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Dear All:

Responding to a previous email, here are two recent articles on migration
networks:

1.  Mckenzie, David and Rapoport. 2007.  "Network effects and the dynamics
of migration and inequality: Theory and evidence from Mexico." Journal of
Development Economics 84 (2007): 124.

2.  Krissman, Fred. 2005.  "Sin Coyote Ni Patron: Why the Migrant Network
Fails to Explain International Migration." International Migration Review
39(1) : 4-44.

Also, here's an excellent book that covers social networks and immigration:
http://www.amazon.com/Deflecting-Immigration-Networks-Markets-Regulation/dp/0871545373

Cordially,
Alvaro

-- 
Alvaro Huerta
Doctoral Student,
Dept. of City & Regional Planning (UC Berkeley)
Profile: grad.berkeley.edu/publications/thegraduate/2008/2008_world_2.pdf

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