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Despite its status as one of the world’s leading emigration countries, empirical work on Morocco has been largely absent from the lively theoretical debate on migration and development. The social and economic impact of international migration on Moroccan migrant-sending regions is assessed here through a review of empirical studies.

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Type

Working paper

Publisher

International Migration Institute

Publication Date

01/2007

Volume

03

Total pages

47

Keywords

Morocco, migration theory, development