Migración y codesarrollo: una forma de cooperación internacional en el siglo XXI. caso Ecuador - España
González, Maria Camila
The interest of this paper is to study the interrelationship between international migration and the emergence of co-development projects and policies between Ecuador and Spain. Globalization has generated new international dynamics that allow the creation of new frameworks and parameters for regulating migration. I¬t has been a catalyst for transnational phenomen; such as migration and co-development policies. Transnationalism generates processes by which migrants create and maintain relationships that link their societies of origin with their receptor ones. Thus migration can no longer be controlled unilaterally. Co-development emerges as a transnational action responding to new migratory dynamics. It is a policy that seeks bilateral benefits of migration for both countries, becoming a vector and a positive and important character for development.