fuelwood.
Income inequality measures fall into two categories: onenumber summary statistics, such as the Gini index- , and information about the income distribution at various points, such as shares of …
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4 THE CONTEXT Migration is a growing global phenomenon and most countries are simultaneously countries of origin, transit and destination for migrants. Conflicts, violence and natural disasters are among the root causes of migration
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