9780191616747 (electronic book) 0191616745 (electronic book) 9780199600458 0199600457
In the context of the growing politicisation of migration, a debate has emerged in policy and academia on the need to develop global governance on migration to facilitate better inter-state cooperation. This book provides an introduction to the institutions, politics and normative dimensions of international migration.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction : global migration governance / Alexander Betts Low-skilled labour migration / Christiane Kuptsch and Philip Martin High-skilled labour migration / Alexander Betts and Lucie Cerna Irregular migration / Franck Düvell International travel / Rey Koslowski Lifestyle migration / Caroline Oliver Environmental migration / Jane McAdam UNHCR and the global governance of refugees / Gil Loescher and James Milner Internally displaced persons / Khalid Koser Human trafficking and smuggling / Susan Martin and Amber Callaway Remittances / Anna Lindley Diasporas / Alan Gamlen Root causes / Stephen Castles and Nicholas Van Hear Conclusion / Alexander Betts.
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