RETURN IN LATIN AMERICA.
Washington, D.C.: Hemispheric Migration Project, Center for Immigration Policy and Refugee Assistance, Georgetown University, 1989. First edition 39p., map, illus., wrps. Fine Paperback 0924046090 Migration and return are insparable phenomena in the history of international demographic displacements. This study leveled two criticisms: first, that job guarantees were lacking since many of the returned professionals could not find employment, and second, that policies were needed to address the planning, production, and use of skilled human resources. (Item ID: 167102)