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Title:

Impact of the Economic Crisis on International Labour Migration: Implications for APEC Economies and some Policy Implications

Author:

Graeme Hugo, Professor of Geography and Director of the National Centre for Social Applications of GIS, The University of Adelaide

Year:

2009

Source:

PECC 18 General Meeting, Washington DC

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