Allan M Findlay
Allan M Findlay
Unknown affiliationUniversity of St Andrews
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Migration of highly skilled persons from developing countries: impact and policy responses
BL Lowell, A Findlay
International Migration Papers 44, 2001
5262001
World class? An investigation of globalisation, difference and international student mobility
AM Findlay, R King, FM Smith, A Geddes, R Skeldon
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 37 (1), 118-131, 2012
4902012
An assessment of supply and demand‐side theorizations of international student mobility
AM Findlay
International Migration 49 (2), 162-190, 2011
3132011
Skilled international migration and the global city: a study of expatriates in Hong Kong
AM Findlay, FLN Li, AJ Jowett, R Skeldon
Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers, 49-61, 1996
3121996
Ever reluctant Europeans: The changing geographies of UK students studying and working abroad
A Findlay, R King, A Stam, E Ruiz-Gelices
European Urban and Regional Studies 13 (4), 291-318, 2006
2402006
The repopulation of rural Scotland: opportunity and threat
A Stockdale, A Findlay, D Short
Journal of Rural Studies 16 (2), 243-257, 2000
2332000
Re-thinking residential mobility: Linking lives through time and space
R Coulter, M Ham, AM Findlay
Progress in Human Geography 40 (3), 352-374, 2016
2292016
Indicators of quality of life: some methodological issues
RJ Rogerson, AM Findlay, AS Morris, MG Coombes
Environment and Planning A 21 (12), 1655-1666, 1989
2071989
International student mobility literature review
R King, A Findlay, J Ahrens
Higher Education Funding Council for England (HEFCE), 2010
2012010
Migrating to learn and learning to migrate: a study of the experiences and intentions of international student migrants
FLN Li, AM Findlay, AJ Jowett, R Skeldon
International Journal of Population Geography 2 (1), 51-67, 1996
1931996
Skilled transients: the invisible phenomenon
AM Findlay
The Cambridge survey of world migration, 515-522, 1995
1921995
International migration of highly-skilled manpower: theoretical and developmental issues
J Salt, A Findlay
The impact of international migration on developing countries, 129-180, 1989
1801989
Does migration make you happy? A longitudinal study of internal migration and subjective well-being
B Nowok, M Van Ham, AM Findlay, V Gayle
Environment and Planning A 45 (4), 986-1002, 2013
1642013
Migrant destinations in an era of environmental change
AM Findlay
Global Environmental Change 21, S50-S58, 2011
1642011
Brain strain: Optimising highly skilled migration from developing countries
BL Lowell, AM Findlay, E Stewart
IPPR, 2004
1582004
Methodological issues in researching migration
AM Findlay, FLN Li
The Professional Geographer 51 (1), 50-59, 1999
1581999
An auto‐biographical approach to understanding migration: the case of Hong Kong emigrants
AM Findlay, FLN Li
Area 29 (1), 34-44, 1997
1481997
A migration channels approach to the study of high level manpower movements: a theoretical perspective.
A Findlay
International migration (Geneva, Switzerland) 28 (1), 15-23, 1990
1371990
Will attracting the “creative class” boost economic growth in old industrial regions? A case study of Scotland
D Houston, A Findlay, R Harrison, C Mason
Geografiska Annaler: Series B, Human Geography 90 (2), 133-149, 2008
1352008
The challenge facing population geography
AM Findlay, E Graham
Progress in Human Geography 15 (2), 149-162, 1991
1311991
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