By Richard Black, Godfried Engbersen, Marek Okólski, Cristina Pantîru
A Continent relocating West? argues that the conceptualization of migration as a one-way or long term technique is changing into more and more extensive of the mark. particularly, east-west hard work migration in Europe, in universal maybe with different flows in and from different components of the realm, is various, fluid, and motivated through the dynamics of neighborhood and sector-specific hard work markets and migration-related political laws. The papers during this e-book give a contribution to severe realizing of the east-west migration in the ecu Union after the 2004 growth, from the hot to the outdated member states.
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The probability of a man to recruit a woman and a woman recruiting a man) and 2) the personal network size of each respondent, meaning the number of people the respondent knows who fit the criteria for participation in the study. Together this information is used to produce weighted estimates for each variable. For example, with a two-category variable in the groups a and b, we can produce an estimate for the share of a respondents in the population using the formula, where Pa is the population estimate, Sba is the share of a-members recruited by b members and Nb is the average network size of b members: Pa ¼ Sba Nb Sba Nb þ Sab Na Source: Salganik and Heckathorn (2004) Variable-specific estimates can be produced using especially designed software for RDS data (RDS-STAT).
Others have applied it to sex workers in Eastern Europe (Simic, Johnston, Platt, Baros, Andjelkovic, Novotny & Rhodes 2006) and Vietnam (Johnston, Sabin, Hien & Huong 2006). As of yet, the method WORKING CONDITIONS 45 had not been used on unsettled migrant populations. Based on our experience and comparisons with available public register data, we suggest that RDS is highly applicable for research on such populations, if used in the right way and certain criteria are met. For example, in our study women make up 26 per cent of the Poles in Oslo in the autumn months of 2006, but among registered permits, they only make up 12 per cent.
As a consequence, the Polish construction sector started to face the problem of serious labour shortages (Bolkowska 2006). However, these highly favourable conditions in Polish construction are not too strongly reflected in the labour market situation of construction workers. From their point of view, the sector is characterised by instability and illegality of employment, bad working conditions, many barriers to employment, and relatively low wages. Employment conditions in construction have undergone a radical change since the beginning of the transition period in Poland.
A Continent Moving West?: EU Enlargement and Labour Migration from Central and Eastern Europe by Richard Black, Godfried Engbersen, Marek Okólski, Cristina Pantîru