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Discussion: transnationalism, migration and development Reflections on the Special Issue

International Development Planning Review (2011), 33, (4), 501–507.

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ACEMOGLU, D., JOHNSON, S. and ROBINSON, J. A. (2001), 'The colonial origins of comparative development: an empirical investigation', American Economic Review, 91, 1369–1401. The colonial origins of comparative development: an empirical investigation American Economic Review 91 1369 1401 Google Scholar

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GORDON, M. M. (1964), Assimilation in American Life: The Role of Race, Religion, and National Origins, New York, Oxford University Press. Assimilation in American Life: The Role of Race, Religion, and National Origins Google Scholar

GUARNIZO, L. E. (2003), 'The economics of transnational living', International Migration Review, 37, 666–699. The economics of transnational living International Migration Review 37 666 699 Google Scholar

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LANDOLT, P. (2001), 'Salvadoran economic transnationalism: embedded strategies for household maintenance, immigrant incorporation, and entrepreneurial expansion', Global Networks, 1, 217–42. Salvadoran economic transnationalism: embedded strategies for household maintenance, immigrant incorporation, and entrepreneurial expansion Global Networks 1 217 42 Google Scholar

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LEVITT, P. (2001), 'Transnational migration: taking stock and future directions', Global Networks, 1, 195–216. Transnational migration: taking stock and future directions Global Networks 1 195 216 Google Scholar

LUNGO, M. and KANDEL, S. (1999), Transformando El Salvador: Migración, Sociedad y Cultura, San Salvador, Fundación Nacional para el Desarrollo. Transformando El Salvador: Migración, Sociedad y Cultura Google Scholar

MASSEY, D. S. (1987), 'Understanding Mexican migration to the United States', American Journal of Sociology, 92, 1372–403. Understanding Mexican migration to the United States American Journal of Sociology 92 1372 403 Google Scholar

MASSEY, D. S. (1998), 'March of folly: US immigration policy after NAFTA', The American Prospect, 37, 22–33. March of folly: US immigration policy after NAFTA The American Prospect 37 22 33 Google Scholar

MERTON, R. K. (1936), 'The unanticipated consequences of purposive social action', American Sociological Review, 1, 894–904. The unanticipated consequences of purposive social action American Sociological Review 1 894 904 Google Scholar

NEE, V. and OPPER, S. (2009), 'Bureaucracy and financial markets', Kyklos, 62, 293–315. Bureaucracy and financial markets Kyklos 62 293 315 Google Scholar

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PORTES, A. (2000), 'The hidden abode: sociology as analysis of the unexpected', American Sociological Review, 65, 1–18. The hidden abode: sociology as analysis of the unexpected American Sociological Review 65 1 18 Google Scholar

PORTES, A., ESCOBAR, C. and ARANA, R. (2008), 'Bridging the gap: transnational and ethnic organizations in the political incorporation of immigrants in the United States', Ethnic and Racial Studies, 31, 1056–1090. Bridging the gap: transnational and ethnic organizations in the political incorporation of immigrants in the United States Ethnic and Racial Studies 31 1056 1090 Google Scholar

PORTES, A. and SMITH, L. D. (2008), 'Institutions and development in Latin America: a comparative study', Studies in Comparative and International Development, 43, 101–128. Institutions and development in Latin America: a comparative study Studies in Comparative and International Development 43 101 128 Google Scholar

ROBERTS, B. R., FRANK, R. and LOZANO-ASENCIO, F. (1999), 'Transnational migrant communities and Mexican migration to the United States', Ethnic and Racial Studies, 22, 238–66. Transnational migrant communities and Mexican migration to the United States Ethnic and Racial Studies 22 238 66 Google Scholar

SAXENIAN, A. L. (2006), The New Argonauts: Regional Advantage in a Global Economy, Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press. Google Scholar

SEN, A. (1999), Development as Freedom, New York, Alfred A. Knopf. Development as Freedom Google Scholar

STARK, O. (1991), The Migration of Labour, Cambridge, Basil Blackwell. The Migration of Labour Google Scholar

TILLY, C. (1998), Durable Inequality, Berkeley, University of California Press. Durable Inequality Google Scholar

UNDP (UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME) (2011), Human Development Reports, http://hdr.undp.org/en/humandev/ Google Scholar

VERTOVEC, S. (2004), 'Migrant transnationalism and modes of transformation', International Migration Review, 38, 970–1001. Migrant transnationalism and modes of transformation International Migration Review 38 970 1001 Google Scholar

WALLERSTEIN, I. (1974), The Modern World-System: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the European World-Economy in the Sixteenth Century, New York, Academic Press. The Modern World-System: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the European World-Economy in the Sixteenth Century Google Scholar

WORMALD, G. and SABATINI, F. (2005), 'Santiago de Chile bajo la Nueva Economia', in A. Portes, B. R. Roberts and A. Grimson (eds), Ciudades Latinoamericanas: Un Analisis Comparativo, Buenos Aires, Prometeo, 217–98. Santiago de Chile bajo la Nueva Economia Ciudades Latinoamericanas: Un Analisis Comparativo 217 98 Google Scholar

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ACEMOGLU, D., JOHNSON, S. and ROBINSON, J. A. (2001), 'The colonial origins of comparative development: an empirical investigation', American Economic Review, 91, 1369–1401. The colonial origins of comparative development: an empirical investigation American Economic Review 91 1369 1401 Google Scholar

ALBA, R. and NEE, V. (1997), 'Rethinking assimilation theory for a new era of immigration', International Migration Review, 31, 826–74. Rethinking assimilation theory for a new era of immigration International Migration Review 31 826 74 Google Scholar

ARRIGHI, G. (1994), The Long Twentieth Century: Money, Power, and the Origins of Our Times, London, Verso Books. The Long Twentieth Century: Money, Power, and the Origins of Our Times Google Scholar

BAIOCCHI, G. (2003), Radicals in Power: The Workers Party and Experiments in Urban Democracy in Brazil, London, Zed. Radicals in Power: The Workers Party and Experiments in Urban Democracy in Brazil Google Scholar

CASTLES, S. (2004), 'The factors that make and unmake migration policies', International Migration Review, 38, 852–884. The factors that make and unmake migration policies International Migration Review 38 852 884 Google Scholar

CASTLES, S. and MILLER, M. J. (2009), The Age of Migration, 4th edn, New York, The Guilford Press. Google Scholar

DELGADO-WISE, R. and COVARRUBIAS, H. N. (2006), The Reshaping of Mexican Labor Exports Under NAFTA: Paradoxes and Challenges, Zacatecas, Mexico, University of Zacatecas, International Network of Migration and Development. Google Scholar

DELGADO-WISE, R. and CYPHER, J. M. (2007), 'The strategic role of Mexican labor under NAFTA: critical perspectives on current economic integration', Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences, 610, 120–142. The strategic role of Mexican labor under NAFTA: critical perspectives on current economic integration Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 610 120 142 Google Scholar

EVANS, P. (1995), Embedded Autonomy: States and Industrial Transformation, Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press. Google Scholar

EVANS, P. (2004a), 'Development as institutional change: the pitfalls of monocropping and the potentials of deliberation', Studies in Comparative International Development, 38, 30–52. Development as institutional change: the pitfalls of monocropping and the potentials of deliberation Studies in Comparative International Development 38 30 52 Google Scholar

EVANS, P. (2004b), 'The challenges of the "institutional turn": interdisciplinary opportunities in development theory', in V. Nee and R. Swedberg (eds), The Economic Sociology of Capitalist Institutions, Princeton, NJ, Princeton University Press, 90–116. Google Scholar

GLICK SCHILLER, N. and FOURON, G. (1999), 'Terrains of blood and nation: Haitian transnational social fields', Ethnic and Racial Studies, 22, 340–66. Terrains of blood and nation: Haitian transnational social fields Ethnic and Racial Studies 22 340 66 Google Scholar

GORDON, M. M. (1964), Assimilation in American Life: The Role of Race, Religion, and National Origins, New York, Oxford University Press. Assimilation in American Life: The Role of Race, Religion, and National Origins Google Scholar

GUARNIZO, L. E. (2003), 'The economics of transnational living', International Migration Review, 37, 666–699. The economics of transnational living International Migration Review 37 666 699 Google Scholar

GUARNIZO, L. E. and SMITH, M. P. (1998), 'The locations of transnationalism', in M. P. Smith and L. E. Guarnizo (eds), Transnationalism from Below, New Brunswick, NJ, Transaction Books, 3–34. The locations of transnationalism Transnationalism from Below 3 34 Google Scholar

ITZIGSOHN, J., DORE, C., FERNANDEZ, E. and VAZQUEZ, O. (1999), 'Mapping Dominican transnationalism: narrow and broad transnational practices', Ethnic and Racial Studies, 22, 316–339. Mapping Dominican transnationalism: narrow and broad transnational practices Ethnic and Racial Studies 22 316 339 Google Scholar

LACROIX, T. (2005), Les Reseaux Maroccains du developpment, Paris, Presses de la Fondation Nationale de Sciences Politiques. Les Reseaux Maroccains du developpment Google Scholar

LANDOLT, P. (2001), 'Salvadoran economic transnationalism: embedded strategies for household maintenance, immigrant incorporation, and entrepreneurial expansion', Global Networks, 1, 217–42. Salvadoran economic transnationalism: embedded strategies for household maintenance, immigrant incorporation, and entrepreneurial expansion Global Networks 1 217 42 Google Scholar

LEUNG, M. W. H. (2008), 'Homeward bound investors: the role of overseas Chinese in China's economic development', in T. van Naerssen, E. Spaan and A. Zoomers (eds), Global Migration and Development, New York, Routledge, 288–308. Homeward bound investors: the role of overseas Chinese in China's economic development Global Migration and Development 288 308 Google Scholar

LEVITT, P. (2001), 'Transnational migration: taking stock and future directions', Global Networks, 1, 195–216. Transnational migration: taking stock and future directions Global Networks 1 195 216 Google Scholar

LUNGO, M. and KANDEL, S. (1999), Transformando El Salvador: Migración, Sociedad y Cultura, San Salvador, Fundación Nacional para el Desarrollo. Transformando El Salvador: Migración, Sociedad y Cultura Google Scholar

MASSEY, D. S. (1987), 'Understanding Mexican migration to the United States', American Journal of Sociology, 92, 1372–403. Understanding Mexican migration to the United States American Journal of Sociology 92 1372 403 Google Scholar

MASSEY, D. S. (1998), 'March of folly: US immigration policy after NAFTA', The American Prospect, 37, 22–33. March of folly: US immigration policy after NAFTA The American Prospect 37 22 33 Google Scholar

MERTON, R. K. (1936), 'The unanticipated consequences of purposive social action', American Sociological Review, 1, 894–904. The unanticipated consequences of purposive social action American Sociological Review 1 894 904 Google Scholar

NEE, V. and OPPER, S. (2009), 'Bureaucracy and financial markets', Kyklos, 62, 293–315. Bureaucracy and financial markets Kyklos 62 293 315 Google Scholar

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PORTES, A. (1999), 'Immigration theory for a new century: some problems and opportunities', in C. Hirschman, P. Kasinitz and J. DeWind (eds), The Handbook of International Migration: The American Experience, New York, Russell Sage Foundation, 21–33. Immigration theory for a new century: some problems and opportunities The Handbook of International Migration: The American Experience 21 33 Google Scholar

PORTES, A. (2000), 'The hidden abode: sociology as analysis of the unexpected', American Sociological Review, 65, 1–18. The hidden abode: sociology as analysis of the unexpected American Sociological Review 65 1 18 Google Scholar

PORTES, A., ESCOBAR, C. and ARANA, R. (2008), 'Bridging the gap: transnational and ethnic organizations in the political incorporation of immigrants in the United States', Ethnic and Racial Studies, 31, 1056–1090. Bridging the gap: transnational and ethnic organizations in the political incorporation of immigrants in the United States Ethnic and Racial Studies 31 1056 1090 Google Scholar

PORTES, A. and SMITH, L. D. (2008), 'Institutions and development in Latin America: a comparative study', Studies in Comparative and International Development, 43, 101–128. Institutions and development in Latin America: a comparative study Studies in Comparative and International Development 43 101 128 Google Scholar

ROBERTS, B. R., FRANK, R. and LOZANO-ASENCIO, F. (1999), 'Transnational migrant communities and Mexican migration to the United States', Ethnic and Racial Studies, 22, 238–66. Transnational migrant communities and Mexican migration to the United States Ethnic and Racial Studies 22 238 66 Google Scholar

SAXENIAN, A. L. (2006), The New Argonauts: Regional Advantage in a Global Economy, Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press. Google Scholar

SEN, A. (1999), Development as Freedom, New York, Alfred A. Knopf. Development as Freedom Google Scholar

STARK, O. (1991), The Migration of Labour, Cambridge, Basil Blackwell. The Migration of Labour Google Scholar

TILLY, C. (1998), Durable Inequality, Berkeley, University of California Press. Durable Inequality Google Scholar

UNDP (UNITED NATIONS DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME) (2011), Human Development Reports, http://hdr.undp.org/en/humandev/ Google Scholar

VERTOVEC, S. (2004), 'Migrant transnationalism and modes of transformation', International Migration Review, 38, 970–1001. Migrant transnationalism and modes of transformation International Migration Review 38 970 1001 Google Scholar

WALLERSTEIN, I. (1974), The Modern World-System: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the European World-Economy in the Sixteenth Century, New York, Academic Press. The Modern World-System: Capitalist Agriculture and the Origins of the European World-Economy in the Sixteenth Century Google Scholar

WORMALD, G. and SABATINI, F. (2005), 'Santiago de Chile bajo la Nueva Economia', in A. Portes, B. R. Roberts and A. Grimson (eds), Ciudades Latinoamericanas: Un Analisis Comparativo, Buenos Aires, Prometeo, 217–98. Santiago de Chile bajo la Nueva Economia Ciudades Latinoamericanas: Un Analisis Comparativo 217 98 Google Scholar

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