publication . Article . Preprint . 2015

Back to Square One: Socioeconomic Integration of Deported Migrants†

David , Mariana-Anda;
Open Access English
  • Published: 01 Jul 2015
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
Abstract
This paper addresses the issue of socioeconomic integration of forced return migrants, focusing on the Maghreb countries. Starting from the hypothesis that the return has to be prepared, we test whether a disruption in the migration cycle (such as deportation) increases the individual’s vulnerability and affects his integration from both a structural and sociocultural point of view, using the 2006 MIREM survey. We find that forced returnees are more vulnerable to negative labour market outcomes compared to voluntary returnees. The absence of forced returnees from the labour market, or their underperformances, creates a net loss for the origin country and also in...
Subjects
free text keywords: Return migration, forced migration, deportation, labour market, socioeconomic integration, Maghreb, Migration de retour, migration forcée, expulsion, marché du travail, intégration socioculturelle., intégration socio-culturelle, Migration de retour, migration forcée, expulsion, marché du travail, Maghreb, JEL: F - International Economics/F.F2 - International Factor Movements and International Business/F.F2.F22 - International Migration, JEL: J - Labor and Demographic Economics/J.J2 - Demand and Supply of Labor/J.J2.J24 - Human Capital • Skills • Occupational Choice • Labor Productivity, JEL: O - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth/O.O1 - Economic Development/O.O1.O15 - Human Resources • Human Development • Income Distribution • Migration, JEL: Z - Other Special Topics/Z.Z1 - Cultural Economics • Economic Sociology • Economic Anthropology/Z.Z1.Z13 - Economic Sociology • Economic Anthropology • Social and Economic Stratification, [QFIN]Quantitative Finance [q-fin], JEL : F - International Economics/F.F2 - International Factor Movements and International Business/F.F2.F22 - International Migration, JEL : J - Labor and Demographic Economics/J.J2 - Demand and Supply of Labor/J.J2.J24 - Human Capital • Skills • Occupational Choice • Labor Productivity, JEL : O - Economic Development, Innovation, Technological Change, and Growth/O.O1 - Economic Development/O.O1.O15 - Human Resources • Human Development • Income Distribution • Migration, JEL : Z - Other Special Topics/Z.Z1 - Cultural Economics • Economic Sociology • Economic Anthropology/Z.Z1.Z13 - Economic Sociology • Economic Anthropology • Social and Economic Stratification, [ QFIN ] Quantitative Finance [q-fin], jel:F22, jel:J24, jel:O15, jel:Z13, Vulnerability, Development economics, Social exclusion, Turnover, Incentive, Sociology, Demographic economics, Sociocultural evolution, Deportation, Socioeconomic status, Ethnology
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publication . Article . Preprint . 2015

Back to Square One: Socioeconomic Integration of Deported Migrants†

David , Mariana-Anda;