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        Temporary Labor Migration: A Rights-based Approach

        Stine,Neerup 숙명여자대학교 아시아여성연구원 2014 OMNES Vol.4 No.2

        Temporary labor migrants in general are more negatively affected by slowed economic growth than native-born. This adds to popular perceptions of temporary migration having an overall negative financial impact on host countries even during times of significant economic growth. Strong policy responses include tightened borders and limited access to services where migrants are admitted entry. This article documents a growing disjuncture between territorial jurisdiction and membership rights, where significant rights are withheld from this group of migrants on he grounds that they will never be members. The mismatch between rights given up and rights granted for this group causes a short to long-term rights gap for non-citizen residents. The article argues that this rights gap is not only unjust, but also harmful to the actors involved in the migration process (states and migrants). Linking normative political theorywith cosmopolitan utilitarian deliberations, I discuss the legitimacy of withholding rights from non-citizen residents as well as state responsibilities towards minimizing the identified rights gap. I suggest how nation-states and migrants can minimize the costs of employing migration as a labor market and livelihood strategy, and how they can draw mutual benefits from an increasingly human centered rights-based policy approach. The article concludes that if the rights and entitlements of migrants were expanded, enabling different choices of entry and exit, outcomes for origin and receiving countries as well as for the migrants themselves could be improved. Ultimately, it makes a case for a moral and utilitarian acceptance of a liberal extension of rights.

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        Taxonomical studies on Oriental Platygastridae (Hymenoptera: Platygastroidea)

        Peter,Neerup,Buhl 한국응용곤충학회 2009 Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology Vol.12 No.3

        14 species new to science are described, viz. Amblyaspis joenssoni, Euxestonotus sabahensis, Leptacis cheyi (all from Malaysia), L. jani (from Laos), L. maliauensis (from Malaysia), L. ongkudoni (from Malaysia), L. pederseni (from Laos), L. reticulaticeps (from Malaysia), L. solodovnikovi, L. vilhelmseni (both from Laos), Sacespalus viklundi (from Malaysia), Synopeas laosianum (from Laos), S. opaciceps and S. waidii (both from Malaysia). The following species described in Leptacis by Ushakumari, R., Narendran, T.C., 2007. A taxonomic revision of Leptacis Foerster (Hymenoptera: Platygasteridae) of India. Rec. Zool. Surv. India 107, 7–32 are transferred to Synopeas: L. aeros, L. alus, L. asiaticus, L. benazeer, L. diversus, L. manii, L. mustus, L. nuperus and L. scaposus. Synopeas saltaense is a nom. nov. for S. intermedius Buhl, 2005 preoccupied by S. intermedius (Ushakumari, R., 2004. Diversity of Platygaster Latreille (Hymenoptera: Platygastridae) of Kerala. In Rajmohana, K., Narendran, T.C., Perspectives on biosystematics and biodiversity: Prof. T. C. Narendran commemoration volume. Systematic Entomology Research Scholars Association, University of Calicut, Kozhikode, India, pp. 573–591). New locality records for 20 already known Oriental platygastrid species are given. 14 species new to science are described, viz. Amblyaspis joenssoni, Euxestonotus sabahensis, Leptacis cheyi (all from Malaysia), L. jani (from Laos), L. maliauensis (from Malaysia), L. ongkudoni (from Malaysia), L. pederseni (from Laos), L. reticulaticeps (from Malaysia), L. solodovnikovi, L. vilhelmseni (both from Laos), Sacespalus viklundi (from Malaysia), Synopeas laosianum (from Laos), S. opaciceps and S. waidii (both from Malaysia). The following species described in Leptacis by Ushakumari, R., Narendran, T.C., 2007. A taxonomic revision of Leptacis Foerster (Hymenoptera: Platygasteridae) of India. Rec. Zool. Surv. India 107, 7–32 are transferred to Synopeas: L. aeros, L. alus, L. asiaticus, L. benazeer, L. diversus, L. manii, L. mustus, L. nuperus and L. scaposus. Synopeas saltaense is a nom. nov. for S. intermedius Buhl, 2005 preoccupied by S. intermedius (Ushakumari, R., 2004. Diversity of Platygaster Latreille (Hymenoptera: Platygastridae) of Kerala. In Rajmohana, K., Narendran, T.C., Perspectives on biosystematics and biodiversity: Prof. T. C. Narendran commemoration volume. Systematic Entomology Research Scholars Association, University of Calicut, Kozhikode, India, pp. 573–591). New locality records for 20 already known Oriental platygastrid species are given.

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        Taxonomic Review of the family Platygastridae (Hymenoptera:Platygastroidea) from the Korean Peninsula

        Peter,Neerup,Buhl,June-Yeol,Choi 한국응용곤충학회 2006 Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology Vol.9 No.2

        A total of 41 species were investigated, including only one species in the check list of Korean insects, which contains five platygastrids. Eleven species of the family Platygastridae are described as new to science from Korea, viz. Allostemma bicolor Buhl & Choi, Amblyaspis koreana Choi & Buhl, Leptacis koreana Buhl & Choi, L. ocellaris Choi & Buhl, Platygaster ciliata Buhl & Choi, P. flavifemorata Buhl & Choi, P. kui Choi & Buhl, P. tripotini Buhl & Choi, Synopeas collinus Choi & Buhl, S. kimi Choi & Buhl, and S. pumilus Buhl & Choi. Further nineteen species are recorded from The Korean Peninsula for the first time, and some new records are added for eleven species, already known from the Peninsula. Keys are given to the genera and species of Platygastridae hitherto recorded from The Korean Peninsula. As a result, platygastrid fauna of The Korean Peninsula is composed of 68 species up to now.

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        Taxonomic Review of the family Platygastridae (Hymenoptera: Platygastroidea) from the Korean Peninsula

        Buhl,Peter,Neerup,Choi,June-Yeol Korean Society of Applied Entomology 2006 Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology Vol.9 No.2

        A total of 41 species were investigated, including only one species in the check list of Korean insects, which contains five platygastrids. Eleven species of the family Platygastridae are described as new to science from Korea, viz. Allostemma bicolor Buhl & Choi, Amblyaspis koreana Choi & Buhl, Leptaeis koreana Buhl & Choi, L. ocellaris Choi & Buhl, Platygaster ciliata Buhl & Choi, P. flavifemorata Buhl & Choi, P. kui Choi & Buhl, P. tripotini Buhl & Choi, Synopeas eollinus Choi & Buhl, S. kimi Choi & Buhl, and S. pumilus Buhl & Choi. Further nineteen species are recorded from The Korean Peninsula for the first time, and some new records are added for eleven species, already known from the Peninsula. Keys are given to the genera and species of Platygastridae hitherto recorded from The Korean Peninsula. As a result, platygastrid fauna of The Korean Peninsula is composed of 68 species up to now.

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