Asian and Pacific Migration Journal

 

Welcome to Asian and Pacific Migration Journal

The Asian and Pacific Migration Journal  (APMJ) is an academic quarterly started in 1992. APMJ is the first journal dedicated to migration issues in the Asia-Pacific region. APMJ is indexed in ISI and other key social science indexes.

 


From 2015, The Asian and Pacific Migration Journal will be published by SAGE Publications, on behalf of the Scalabrini Migration Center. Announcements will follow in the next few weeks on this website, including links to journal information on the SAGE Publications website.
For 2015 volume subscription enquiries, please contact SAGE Publications, and contact details can be found at http://www.smc.org.ph/apmj/index.php?comp=com_purchase_subscribe.


 

 


APMJ Volume 23, 2014-Issue 3- eCopy
Life Satisfaction of the Families of Migrants in the Philippines
Yoon Ah Oh

Vol. 23 (3), p. 249-272, 2014.


Immigrant Labor and Industrial Upgrading in Malaysia
Suresh Narayanan and Yew-Wah Lai

Vol. 23 (3), p. 273-298, 2014.


Diaspora Knowledge Transfer as a Development Strategy for Capturing the Gains of Skilled Migration
Sheila Siar

Vol. 23 (3), p. 299-324, 2014.   


Chinese Immigrants in Korea: The Relationship between Interpersonal Communication and Acculturation
Seung-jun Moon, Chan Souk Kim and Tae Woo Kim

Vol. 23 (3), p. 325-344, 2014.


Japan's Immigration Intimations and Their Neglected Language Policy Requisites
Julian Chapple

Vol. 23 (3), p. 345-360, 2014.


People on the Move in a Changing Climate: The Regional Impact of Environmental Change on Migration Edited by Etienne Piguet and Frank Lackzo
Benoit Mayer

Vol. 23 (3), p. 361-363, 2014.