alexa The Impact of Migration: A (Natural) Disaster?

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The Impact of Migration: A (Natural) Disaster?

Millions of people are on the move. They migrate to another country to improve their life and to escape poverty, violence, or impotence to change their direct living environment. Their migration is facilitated by modern information technologies, affordable transport facilities and social networks. Source and destination of migration determine how migration is seen and understood. Migration between economically developed countries is regarded as greasing oil for the economy to compensate temporary shortages in certain types of labour.

Citation: Zorlu A (2012) The Impact of Migration: A (Natural) Disaster? J Geogr Nat Disast 2:e110.

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