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Migration in the global political economy / edited by Nicola Phillips
Boulder, Colo. : Lynne Rienner Publishers, 2011
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 3rd Floor  JV6033 .M563 2011    AVAILABLE
Subject(s) Emigration and immigration -- Economic aspects
Emigration and immigration -- Social aspects
Physical Description vi, 338 p. ; 24 cm
Note Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-318) and index
Contents Migration in the global political economy / Nicola Phillips -- Migration, minorities, and welfare states / Carl-Ulrik Schierup and Stephen Castles -- The regulation of labor markets through migration / Harald Bauder -- Toward a gendered political economy of migration / Nicola Piper -- The illegal "migration industry" / H. Richard Friman -- Reinterpreting migration and development / Ronald Skeldon -- Migration and development in Sub-Saharan Africa / Oliver Bakewell -- Migration and development in Asia / Ken Young -- Migration and development in Latin America and the Caribbean / Nicola Phillips -- Borders and migration in the European Union / Andrew Geddes -- Immigration reform in the United States / Susan Martin -- The governance of immigration in Australia / Jock Collin -- Migration and the global economic crisis / Nicola Phillips
Summary How does the evolution of global capitalism shape patterns and processes of migration? How does migration in turn shape and intersect with the forces at work in the global economy? How should we understand the relationship between migration and development, and how is migration connected with patterns of poverty and inequality? How are processes of migration and immigration governed in different parts of the world? The authors of Migration in the Global Political Economy tackle these questions in a set of engaging and authoritative chapters. Mobilizing the core insights of critical IPE scholarship and combining analysis of the big picture with attention to particular regions, countries, and actors, the authors seek to bring the increasingly important processes of migration to the center of enquiries into globalization and its social underpinnings. -- description from (Feb. 7, 2012)
Series International political economy yearbook ; v. 17
Alternate Author Phillips, Nicola, 1971-

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