Tables and Figures
Tables
2.1 Historical Migration Types 33
2.2 Background Causes and Geographical/Temporal Specifics of
Migration as a Historical Phenomenon 35
3.1 Theories of Migration Defined by Level of Analysis 61
3.2 Theories of Migration Defined by Initiation or Perpetuation
of Migration 72
5.1 Mexico–United States Asymmetries, 1994–2012 107
6.1 National and Nonnational Populations in the GCC Countries,
1970–2010 143
6.2 Total Population and Percentage of Nationals and Nonnationals
(April 2014) 145
6.3 Unemployment Rates among Nationals, Mid-2000s 146
Figures
3.1 Changes in Migration Flows over Time 75
3.2 A General Framework of Migration Decision Making 76
5.1 Mexico–United States Migration, 1840–2012 108
5.2 Labor Precarization in Mexico, 2012 111
5.3 Mexico: Labor Force Surplus, 2000–2010 112
5.4 Demographic Dividend Transfer from Latin America to the
United States, 2000–2010 116
5.5 Contribution by Ethnic Groups to U.S. Labor Force Growth,
2000–2010 117
5.6 GDP Growth Contribution Based on Worker Ethnicity and
Migration Status, 2000–2010 118
5.7 Estimated Salary Differentials among Major Ethnic and Migration
Groups in the United States, 2010 119
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