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International Innovation Networks and Knowledge Migration : The German-Turkish Nexus, Hardback Book

International Innovation Networks and Knowledge Migration : The German-Turkish Nexus Hardback

Edited by Andreas Pyka, Yesim Rabia Kustepeli, Dominik Hartmann

Part of the Routledge/Lisbon Civic Forum Studies in Innovation series

Description

Migration is conceived differently in Europe compared with countries like the US, Canada or Australia.

International Innovation Networks and Knowledge Migration confronts traditional views on migration with modern theories of brain circulation and innovation networks, showing that migration leads to mutual benefits for both the home and host countriesThis new volume brings together several case studies and empirical in-depth analyses which are constructed from the strong migration relationship between Turkey and Germany that has existed for more than 50 years.

Bringing together over 20 international contributors, this book highlights that knowledge migration and cultural diversity can strongly stimulate entrepreneurial activities, competence acquisition and economic development of countries and regions.

The authors highlight the considerable scope for improvement of European migration policies in order to be better prepared to successfully process structural changes stemming from an aging society in Europe, and an increasing international division of labour. This volume is suitable for those who study industrial economics, international economics and European economics.

It is also of interest to those who want to delve deeper into the Turkish-German migration nexus.

Information

  • Format: Hardback
  • Pages: 344 pages, 62 Line drawings, black and white; 13 Halftones, black and white; 39 Tables, black and wh
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
  • Publication Date:
  • Category: Migration, immigration & emigration
  • ISBN: 9781138914018

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