On occasion of the pandemic: Reflections on Egyptian labour migration
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International migration (Geneva, Switzerland)
To face up to the COVID-19 pandemic, firms closed their doors and global value chains that connected countries and economies were disrupted. The supply of goods and services contracted, resulting in a comparable contraction in demand for them. Demand for labour, which is derived from demand for goods and services, subsequently dropped. This applied to national labour in domestic labour markets and globally to migrant labour in countries of destination.
(2021). On occasion of the pandemic: Reflections on Egyptian labour migration. International migration (Geneva, Switzerland), 59(1), 281–284.
"On occasion of the pandemic: Reflections on Egyptian labour migration." International migration (Geneva, Switzerland), vol. 59,no. 1, 2021, pp. 281–284.