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Reserachers working on LABOUR MOBILITY (alphabetical order)
Alessio CANGIANO Senior Lecturer, School of Economics at University of the South Pacific, Fiji Administrative areas: Fiji, Samoa, Vanuatu Places: Melanesia, Polynesia Keywords: Population and Development, Migration, Age and Aging, Employment, Labour Mobility, Urbanization, Poverty, Vulnerability
Silja KLEPP Senior Research Fellow, Research Center for Sustainability Studies at University of Bremen, Germany Administrative areas: Fiji, Kiribati, Vanuatu, New Zealand Places: Melanesia, Micronesia, Polynesia Keywords: Climate Change, Colonial Discourse, Cutural Change, Eco-anthropology, Environment, Epistemology, Governance, Labour Mobility, Legal Pluralism, Neo-Colonialism
Jonathon PRASAD , Department of Religious Studies at Lancaster University, United Kingdom Administrative areas: Fiji Places: Polynesia Keywords: Body Theory, Cognitive Anthropology, Colonial Discourse, Colonial Imagination, Conceptual Model, Cultural Geography, Dance, Death and Bereavement, Diasporas, Epistemology
Laïsa RO'I Postdoctoral Fellow, Axe III Nouvelles Ruralités et Destin Commun at Institut Agronomique néo-Calédonien, New Caledonia Administrative areas: Hawaii, New Caledonia Keywords: Dance, Economy and Finance, Exchanges, Heritage, Labour Mobility, Political Economy, Regional Integration, Space, Sustainability, Data Mining
Rachel E. SMITH Postdoctoral Fellow, Anthropology at Stanford University, United States Administrative areas: Vanuatu, Shefa (Vanuatu) Places: Melanesia, Vanuatu Keywords: Economic Anthropology, Morality, Work, Life-cycle Exchanges, Kinship, Land Tenure, Labour Mobility, Development, Religion, Cognitive Anthropology
Andreea Raluca TORRE Lecturer, School of Government, Development and International Affairs at University of the South Pacific, Fiji Administrative areas: Fiji Places: Melanesia Keywords: Ethnicity, Gender, Governance, Indigenous Epistemology, Labour Mobility, Migration, Population and Development, Post-Colonialism
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