145 Int'l Lab. Rev. [i] (2006)

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1    Introduction
7    The potential of temporary migration programmes in future international
migration policy                                        Martin RUHS
This article explores the potential of temporary migration programmes (TMPs) for
managing international labour migration in a way that is both practical and sensitive.
Drawing upon the experiences of past and current TMPs, Ruhs discusses how TMPs
can: help high-income countries meet their market needs; provide people from low-
income countries with better access to labour markets in higher-income countries;
maximize migration's developmental impact on countries of origin; and address high-
income countries' concerns about the permanent settlement of migrants and the
diversity of their societies. In conclusion, he identifies the core considerations and pol-
icies needed to formulate and effectively implement TMPs.
37   The globalization of the labour market for health-care professionals
Paul F. CLARK, James B. STEWART and Darlene A. CLARK
The worldwide shortage of health-care workers has led to a brain drain that is negatively
affecting the health-care systems of less affluent countries. The authors study the factors
encouraging nurses and doctors to migrate, measure the costs and benefits of such
migration and analyse methods of foreign recruitment. They then look at the theories
that help explain this phenomenon: human capital theory, theories of neo-colonialism
and of globalization. They conclude with a policy discussion of possible strategies, which

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