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Alesina, A., A. Devleeschauwer, W. Easterly and S. Kurlat (2010), "FractionaUzation," Journal of Economic Growth, Vol. 8, No. 2, pp. 155-194.

Amadou B., F. Boyer and H. Mounkaila (2009), "Le Niger, espace d'emigration et de transit vers le sud et le nord du Sahara : role et comportement des acteurs, recompositions spatiales et transformations socio-economiques", in Document de synthese des projets du programme FSP 2003-74: migrations internationales, recompositions territoriales et developpement, pp. 109-120.

Amin, M. (2010), "Immigrants in the Informal Sector: Evidence from Africa", mimeo, available at:

Amor, H., A. Baali, O. Ouirari and A. Laassakri (2010), "Mode de vie, habitudes alimentaires et identite des immigrants senegalais au Maroc", presented at the African Migration Workshop, Dakar, November 2010.

Bensaad, A. (2003), "Agadez, carrefour migratoire sahelo-maghrebin", REMI, Vol. 19, No. 1.

Bossuroy, T. and J. Selway (2011), "Social Divisions and Interpersonal Transfers in India". Paper prepared for the OECD conference on Social Cohesion and Development in Paris, January.

Chua, A. (2003), "World on Fire: How exporting free-market democracies breeds ethnic hatred and global stability", William Heinemann, London.

CLO (2005), "Status of the Implementation of International Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination in Nigeria: an Alternative Report", Civil Liberties Organisation, 67th Session of the Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination, Lagos.

Dahou, K., T. Dahou and C. Gueye (2002), "Espaces Frontieres et Integration Regionale: Le cas 'SKBo'", ENDA, Dakar.

Fertig, M. (2004), "The Societal Integration of Immigrants in Germany", IZA Discussion Paper No. 1213, Bonn.

Guarnizo, L. E. (2003), "The Economics of Transnational Living", International Migration Review, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 666-699.

Haas, H. de (2007), “The Myth of Invasion: Irregular Migration from West Africa to the Maghreb and the European Union", IMI Research Report.

Haas, H. de (2011), “Migration Transitions: a theoretical and empirical inquiry into the developmental drivers of international migration", IMI Working Paper No. 24.

Hamood, S. (2006), “African Transit Migration through Libya to Europe: The Human Cost", FMRS, AUC, Cairo.

Human Rights Watch (2010), From the Tiger to the Crocodile: Abuse of Migrant Workers in Thailand, Human Rights Watch, New York, NY.

IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration, and Social Cohesion) (2010), “Migration in a Globalised World, New Research Issues and Prospects", Amsterdam University Press.

Lee, C. (2009), “Sociological Theories of Immigration: Pathways to Integration for US Immigrants", Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, Vol. 19, No. 6, pp.730-744.

Lucassen, L. (2005), “The Immigrant Threat: The Integration of Old and New Migrants in Western Europe since 1850", University of Illinois Press.

Martin, P. and J.E. Taylor (1996), “The Anatomy of a Migration Hump", in Taylor, J.E. (ed.), Development Strategy, Employment and Migration: Insights from Models, OECD, Paris, pp. 43-62.

Maxwell, R. (2010), “Evaluating Migrant Integration: Political Attitudes across Generations in Europe", International Migration Review, Vol.44, No. 1, pp.25-52.

OECD (2009a), Atlas regional de l'Afrique de l'Ouest, Club du Sahel et de l'Afrique de l'Ouest, OECD, Paris.

OECD (2009b), Is Informal Normal? Towards More and better Jobs in Developing Countries, OECD, Paris.

OECD (2010), Perspectives on Global Development 2010: Shifting Wealth, OECD, Paris.

Ozyurt, S. (2009), “Islam in Non-Muslim Spaces: How Religiosity of Muslim Immigrant Women Affect their Cultural and Civic Integration in Western Host Societies", The Center for Comparative Immigration Studies, UC-San Diego.

0stergaard-Nielsen, E. (2003), “The Politics of Migrants' Transnational Political Practices", International Migration Review, Vol. 37, No. 3, pp. 760-786.

Pellow, D. (2011), “Internal transmigrants: A Dagomba diaspora", American Ethnologist, Vol. 38, No. 1.

Ratha, D. and W. Shaw (2007), “South-South Migration and Remittances", World Bank Working Paper, No. 102, World Bank, Washington, DC.

Sadiq, K. (2009), “Paper Citizens: How Illegal Immigrants Acquire Citizenship in Developing Countries", Oxford University Press.

Simon, P (2011), “Benchmarking integration: Who, what and how", Ninth Coordination Meeting on International Migration, Population Division, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations, New York, NY, 17-18 February 2011.

Touzenis, K. (2010), “Trafficking in Human Beings", UNESCO Migration Studies 3, Paris.

Tufuor, T. (2009), “Gender and Women Housing Problems in Accra - The Case of Old Fadama", Ghana Ministry of Water Resources Works and Housing.

UNCTAD (2010), UNCTAD Handbook of Statistics, United Nations, New York, NY, and Geneva.

UN-Habitat (United Nations Human Settlements Programme) (2010), “State of the World's Cities 2010/2011: Bridging the Urban Divide", UN-Habitat, Nairobi.

UNHCR (2010), “Building partnerships for identifying, protecting, assisting and resolving the situation of stranded and vulnerable migrants", Global Migration Group Practitioners' Symposium, United Nations, Geneva, 27-28 May.

UNHCR (2011), “UNHCR Global Trends 2010", UNHCR, Geneva.

USDoS (United States Departement of State) (2010a), “International Religious Freedom Report 2010", USDoS, Washington, dC.

USDoS (2010b), “Human Rights Report 2010", USDoS, Washington, DC.

Vreyer, P. De, F. Gubert and F. Roubaud (2009), “Migration, Self-Selection and Returns to Education in the WAEMU", Open Access publications from Universite Paris- Dauphine.

Wolfensohn, J. (2007), “The Four Circles of a Changing World", International Herald Tribune, 4 June.

World Bank (2008), Migration and Remittances Factbook 2008, World Bank, Washington, DC.

World Bank (2010), Migration and Remittances Factbook 2011, World Bank,Washington, DC.

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