The Demopaedia team will be present at the next International Population Conference in Busan.
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Migration network

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Accumulation of social capital is the mechanism by which members of a community, potentially candidates for emigration, gain migration-related knowledge and resources through relatives or friends who have already traveled and moved to the destination area. Social networks also named migration networks[1] lower the cost associated with migration by providing new migrants with information and help in finding work, shelter etc.

  1. Bustamante, J. A.; G. Jasso, J. E. Taylor, P. T. Legarreta (1998). "The selectivity of international labor migration and characteristics of Mexico-to-US migrants: Theoretical considerations". Migration between Mexico and the United States 2: 699–708. Retrieved 2012-10-01.