Globalization and Structural Changes of the International Labor Force
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From the Paper:"Why do people migrate from their countries to other places? This is a complicated and important question. It is complicated, for the effective factors that generate the migration phenomenon are variable over time. For example, differences in equilibrium level among national economies, differentiate wage levels among countries. The development of a modern capitalist world economies and finally the job-labor- reward hierarchy before the Second World War are important reasons for international migration. But these factors were not similar in all countries which experiencing migration at the same time. After the Second World War, the job-labor- reward hierarchy process changed structurally because of the generation of a new international division of labor. Before the world war, developing countries were exporting primary goods and developed countries were exporting industrial goods. After the world war because of the new on the world labor market and a real world industrial reserve army of workers, together with a world market for production sites, division and subdivision of the production process and the development of transport and communication technology, the developing countries thought about exporting industrial goods. Exportation of industrial goods has continued to this time. In addition, the globalization phenomenon has also begun. At the same time, day-by-day division and subdivision of the production processes grow and production sites are decreasing. This phenomenon has decreased the last motivating reasons for immigration like difference between wages, economic equilibrium, production sites and so on. In fact, nowadays, it seems that the main factors for immigration have been changed by globalization so that the traditional motivations for immigration have been replaced by social security and welfare."
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