CARIM - Consortium for Applied Research on International Migration

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Description

This module of the database contains quantitative indicators. All indicators are on demographic and economic phenomena in relation to migration from, to or in transit by the countries of the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean (SEM) and Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) (hereafter “the Region”). Data are aggregated at the national level. They are either collected in countries of the Region, or in the rest of the world on migrants originated from the Region.

The list below provides tables that are useful in understanding migration. This is an ideal list, obtainable only in a country where the information system would be both exhaustive and transparent.

1. Data on population flows

a) Arrivals and Departures

MOV 1 Annual arrivals (A) and departures (D), Total

MOV 2 Annual arrivals (A) and departures (D) by citizenship

MOV 3 Annual arrivals (A) and departures (D) by citizenship and age and sex

MOV 4 Annual arrivals (A) and departures (D) by citizenship and type / purpose of migration

MOV 5 Annual arrivals (A) and departures (D) by citizenship and economic activity

MOV 6 Annual arrivals (A) and departures (D) by citizenship and qualification

MOV 7 Annual arrivals by country of origin (A) departures by country of destination (D)

MOV 8 Annual departures by citizenship and duration of stay

b) Other movements

MOV 9 Annual asylum applications lodged in the country by country of citizenship

MOV 10 Annual number of recognized refugees in the country, by country of citizenship

MOV 11 Annual asylum applications from the country, by country of asylum

MOV 12 Annual number of recognized refugees from the country, by country of asylum

MOV 13 Work permits granted to foreigners by citizenship and occupation

MOV 14 Work permits granted to nationals abroad, by country of residence and occupation

MOV 15 Residence permits to foreigners

MOV 16 Acquisitions of citizenship, by former citizenship, sex and occupation

MOV 17 Regularizations, by citizenship and occupation

MOV 18 Foreign students in the country

MOV 19 Nationals studying abroad

MOV 20 Other tables on movements

2. Data on population stocks

a) Total Population

POP 1 Population born in the country by citizenship

POP 2 Population by country of birth

POP 3 Population by citizenship

POP 4 Population born in the country by citizenship, age and sex

POP 5 Population by country of birth, age and sex

POP 6 Population by citizenship, age and sex

POP 7 Population by country of birth & date of arrival

POP 8 Population by citizenship & date of arrival

POP 9 Population born in the country by citizenship & family status

POP 10 Population by country of birth & family status

POP 11 Population by citizenship & family status

POP 12 Population born in the country by citizenship & level of education

POP 13 Population by country of birth & level of education

POP 14 Population by citizenship & level of education

POP 15 Population born in the country by citizenship & place of residence

POP 16 Population by country of birth & place of residence

POP 17 Population by citizenship & place of residence

POP 18 Residents temporarily abroad

b) Working age population

POP 19 Working age population, by type of activity and nationality

POP 20 Working age population, by branch of economic activity and nationality

POP 21 Working age population, by profession and nationality

POP 22 Working age population, by status at work and nationality

POP 23 Working age population, by sector (public/private) and nationality

POP 24 Working age population, by type of activity and birthplace

POP 25 Working age population, by occupation and birthplace

POP 26 Working age population, by status at work and birthplace

c) School age population

POP 27 Population at school, by sex, age and nationality

POP 28 Population at school, by sex, age and birthplace

d) Refugees

POP 29 Refugees in the country by nationality

POP 30 Refugees from the country, by country of asylum

3. Indirect estimates

a) Estimates of stocks of emigrants

POP 31 Emigrants by country of residence (various sources)

POP 32 Population registered in the consulates

POP 33 Emigrants by level of education

POP 34 Emigrants by economic activity

OTH Other tables

b) Estimates of irregular immigrant

SCH Through school records

HEA Through health records

VIT Through vital records

POL Through Police records (apprehended cases)

4. Population projections

PRO Projected population, by nationals / non-nationals

PRO Projected supply and demand on the labour market, by occupation

5. Other demographic data

MIGS Migration surveys

RET 1 Surveys of return migrants

Other Surveys

OTH

6. Economic and financial indicators

ECO 1 Remittances by expatriates (total)

ECO 2 Remittances by expatriates (by country of origin of the remittances)

ECO 3 Transfers by type

ECO 4 Direct foreign investments

ECO 5 Expatriates’ investments in country of origin

ECO 6 Expatriates' investment projects in country of origin

ECO 7 Immigrants’ investments in host country

ECO 8 Types and sectors of investments

Gender and Migration

CARIM has launched the new research topic: "Gender and Migration". Click here for more details and information on related events.

Highly-Skilled Migration

CARIM is currently publishing papers following research into Highly-Skilled Migration into, through and from the Southern and Eastern Mediterranean and Sub-Saharan Africa. Click on the link to view the papers in the series.

Migration Profiles

CARIM Migration Profiles provide an overview of demographic, economic, legal and sociopolitical aspects shaping migration in the country.
Click here for more information

Irregular Migration

CARIM has published 36 papers as a result of research into Irregular Migration in Southern and Eastern Mediterranean Countries.
Click on the link to view the papers in the series.

Circular Migration

CARIM has published 38 papers as a result of research into Circular migration in the Euro-Mediterranean area. Click on the link to view the papers in the series.

Iraqi refugees

CARIM has just published 10 papers on Iraqi Refugees in Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt and Turkey. Click on the link to view the papers.

Page last updated: 14/05/2010NULL