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Migracje a globalizacja
Bank i Kredyt, (dodatek) - Globalizacja od A do Z, 2003, nr 6, 31 s., tab., wykr. bibliogr. 28 poz.
Globalizacja, Migracja, Migracja zarobkowa, Rynek pracy
Globalization, Migration, Economic migration, Labour market
W opracowaniu autor porusza następujące tematy:
globalizacja a migracja,
imigranci na rynku pracy,
nowe formy migracji,
migracje globalne a interes ekonomiczny.
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