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This bibliography of the book presents a list of reference works and essays relevant to the discussion on Jewish-Muslim relations and migration from Yemen to Palestine in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Traditional migration theory views migration in terms of economic disparity and demand for labor. That is to say, migration flows from poor to rich countries. Correspondingly, individual migrants are treated as homogenous rational actors responding to economic disparities. Migrants, according to this theory, will inevitably move to wherever the expected return on migration is highest. The persistence of this theory stems from its deceptively self-evident nature.

Keywords: Jewish-Muslim relations; migration theory; Palestine; Yemen



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