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This paper provides a brief overview of current research on networks in international migration. The paper begins with a short discussion of the relationship between networks and social capital. While controversial, this concept potentially provides a unifying thread linking both various aspects of economic research and, potentially more importantly, providing a bridge linking economic research to parallel research in demography and sociology. The core of the paper is a discussion of the role of networks in the decision to migrate, the role of networks in assimilation, and the effect of global migrant networks on the pattern of international trade. In all three of these areas, recent years have seen substantial new research, both theoretical and empirical, on the ways networks interact with more standard economic variables. In each of these cases, networks are seen to play an essential role in the migration experience.
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