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    Title: Migration between Southeast Asia and Taiwan: Trends, Characteristics, and Implications
    Authors: Ching-lung Tsay
    Keywords: International Migration;Migration and Development;Taiwan;Southeast Asia;Asymmetric Interaction
    Date: 2015/12/25
    Issue Date: 2016-10-22 02:10:47 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: Jakarta: Centreb for Business and Diplomatic Studies, BINUS University
    Abstract: The migration of human resources between Southeast Asia and Taiwan is significant, indicating a close bilateral relationship. This study takes the perspective of economic development to examine the migration flows, aiming to explore the migration impacts of differences in societal development. Based on the Taiwan-Southeast Asia relative development status, the study further theorizes the possible migration trends between the two places. Empirically, the investigation focuses on major types of migration from Indonesia, the Philippines, Thailand, and Vietnam to Taiwan, including contract workers, immigrant spouses, professionals and the skilled, as well as students. The Taiwan to Southeast Asia migration covers mainly those migrants induced by Taiwanese investment. According to available information, the migration between Taiwan and Southeast Asia is rather asymmetric, with the Southeast Asia to Taiwan flows far more important than the counter flows. This fact indicates an advantageous position for Taiwan to cultivate relations with the migrant sending nations. It also provides a niche for every source country to work closely with Taiwan in migration management and migrant protection, for the interests of both the places of origin and destination.
    Relation: Journal of ASEAN Studies 3(2), pp.68-92
    DOI: 10.21512/jas.v3i2.842
    Appears in Collections:[外交與國際關係學系全英語學士班] 期刊論文

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