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Adams, R. H. (2009). The Determinants of International Remittances in Developing Countries. World Development,37(1), 93-103.

Adepoju, A. (2008) Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa. Current African Issues, 37. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet.

Agrawal, A., Kapur, D. and McHale, J. (2007). “Brain Drain or Brain Bank? The Impact of Skilled Emigration on Poor-Country Innovation” NBER Working Paper No. 14592, The National Bureau of Economic Research, Cambridge.

Aguinas, D. R., (ed.)(2009). Closing the Distance: How Governments Strengthen Ties with Their Diasporas. Washington: Migration Policy Institute.

Agwu, K. and Llewelyn, M. 2009. Compensation for the Brain Drain from Developing Countries. The Lancet, 373(9676), 1665-1666.

Akinboade, O.A. (1999). Agriculture and the Migration of Labour to a Capital City: The Case of Gaborone, Botswana. Development Southern Africa, 14, 237-253.

Akl, E. A., Maroun, N., Major, S., Afif, C., Chahoud, B., Choucair, J., Sakr, M. and Schünemann, H. J. (2007). Why are you Draining your Brain? Factors Underlying Decisions of Graduating Lebanese Medical Students to Migrate. Social Science & Medicine, 64, 1278-1284.

Algotsson, E. and Klaaren, J. (2002). Foreigners: Victims of Human Rights Abuses and Violence Perpetrated by Agents of the State.

Allen, V. (1992). The History of Black Mineworkers in South Africa. Keighley: Moor Press.

Altman, Miriam, "Time to Mobilise Frustrated Jobless Youth" HSRC Review 6 (3) (September 2008):19-20.

Amanor-Wilks, D.E. (1995). In Search of Hope For Zimbabwe's Farmworkers. London/Harare: The Panos Institute/Dateline Southern Africa.

Amin, M., and Mattoo, A. (2007). Migration from Zambia: Ensuring Temporariness through Cooperation. World Bank Policy Research Working Paper No. 4145. Zambia: World Bank.

Anarfi, J., Quartey, P. and Agyei, J. (2010). Key Determinants of Migration among Health Professionals in Ghana. Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalisation and Poverty.

Apalata, T., Kibiribiri, E. T., Knight, S. and Lutge, E. (2007). Refugees' Perceptions of their Health Status & Quality of Health Care Services in Durban, South Africa: A Community-Based Survey. Durban, South Africa: Health Systems Trust.

Arrington, A. L. (2009). Competitive Labour: Division between Zambian and Zimbabwean Workers. African Studies, 68(1), 163-183.

Association for Higher Education and Development (AHEAD). 2004. Semantics Aside: The Role of the African Diaspora in Africa’s Capacity Building. Ottawa, ON.

Ault, D., & Rutman, G. (1992). Effects of Social Political and Economic Constraints on the Black Africans' Allocation of Time. Oxford Economic Papers, 44, 135-155.

Avato, J., Koettl, J. and Sabates-Wheeler, R. (2010). Social Security Regimes, Global Estimates, and Good Practices: The Status of Social Protection for International Migrants. World Development, 38(4), 455-466.

Babu, S., & Hassan, R. (1995). International Migration and Environmental Degradation: The Case of Mozambican Refugees and Forest Resources in Malawi. Journal of Environmental Management, 43, 233-247.

Bailey, A. J. (2009). Population Geographies, Gender, and the Migration-Development Nexus. Progress in Human Geography, 1-12.

Bailey, T. (2003). Skills Migration. Human Resources Development Review. (Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Centre), pp.234-255.

Baker, J., & Aina, T. (1995). The Migration Experience in Africa. Uppsala: Nordiska Africainstitutet.

Bakewell, O. (2009). “Which Diaspora for Whose Development? Some Critical Questions about the Roles of African Diaspora Organization as Development Actors” DIIS Brief, Denmark: Danish Institute for Development Studies.

Bakewell, O. (2009). “South-South Migration and Human Development: Reflections on African Experiences.” Working Paper No. 15, International Migration Institute, University of Oxford.

Bank, L. (1997). Town and Country: Urbanisation and Migration. SA Labour Bulletin, 21, 20-26.

Barling, J., & Kelloway, E.K. (1996). Job Insecurity and Health: The Moderating Role of Workplace Control. Stress Medicine, 12, 253-259.

Bateman, C. (2009). SA Medical Schools to Rescue Zimbabwe's Aspirant Doctors. South African Medical Journal, 99(4), 214-218.

Bateman, C. (2010). Ham-Fisted Policies, Overworked Officials Put Foreign Doctors 'On Ice'. South African Medical Journal, 100(3), 135-140.

Bauer, G. (1998). Labor and Democracy in Namibia, 1971-1996. Athens: Ohio University Press.

Belvedere, F., Pigou, P. and Handmaker, J. (2001). Realising Rights: The Development of Health and Welfare Policies for Asylum Seekers and Refugees in South Africa . Braamfontein: United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees and Community Agency for Social Enquiry.

Belvedere, M.F., "Beyond Xenophobia: Contested Identities and the Politics of Refugees in Post-Apartheid South Africa" PhD. Dissertation, University of Minnesota, January 2006.

Berstein, A., Schlemmer, L., & Simkins, C. (1998). A Proposed Policy Framework for Controlling Cross-Border Migration to South Africa. In A. Bernstein & M. Weiner. (eds.) Migration and Refugee Policies: An Overview. London/New York: Pinter.

Bezuidenhout, M.M., Joubert, G., Hiemstra, L.A. and Struwig, M.C. (2009). Reasons for Doctor Migration from South Africa. South African Family Practice, 51(3), 211-215.

Bhargava, K., Sharma, J. C., and Salehi, S. (2008). “Building Bridges: A Case Study on the Role of the Indian Diaspora in Canada.” The Centre for the Study of Democracy, Queen’s University.

Bloch, A. (2008). "Gaps in Protection: Undocumented Zimbabwean Migrants in South Africa". Working Paper No. 38. Forced Migration Studies Programme, University of Witwatersrand.

Bouare, O. (2007). Internal Migration and the Spread of HIV/AIDS in South Africa. The Social Sciences 2 (4), 405-411.

Bouillon, A. (1998). Immigration and Immigrants in South Africa. Revue Europeenne Des Migrations Internationales, 14, 193-219.

Bouillon, A. (2001). Francophone African Migrants in South Africa: A Broad Overview. In A. Morris & A. Bouillon. (eds.) African Immigration to South Africa: Francophone Migration of the 1990s. Pretoria: Protea & IFAS.

Bouillon, A. (2001). African Francophone Migrants to South Africa: Languages, Images and Relationships. In A. Morris & A. Bouillon. (eds.) African Immigration to South Africa: Francophone Migration of the 1990s. Pretoria: Protea & IFAS.

Brand, V., Mupedziswa, R., & Gumbo, P. (1996). Structural Adjustment, Women and Informal Trade in Harare. In Structural Adjustment and the Working Poor in Zimbabwe. Uppsala: Nordiska Afrikainstitutet.

Brier, M., Wildschut, A., and McQolozona, T. (2009). Migration of South African Nurses. In M. Breier, A. Wildschut and T. Mgqolozana. (eds). Nursing in a New Era: The Profession and Education of Nurses in South Africa. Pretoria: HSRC.

Brown, S. S. (2006). Can Remittances Spur Development? A Critical Survey. International Studies Review, 8, 55-75.

Brown, M., Kaplan, D. and Meyer, J.-M. (2000). An Outline of Skilled Emigration from South Africa. Africa Insight , 30, 41-47.

Brubaker, R. (2005). The ‘Diaspora’ Diaspora. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 28(1), 1-19.

Brunk, M. (1996). Undocumented Migration to South Africa: More Questions Than Answers. Public Information Series No. 4. Cape Town: Institute for Democracry in South Africa.

Bryson, D. F. and Potts, D. (eds). (2006). African Urban Economies: Viability, Vitality or Vitiation?  New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.

Campbell, C. (1997). Migrancy, Masculine Identities and AIDS: The Psychological Context of HIV Transmission on the South African Gold Mines. Social Science and Medicine, 45 , 273-281.

Campbell, E. (2000). Perspectives on the Emigration Potential of Skilled Batswana. Africa Insight , 30, 48-55.

Campbell, E. (2001). Preferences for Emigration among Skilled Citizens in Botswana. International Journal of Population Geography , 7, 151-171.

Campbell, E.K. (2006). Reflections on Illegal Immigration in Botswana and South Africa. African Population Studies, 21(2), 1-23.

Campbell, E.K. (2008). Moderating Poverty: The Role of Remittances from Migration in Botswana. Africa Development, 23(2), 91-115.

Campbell, E.K. (2009) The Role of Remittances in Botswana: Does Internal Migration Really Reward Sending Families? Population, Space and Place, 16, 800-807.

Carim, X. (1995). Illegal Migration to South Africa. Africa Insight, 25 , 221-223.

Carter, S. (2005). The Geopolitics of Diaspora. Area, 37(1), 54-63.

Castelijn, A. (1995). Migration Trend in South Africa. Pretoria: Central Statistical Service.

Castles, S. and Miller, M. J. (2009). The Age of Migration: International Population Movements in the Modern World. 4th edition. New York, NY: Guilford Press.

Castles, S. and Wise, R. D. (eds.)(2008). Migration and Development: Perspectives from the South. Geneva: International Organization for Migration.

Centre for Development and Enterprise. (2008). "Immigrants in Johannesburg: Estimating Numbers and Assessing Impacts, "Centre for Development and Enterprise.

Central Bank of Lesotho. (1995). Survey of Basotho Migrant Mineworkers April 1992-March 1993: Volume I - Survey Design, Implementation and Administration. Maseru: Central Bank of Lesotho.

Central Bank of Lesotho. (1995). Survey of Basotho Migrant Mineworkers April 1992-March 1993: Volume II - Analytical Report and Statistical Tables. Maseru: Central Bank of Lesotho.

Centre for Development and Enterprise. (1997). People on the Move: Lessons from International Migration Policies. Migration Series No. 6. Johannesburg: Centre for Development and Enterprise.

Centre for Development and Enterprise. (1997). People on the Move: A New Approach to Cross-Border Migration in South Africa. Migration Series No. 7. Johannesburg: Centre for Development and Enterprise.

Centre for Development and Enterprise. (1999). The 1996 Census: Key Findings, Problem Areas, Issues. CDE Round Table No. 3. Johannesburg: Centre for Development and Enterprise.

Centre for Development and Enterprise. (2000). Becoming 'The World's Most Promising Emerging Market': Is Government's White Paper on International Migration Good Enough? Johannesburg: Centre for Development and Enterprise.

Cheater, A. (1998). Transcending the State? Gender and Borderline Constructions of Citizenship in Zimbabwe. In T. Wilson and H. Donnan (eds.) Border Identities: Nation and State at International Frontiers . Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cheater, A., & Gaidzanwa, R.B. (1996). Citizenship in Neo-Patrilineal States: Gender and Mobility in Southern Africa. Journal of Southern African Studies, 22 , 189-200.

Chikanda, A. (2003). "The Emigration Potential of Skilled Zimbabweans: Perceptions, Current Migration Patterns, Trends and Policy Responses" MA Thesis, University of Zimbabwe.

Chimere-Dan, O. (1996). Migrants From Other African Countries in South Africa. SA Labour Bulletin, 20, 45-47.

Chirwa, W.C. Recent Demographic and Migration Trends in Malawi, Zomba, Malawi: University of Malawi.

Chirwa, W.C. (1995). Malawian Migrant Labour and the Politics of HIV/AIDS, 1985 to 1993. In J. Crush & W. James. (eds.) Crossing Boundaries: Mine Migrancy in a Democratic South Africa. Cape Town/Ottawa: Institute for Democracy in South Africa/International Development Research Centre.

Chirwa, W.C. (1996). The Malawi Government and South African Labour Recruiters, 1974-92. Journal of Modern African Studies, 34, 623-642.

Chirwa, W.C. (1997). 'No TEBA...Forget TEBA': The Plight of Malawian Ex-Migrant Workers to South Africa, 1988-1994. International Migration Review, 31 , 628-654.

Chirwa, W.C. (1997). Migrant Labour, Sexual Networking and Multi-Partnered Sex in Malawi. Health Transition Review, 7, 5-15.

Chirwa, W.C. (1998). Aliens and AIDS in Southern Africa: The Malawi-South African Debate. African Affairs, 97 , 53-79.

Christie, K. (1997). Security and Forced Migration Concerns in South Africa. African Security Review, 6, 42-48.

Clemens, M. (2009). Skill Flow: A Fundamental Reconsideration of Skilled-Worker Mobility and Development. Working Paper No 180. Washington, DC: Center for Global Development.

Cliggett, L. (2005). Remitting the Gift: Zambian Mobility and Anthropological Insights for Migration Studies. Population, Space and Place, 11, 35-48.

Cobbe, J. (1995). Macroeconomic Statistical Evidence From Lesotho. In J. Crush & W. James. (eds.) Crossing Boundaries: Mine Migrancy in a Democratic South Africa. Cape Town/Ottawa: Insitute for Democracy in South Africa/International Development Research Centre.

Cobbe, J. (1997). Labour Migration from Lesotho: Implications for South African Labour Market Policies. In H. Bass, r. Kappel, F. Messner, M Wauschkuhn, K. Wohlmuth. (eds.) Regional Perspectives on Labour and Employment: African Development Perspectives Yearbook . Münster: LIT Verlag.

Cohen, R. (1997). Brain Drain Migration. In J. Crush & F. Veriava. (eds.) Transforming South African Migration and Immigration Policy. Cape Town/Kingston: Southern African Migration Project.

Cohen, R. (1997). International Migration: Southern Africa in Global Perspective. In J. Crush & F. Veriava. (eds.) Transforming South African Migration and Immigration Policy. Cape Town and Kingston: Southern African Migration Project.

Commander, S., Kangasniemi, M. And Winters, L. A. (2002). “The Brain Drain: Curse or Boon? A Survey of the Literature.” Paper prepared for the CEPR/NBER/SNS International Seminar on International Trade, Stockholm, 24-25 May.

Connell, J. (ed)(2008). The International Migration of Health Workers. New York, NY: Routledge.

Connell, J., Zurn, P., Stilwell, B., Awases, M. and Braichet, J. (2007). Sub-Saharan Africa: Beyond Health Worker Migration Crisis? Social Science & Medicine, 64, 1876-1891.

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Conwaym D. and Potter R. B. (eds.)(2009). Return Migration of the Next Generation: 21st Century Transnational Mobility. Surrey, England: Ashgate.

Cooper, C. (1997). Immigration Policy: Nationalism, Bilateralism and Regionalism. In J. Crush & F. Veriava. (eds.) Transforming South African Migration and Immigration Policy. Cape Town/Kingston: Southern African Migration Project.

Coplan, D. (1994). In the Time of the Cannibals: The Word Music of South Africa's Basotho Migrants. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Coplan, D. (1995). Damned If We Know: Public Policy and the Future of the Migrant Labour System. In J. Crush, W. James, F. de Vletter, & D. Coplan. (eds.) Labour Migrancy in Southern Africa: Prospects for Post-Apartheid Transformation. Cape Town: University of Cape Town.

Coplan, D. (2001). A River Runs Through It: The Meaning of the Lesotho-Free State Border. African Affairs , 100, 81-116.

Coplan, D. (2001). You Have Left Me Wandering About: Basotho Women and the Culture of Mobility. In D.L. Hodgson and S.A. McCurdy. (eds.) "Wicked" Women and the Reconfiguration of Gender in Africa . Portsmouth, NH: Heinemann/Oxford: James Currey/Cape Town: David Philip, 2001.

Coplan, D., & Thoahlane, T. (1995). Motherless Households, Landless Farms: Employment Patterns Amongst Lesotho Migrants. In J. Crush & W. James. (eds.) Crossing Boundaries: Mine Migrancy in a Democratic South Africa. Cape Town/Ottawa: Institute for Democracy in South Africa/International Development Research Centre.

Cornelissen, S. (2009). Migration Regimes and the Politics of Difference in Contemporary Southern Africa. The Round Table, 98(402), 347-360.

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Cross, C., Gelderblom, D., Roux, N. and Mafukidze, J. (2006). "Views on Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa." Proceeding of an African Migration Alliance Workshop, Cape Town: South Africa.

Cross, C., Seager, J., Wentzel, M., Mafukidze, J., Hoosen, F. and van Zyl, J. (2009). "Migration Management Challenges in South Africa: The Next Ten Years." Report presented to Centre for Development and Enterprise, Pretoria.

Croucher, S. (1998). South Africa's Illegal Aliens: Constructing National Boundaries in a Post-Apartheid State. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 21(4), 639-660.

Crush, J. (1991). The Chains of Migrancy and the Southern African Labour Commission. In C. Dixon & M.J. Heffernan. (eds.) Colonialism and Development in the Contemporary World. London/New York: Mansell Publishing.

Crush, J. (1992). Inflexible Migrancy: New Forms of Migrant Labour on the South African Gold Mines. Labour, Capital and Society, 25, 46-71.

Crush, J. (1995). Mine Migrancy in the Contemporary Era. In J. Crush & W. James. (eds.) Crossing Boundaries: Mine Migrancy in a Democratic South Africa. Cape Town/Ottawa: Institute for Democracy in South Africa/International Development Research Centre.

Crush, J. (1997). Contract Migration to South Africa: Past, Present and Future. In J. Crush & F. Veriava. (eds.) Transforming South African Migration and Immigration Policy. Cape Town/Kingston: Southern African Migration Project.

Crush, J. (1997). Temporary Work and Migration Policy in South Africa. In J. Crush & F. Veriava. (eds.) Transforming South African Migration and Immigration Policy. Cape Town/Kingston: Southern African Migration Project.

Crush, J. (1998). Beyond Control: Immigration and Human Rights in a Democratic South Africa. Cape Town: Institute for Democracy in South Africa/International Development Research Centre.

Crush, J. (1998). Immigration, Human Rights and the Constitution. In J. Crush. (ed.) Beyond Control: Immigration and Human Rights in a Democratic South Africa. Cape Town: Institute for Democracy in South Africa/Southern African Migration Project.

Crush, J. (1999). Fortress South Africa and the Deconstruction of the Apartheid Migration Regime. Geoforum, 30, 1-11.

Crush, J. (1999). The Discourse and Dimensions of Irregularity in Post-Apartheid South Africa. International Migration, 37, 125-151.

Crush, J. (2000). Migrations Past: An Historical Overview of Cross-Border Movement in Southern Africa. In D. McDonald. (ed.) On Borders: Perspectives on Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa. New York: St Martin's Press.

Crush, J., James, W., de Vletter, F., & Coplan, D. (1995). Labour Migrancy in Southern Africa: Prospects for Post-Apartheid Transformation. Cape Town: Labour Law Unit, University of Cape Town.

Crush, J. & James, W. (eds.)(1995). Crossing Boundaries: Mine Migrancy in a Democratic South Africa. Cape Town/Ottawa: Insitute for Democracy in South Africa/International Development Research Centre.

Crush, J., & James, W. (1995). The Politics of Normalisation: Mine Migrancy in a Democratic South Africa. In J. Crush & W. James. (eds.) Crossing Boundaries: Mine Migrancy in a Democratic South Africa. Cape Town/Ottawa: Institute for Democracy in South Africa/International Development Research Centre.

Crush, J., Jeeves, A., & Yudelman, D. (1992). South Africa's Labor Empire: A History of Black Migrancy to the Gold Mines. Cape Town/Boulder: David Philip/Westview Press.

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Crush, J. & Veriava, F. (eds.)(1997). Transforming South African Migration and Immigration Policy: A Selection of the Briefing Papers Presented to the Green Paper Task Team of International Migration Appointed by the Minister of Home Affairs. Kingston/Cape Town: Southern African Migration Project/Institute for Democracy in South Africa.

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