French connections: the networking strategies of French highly skilled migrants in London

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Ryan, Louise; Mulholland, Jon;
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

Although the migration studies literature often takes social networks for granted, these social ties are not spontaneous but require effort and nurturing. There has been insufficient research on the actual process of networking, especially among highly skilled migrants.... View more
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