By Kim Wilson. This collection of financial biographies traces the ways in which extra-continental refugees and migrants finance their journeys and manage money along the way. It also highlights the importance of friendships, both old and new, in making a journey possible. Additionally, communication tools like mobile phones, WhatsApp, or ...
How to Achieve the American Dream on an Immigrant’s Income April 30, 2019 Retaining, Changing, and Surrendering Hegemonic Masculinities April 30, 2019 The Ties that Bind (or Not): Social Networks Among Extra-Continental Migrants April 30, 2019 No Sweat – If You Are a Woman April 30, 2019 Financial Biographies, Volume 1 April 30, 2019 You and I Are Not Friends: The Challenges of Ethnographic Study in the Migration Field April 30, 2019 Tracing the Financial Journeys of Nepali Migrants April 30, 2019 The Other Migration: The Financial Journeys of Asians and Africans Traveling through South and Central America Bound for the United States and Canada April 30, 2019 What Can Hotels Teach Us about Smuggling? March 31, 2019 Migrants Hold onto Their Religious Identities for Emotional Support and to Build Networks Crucial to Their Journeys March 31, 2019 In Adjusting to New Labor Markets, Migrants Draw on Past Experience and Retain a Strong Sense of Pride in Being Able to Contribute March 31, 2019 Language Isolation on the Migrant Trail March 31, 2019 Origins Breed Commonalities, Camaraderie, and Conflict March 31, 2019 “I’m the Everything”: The Overlooked Heroism of Refugee Youth in the United States February 28, 2019 Financial Integration of Refugees in Dallas, Texas February 28, 2019 ‘I followed the flood’: A Gender Analysis of the Moral and Financial Economies of Forced Migration December 31, 2017 The Financial Journey of Refugees: Evidence from Greece, Jordan, and Turkey September 30, 2017 Financial Inclusion in Refugee Economies February 28, 2017
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