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1. Ginny Garcia (2011) Mexican American and Immigrant Poverty in the United States. Publisher. Springer. 143-167
This book provides a portrait of the experiences of poverty among Mexican Americans and the immigrants in the US. These two groups experience some of the highest rates of poverty and ethnic prejudice. The book offers the detail overview of the issue in a systematic empirical analysis and the details of the historical contexts associated with the Mexican immigrants.
2. Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo (2001) Immigrant Workers Cleaning and Caring in the Shadows of Affluence. Publisher. University of California Press. 101-125
This book discusses the immigrant workers cleaning and caring in the shadow of Affluence an oft overlook element of domestic labor in America.
3. Stephen Castles, Godula Kosack, (2003) Immigrant workers and class structure in Western Europe. Publisher. Published for the Institute of Race Relations, London, by Oxford University. 78-96
This book demonstrates the shift from economic expansion to long term stagnation affected the immigrants and provides a truly international perspective of the mass movement of workers from Southern Europe to the third world.
4. Prodromos Ioannou Panayiotopoulos (2012) Immigrant Enterprise in Europe and the USA. Publisher. Taylor & Francis. 184-208
This book disuses case study material regarding the immigrant run enterprises in EU and USA as it recognizes diversity as the first step to understand winner and losers in immigrant enterprises.
5. David E. Kyoso (2010) Immigrants in The United States. Publisher. Godfrey Mwakikagile. 207-216
This book covers a comprehensive understanding of the USA as a country and as a nation along with the American culture and some problems and challenges that the immigrants face in USA. The book also contains profiles of the immigrants and other foreigners and how they see USA.
6. Richard T. Herman, Robert L. Smith (2009) Immigrant, Inc.: Why Immigrant Entrepreneurs Are Driving the New Economy. Publisher. John Wiley & Sons. 118-129
This book is written by an immigration officer and is both a revelation and call to action that explores the uncommon skills and drive of immigrants of America.
7. George J. Borjas (2007) Mexican Immigration to the United States. Publisher. University of Chicago Press. 228-234
This volume provides a historical description of the Mexican immigration to the US and reports new findings along with the immigration influx which resulted in the rethinking of economic policy for decades.
8. OECD (2012) Recruiting Immigrant Workers Recruiting Immigrant Workers. Publisher. OECD Publishing. 119-135
This report discusses the recruitment process in Sweden after it reformed its labour migration management policy. This book answers the questions of that whether labour migration policy is efficiently working to meet labour market needs that were not being met, without adversely affecting the domestic labour market or not.
9. Joanna Apap (2002) The Rights of Immigrant Workers in the European Union. Publisher. Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. 102-113
The title evaluates the policies towards third world country national’s livings in EU. The studies analyse the existing legal framework o citizenship and migrant’s right in the EU. The book examines the policy implications and labour migration from the Maghreb Countries as well as the citizenship rights are extended to third country nationals.
10. Hiromi Mori (2005) Immigration Policy and Foreign Workers. Publisher. Palgrave Macmillan. 69-83
This book discusses the numerous aspects of the immigration into Japan and presents the current status of migrant workers as conditioned by Japanese immigration control system.
11. Ilona Bray (2011) U.S. Immigration. Publisher. Nolo. 351-366
This book provides an insight into the immigration system and how it works to show the readers who want to apply for immigration how they can qualify. It is a step by step guide to help the applicants about filling their applications and approach the US Citizenship and Immigration Services.
12. David Dyssegaard Kallick (2010) Immigrants and the Economy: Contributions of Immigrant Workers to the Country’s 25 Largest Metro Areas. Publisher. DIANE Publishing. 21-33
This book examines the economic role of an immigrant in the largest metro areas in USA. According to this book immigrants contribute to the economy in direct relation to the share of economy.
13. Barry Edmonston (2006) Statistics on U.S. Immigration: An Assessment of Data Needs for Future Research. Publisher. National Academies Press. 56-71
This book discusses the growing importance of immigrants in USA today and summarises the adequacy of US immigration data.
14. Georges Vernez (2009) Immigrant Women in the U.S. Workforce: Who Struggles? Who Succeeds? Publisher. Lexington Books. 79-85
This study presents the experiences of female immigrants in the US labour market over the time period of past thirty years. According to the research currently USA is home to more women immigrants then to men.