29 Int'l Migration Rev. 1 (1995)

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INTERNATIONAL
MIGRATION

REVIEW


VOLUME   XXIX              NUMBER I                  SPRING   1995

3          Introduction
           WILAWAN KANJANAPAN
           MARK R. ROSENZWEIG
7          The Immigration of Asian Professionals to the United
           States: 1988-1990
           WILAWAN KANJANAPAN
33         Beyond Little Taipei: The Development of Taiwanese
           Immigrant Businesses in Los Angeles
           YEN-FEN TSENG
59         Asian New York: The Geography and Politics of Diversity
           CHRISTOPHERJ. SMITH
85         Do Immigrants Screened for Skills Do Better than
           Family Reunification Immigrants?
           GUILLERMINAJASSO AND MARK R. ROSENZWEIG
112        Wage Mobility of Undocumented Workers in the United States
           MARTA TIENDA AND AUDREY SINGER
139        International Labor Migration through Multinational
           Enterprises
           RUEYLING TZENG
155        International Migration: Demographic and Socioeconomic
           Consequences in the United Kingdom and Europe
           DAVID COLEMAN
207        From 'White Australia' to 'Part of Asia': Recent Shifts in
           Australian Immigration Policy Towards the Region
           JAMES JUPP
229        The South-to-North Migration of Women
           HANIA ZLOTNIK

DOCUMENTATION
255        Proposition 187 in California
           PHILIP MARTIN

BOOK  REVIEWS
264        The Work of Strangers: A Survey of International Labour Migration
           Ieter Stalker
           PHILIP MARTIN

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