The Migration of Tunisians: Determinants and Effects

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  • Adil BOUSNINA University of Tunis

DOI :

https://doi.org/10.34874/PRSM/rashs-n5.45856

Mots-clés :

Development, Financial transfers, Migratory balance, Internal migration, International migration.

Résumé

The aim of this article is to analyze migration (internal and international) in Tunisia, its main characteristics, its determinants and its effects. In the first part, we will analyze the main characteristics of internal migration in Tunisia, its determinants, its relationship with regional development and its effects (in particular its demographic repercussions). In the second part, the interest will be focused on international migration, its evolution, its main characteristics (in particular the migration of skills) and its various effects and repercussions (among others, the importance of financial transfers from Tunisians abroad). Finally, the third part will focus on the perception of migration by the population surveyed.

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09-01-2024

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BOUSNINA, A. (2024). The Migration of Tunisians: Determinants and Effects. Revue Africaine Des Sciences Humaines Et Sociales, (5), 42–66. https://doi.org/10.34874/PRSM/rashs-n5.45856

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