By Christina Gabriel,Hélène Pellerin
This ebook bargains a serious exam of how during which the character and governance of foreign labour migration is altering inside of a globalizing environment.
It examines how labour mobility and the governance of labour migration are altering via exploring the hyperlinks among political economic climate and differentiated types of labour migration. also, it considers the consequences of latest social versions of inclusion and exclusion on labour migration. for that reason, the ebook problems the traditional dichotomies and categorizations – everlasting vs. transitority; expert vs. unskilled; criminal vs. unlawful -- that experience educated migration experiences and regulatory frameworks. Theoretically, this quantity contributes to an ongoing venture of reframing the examine of migration inside of politics and overseas relations.
Bringing jointly an interdisciplinary crew of students, drawing on examples from the ecu Union, North the United States and Asia, Governing overseas Labour Migration should be of curiosity to scholars and students of migration stories, IPE, diplomacy, and economics.
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