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An Analysis of Foreign Labor Migration Policies: Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan
Chiu, Hsiao Ping
Leng, Tse Kang
Chiu, Hsiao Ping
|Issue Date: ||2013-07-23 14:04:45 (UTC+8)|
Under the trend of globalization, transnational migration has already become a common phenomenon. For fear that foreigners would pressure Taiwan’s labor market, the Taiwanese immigration policy has set up many restrictions on introducing economic migrants. However, in order to resolve the problem of brain drain and to attract more foreign talents to Taiwan, the government has started to review its immigration policies and has undertaken to loosen related regulations. On the other hand, with the improvement on the cross-strait relationship, the government has also released regulations to allow more mainland Chinese coming to Taiwan. This study adopts qualitative method, comparative case study analysis, typology and in-depth interviews to explore the foreign labor policies of Singapore, Hong Kong and Taiwan, in terms of analyzing their government policies, immigration regulations, social problems, and the consequent feedbacks on government’s policy-making. Meanwhile, this study intends to focus on related policies and problems involved with mainland Chinese workers as well. The researcher hope that this study can make practical contribution for immigration policy studies in the less explored Asian labor receiving nations, especially in Taiwan, and provide important policy implication for Taiwan’s foreign labor migration policies.
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