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No study has been conducted linking Chinese migrants’ subjective well-being (SWB) with urban ,inequality,. This paper presents the effects of income and ,inequality, on their SWB using a total of 128,000 answers to a survey question about “happiness”. We find evidence for a satiation point above which higher income is no longer associated with greater well-being.
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Immigration Status and Workplace ,Inequalities, “The study of migrations in the contemporary world is central to my research,” says Shannon Gleeson. She is an interdisciplinary social scientist, in conversation with migration debates across disciplines—ranging from sociology to law and society, Latin American and Latinx studies, and industrial and labor relations.
“It is high time to reduce the vulnerabilities of ,migrant workers,”, says Amina Maharjan, Senior Specialist in Livelihoods and Migration at ICIMOD, Kathmandu. Amina Maharjan is second up in the Global Research Programme on ,Inequality,’s (GRIP) miniseries of interviews on the current COVID-19 pandemic and its effects on the multiple dimensions of ,inequality,.
Third Regular Session. Begun and held in Metro Manila, on Monday, the twenty-seventh day of July, two thousand nine. REPUBLIC ACT No. 10022. AN ACT AMENDING REPUBLIC ACT NO. 8042, OTHERWISE KNOWN AS THE ,MIGRANT WORKERS, AND OVERSEAS FILIPINOS ACT OF 1995, AS AMENDED, FURTHER IMPROVING THE STANDARD OF PROTECTION AND PROMOTION OF THE WELFARE OF ,MIGRANT WORKERS,…
The COVID-19 pandemic now cruelly highlights those ,inequalities, – from catching the virus, to staying alive, to coping with its dramatic economic consequences. Some groups, such as ,migrant workers, and ,workers, in the informal economy, are particularly affected by the economic consequences of the virus.