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Transnational Knowledge Through Diaspora Networks
Vol. 8, No. 1, 2006

Guest-Editor: Sami Mahroum (National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts, United Kingdom)

      Editorial, pp. 1-3
Sami Mahroum and Paul de Guchteneire


      Diaspora Knowledge Networks: Vanishing Doubts and Increasing Evidence, pp. 4-24
Jean-Baptiste Meyer and Jean-Paul Wattiaux


      Transnational Diaspora Options: How Developing Countries Could Benefit from their Emigrant Populations, pp. 25-42
Sami Mahroum, Cynthia Eldridge and Abdallah S. Daar


      Brain Drain and Innovation Systems in the South, pp. 43-60
Rodrigo Arocena and Judith Sutz


      Circulation of Competencies and Dynamics of Regional Production Systems, pp. 61-83
Alain Berset and Olivier Crevoisier


      The Limits and Possibilities of Ethnic Entrepreneurship: The Case of ICT Firms in Sweden, pp. 84-101
Jonathan Michael Feldman


      OPEN FORUM: Cracks in the Wall of Multiculturalism? A Review of Attitudinal Studies in the Netherlands, pp. 102-118
Fons J. R. Van De Vijver, Saskia R. G. Schalk-Soekar, Judit Arends-Tóth and Seger M. Breugelmans


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