Asis, Maruja M. B.; Piper, Nicola and Raghuram, Parvati
International migration and development in Asia: Exploring knowledge frameworks.
International Migration, 48(3) pp. 76–106.
There is revived interest and debate on the relation between international migration and development, with Asia emerging as one important locus for such deliberations. A number of institutions, journals, people and organizations have emerged as key players in these discussions but so far there have been few attempts to investigate the information gathered from the perspective of "knowledge production". This paper's objective, therefore, is to outline some of the ways in which knowledge about migration and development is being produced in Asia. We focus on selected aspects of knowledge production to identify the lenses through which much of the work is currently generated and the research imagination resulting from existing approaches.
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