Skilled Diasporas and Elite Migration in North America
This Dossier addresses the related topics of skilled diasporas and elite migration in North America, seen from the perspective of a group of relevant scholars based in Argentine, Chile, and Mexico. This is but a humble attempt to introduce the discussion on skilled migration in Latin America, that does not in any way exhaust the scholars in the region who have done research on the topic. In fact, this issue is a follow-up written testimony of the Colloquium “Skilled Diasporas and Elite in North America”, organized by the Center for Research on North America at UNAM in March 2018. Most of the articles thereby included have benefitted from a previous presentation at this event.
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