South Asians in the Middle East: a bibliography


Addleton, J. S. (Jonathan S.)
     Undermining the centre : the Gulf migration and Pakistan / Jonathan S.
   Addleton.  1st ed.  Karachi : Oxford University Press, 1992.
       UCB   Main      HD5820.5.A6 A22 1992

Asian labor migration : pipeline to the Middle East / edited by Fred Arnold
   and Nasra M. Shah.  Boulder : Westview, 1986.
     Series title:  Westview special studies in international migration.
       UCB   AsianAmer HD8656 .A85 1985
       UCB   Bus&Econ  HD8656 .A851 1986
       UCB   Main      HD8656 .A851 1986

Brochmann, Grete.
     Middle East avenue : female migration from Sri Lanka to the Gulf / Grete
   Brochmann.  Boulder : Westview Press, c1993.
       UCB   Main      HD8662 .B76 1993
       UCB   Moffitt   HD8662 .B76 1993

Chandra Mowli, V., 1937-
     Bridging the "Gulf" : India's manpower migrations to West Asia / V.
   Chandra Mowli.  New Delhi : Sterling Publishers, c1992.
       NRLF           B 3 880 064 

Gilani, Ijaz.
     Citizens slaves, guest-workers : the dynamics of labour migration from
   South Asia / Ijaz Shafi Gilani with Jonathan S. Addelton.  Islamabad,
   Pakistan : Institute of Policy Studies, c1985.
       UCB   Main      HD6300 .G61 1985

Gilani, Ijaz.
     Labour migration from Pakistan to the Middle East and its impact on the
   domestic economy / Ijaz Gilani, M. Fahim Khan, Munawar Iqbal.  Islamabad :
   Pakistan Institute of Development Economics, 1981-
     Series title:  Research report series / Pakistan Institute of Development
   Economics ; no. 126, etc.
       UCB   Main      HC440.5.A1 P3 R4, no.126-128 pt. 1-3 (1981)

The Gulf crisis and South Asia : studies on the economic impact / edited by
   Piyasiri Wickramasekara.  [New Delhi] : United Nations Development Programme
   : Asian Regional Team for Employment Promotion, 1993.
       UCB   Main      HD8656 .G85 1993
       UCR   Rivera    DS79.738 .G86 1993
       SRLF            AA0003342482

Korale, R. B. M.
     Middle East migration the Sri Lankan experience / R.B.M. Korale.  Colombo
   : Employment and Manpower Planning Division, Ministry of Plan
   Implementation, Sri Lanka, [1984].
       UCB   Main      JV8515.S72 K673 1984

Korale, R. B. M.
      Migration for employment to the Middle East : its demographic and
    socio-economic effects on Sri Lanka / by R.B.M. Korale.  Colombo, Sri Lanka
    : Employment and Manpower Planning Division, Ministry of Plan
    Implementation, 1983.
        CRL   GenCollec FICHE 84/63073 (H)

Labor migration from Bangladesh to the Middle East / prepared by Syed
    Ashraf Ali ... [et al.].  Washington, D.C. : World Bank, c1981.
      Series title:  World Bank staff working paper ; no. 454.
        UCSB  Main Lib  HD5820.6.A6 L33 1981
        UCSC  McHenry   HD5856.B3L32 1981
        UCSD  SSH       HC59.7 .W655 v. 454

Labour migration to the Middle East : from Sri Lanka to the Gulf / edited
    by F. Eelens, T. Schampers, and J.D. Speckmann.  London ; New York : K.
    Paul International ; New York, NY, USA : Distributed by Routledge, Chapman
    & Hall, 1992.
        UCB   IIRL      HD8670.8 .L3 1992
        UCB   Main      HD8670.8 .L3 1992

Nambiar, A. C. K., 1950-
     The socio-economic conditions of Gulf migrants / by A.C.K. Nambiar. 
   New Delhi : Commonwealth Publishers, 1995.
       UCB   Main      HC437.K4 N26 1995



Eelens, Frank C. H. Early Return of Sri Lankan Migrants in the Middle East International Migration / Migrations Internationales / Migraciones Internationales; 1988, 26, 4, Dec, 401-415. Mendoza, Fred A new international division of labor (South Asians in the Middle East) Asian Migrant, July-August 1988 Fernandes, J.M. Why young Indian women still go to the Middle East. Eve's Weekly, v.29:28 (July 12, 1975): 13. Paganoni, Anthony. Oil Business and solidarity (South Asian workers in the gulf). Asian Migrant, April-June 1990. Russel, Sharon Stanton. International migration and political turmoil in the Middle East. Population and Development Review v18, n4 (Dec, 1992)

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