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Ms. Stella P. Go

 

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      Accessible on the net, this webliography consists of selected papers, articles and researches written by Ms. Stella P. Go.

     Ms. Stella P. Go is an Associate Professor of the Behavioral Sciences Department of the College of Liberal Arts, De La Salle University and a research associate of the Social Development Research Center (SDRC). She was the Regional Deputy Chair for Southeast Asia of the Asia-Pacific Migration Research Network (APMRN) from 2001 to 2004, and is the current Chairperson of the Philippine Migration Research Network (PMRN). Until January 2001, she was a member of the Governing Council of the Philippine Social Science Council and currently the secretary of the Philippine Sociological Society. Her main research interests are in population and family studies, particularly on international migration. She was project director of the pioneering Philippine study in 1981 on International Labor Migration funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and has been conducting research on various aspects related to international labor migration in the Philippines. She finished her Master of Arts in Sociology from the University of Hawaii and Bachelor of Arts Major in Behavioral Science from St. Theresa's College.

Source:
http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/faculty/fis/faculty_info.asp?fac_id=103927298
http://www.dlsu.edu.ph/research/centers/sdrc/research_fellows.asp
http://www.philippinestoday.net/ofwcorner/November02/ofw11_1.htm

 

Internet Sites

Asian Labor Migration: The Role of Bilateral Labor and Similar Agreements
http://pstalker.com/ilo/resources/Bilateral%20Agreements%20PHILIPPINES%20by%20Stella%20Go.pdf
[Retrieved June 15, 2010]

"This paper which was presented at the Regional Informal Workshop on Labor Migration in Southeast Asia: What Role for Parliaments on September 21-23 2007, in Manila, talks about the role of bilateral labor agreements in managing migration flows between countries."

The Asian Crisis and Philippine International Migration: The Pre- and Post-Crisis Situations 
http://books.google.com/books?id=5RxKSjScnUgC
[Retrieved June 11, 2010]

"This study discusses the damaging consequences of the recent financial crisis on Philippine international migration."

The Asian Crisis and Philippine Labour Migration
http://books.google.com/books?id=B4g4Imzgd0oC
[Retrieved June 11, 2010]

"This article discusses the impact of the regional financial turmoil on the short and long-term prospects of international labour migration from the Philippines."

A Community Level Study
http://www.filipiniana.net/ArtifactView.do?artifactID=ILSPLR091051
[Retrieved June 11, 2010]

"This study discusses the result of the study on three communities of land-based Filipino overseas workers, which was conducted by the De La Salle University Research Center from August 1981 to March 1983."

Filipino Diaspora
http://books.google.com/books?id=2c6ifbjx2wMC
[Retrieved June 15, 2010]

"This article talks about the labor migration of Filipino workers after World War II."

Migration Research and Policy Landscape: Case Studies of Australia, the Philippines and Thailand
http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0014/001411/141125eo.pdf
[Retrieved June 15, 2010]

"A project initiated by Dr Nadia Auriat of UNESCO-MOST at the 3rd International Conference of the Asia Pacific Migration Research Network (APMRN) in Tokyo, September 1999, and co-authored by Ms. Stella Go, this working paper aims to investigate the links between policy makers and social scientific researchers in the Asia Pacific region."

The Philippines: A Look at the Migration Scenario in the Nineties
http://books.google.com/books?id=orZCw_NzlngC
[Retrieved June 15, 2010]

"This paper talks about the migration outflow of Filipino workers brought about by problems of political and economic situation in the Philippines."

Recent Movements in Migration Movements and Policies: The Movement of Filipino Professionals and Managers
http://books.google.com.ph/books?id=RLSwYxDo1PUC
[Retrieved June 15, 2010]

"This study discusses the recent trends and policies in movement of highly skilled Filipino workers, making the Philippines as one of the largest labour exporting country in the Asian region."

Recent Trends in International Movements and Policies: The Philippines, 2003
http://www.jil.go.jp/foreign/event_r/event/documents/2004sopemi/2004sopemi_e_countryreport8.pdf
[Retrieved June 15, 2010]

"This paper presents the trends in international movements and policies in the Philippines in 2003. It was prepared for the Workshop on International Migration and Labour Markets in Asia, February 5-6, 2004, Tokyo, Japan."

Recent Trends in International Movements and Policies: The Philippines, 2005
http://www.jil.go.jp/foreign/event_r/event/documents/2006sopemi/countryreport8.pdf
[Retrieved June 15, 2010]

"This paper talks about the trends in international movements and policies in the Philippines in 2005. It was presented during the Workshop on International Migration and Labour Markets in Asia, February 17, 2006, Japan Institute for Labour Policy and Training (JILPT), Tokyo, Japan."

Remittances and International Labour Migration: Impact on the Philippines
http://international.metropolis.net/events/croatia/Dubrovnik_paper.doc
[Retrieved June 15, 2010]

"This paper describes the impact of overseas Filipino workers� remittances which continue to be of ever-increasing importance to the Philippine economy. It was prepared for the Metropolis Inter Conference Seminar on �Immigrants and Homeland,� Dubrovnik, Croatia in May 9-12, 2002. "

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