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Maximizing the development impacts from temporary migration recommendations for Australia’s seasonal worker program (Inglês)

The Seasonal Worker Program (SWP) was formally introduced in 2012 following a four yearpilot scheme. The SWP maintains the dual objectives of: (i) contributing to the economicdevelopment of nine participating Pacific Island countries and Timor-Leste; and (ii)filling labor shortages in the Australian agriculture, accommodation (in selected locations)and tourism sectors (the Northern Australia tourism pilot). This paper assesses the first ofthese objectives, evaluating the impact of the SWP on workers, their households, and communities.In doing so, it aims to build on the evidence already collected on the developmentimpacts of the Pacific Seasonal Worker Pilot Scheme (PSWPS) (Gibson and McKenzie 2011)and shed further light on how the program can be improved to increase the benefitsflowing through to the Pacific region.

Detalhes

  • Autor

    Doyle,Jesse Jon Gerome, Sharma,Manohar

  • Data do documento

    2018/06/11

  • TIpo de documento

    Documento de Trabalho

  • No. do relatório

    127068

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Pacific Islands,

  • Região

    Leste Asiático e Pacífico,

  • Data de divulgação

    2018/06/12

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Maximizing the development impacts from temporary migration recommendations for Australia’s seasonal worker program

  • Palavras-chave

    remittance; seasonal worker; participating country; Migration and Remittances; number of workers; impact of migration; accumulation of assets; labor shortage; household labor supply; per capita income; increase in remittance; net income gain; human capital formation; seasonal labor shortages; education and health; per capita basis; money transfer operator; gross domestic product; effects on income; average treatment effect; role of remittance; senior operations; Social Protection; decline in poverty; basic financial literacy; impact on poverty; standard of living; lack of awareness; level of consumption; cost of education; environment for investors; labor market activity; impact of remittance; per capita expenditure; degree of transparency; labor force participation; cost of transport; access to passport; privileges and immunity; barrier to participation; effects of migration; remittance on education; human capital investment; share of earning; impact on migrants; human development outcome; household level; community contribution; participating community; community survey; international remittance; positive impact; opportunity cost; home improvement; tourism sector; income effect; literature review; health outcome; household survey; rural area; poor household; agricultural sector; guest worker; remittance recipient; sampling strategy; horticulture sector; bilateral aid; reservation wage; financial advice; remittance income; remote area; domestic unemployment; data availability; Outer Islands; female participation; formal sector; recruitment effort; skill transfer; cash expenditure; employment prospect; administrative requirement; agriculture sector; migrant household

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