Labor and Conflict in Southeast Asia
LABOR migration is an important process in Southeast Asia, the second busiest hub of transnational migration in the world after the US–Mexico border. Cross-border labor flows in Southeast Asia have deepened regional interdependence. Migrant workers have contributed to key economic sectors in receiving countries like Malaysia, Singapore, and Thailand, while labor outmigration has reduced employment pressures and offered remittances to sending countries like the Philippines and...[Show more]
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