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International Migration into the 21st Century

ISBN13: 9781840645316
ISBN: 1840645318
Published: March 2001
Publisher: Edward Elgar Publishing Limited
Format: Hardback
Price: £100.00

This study examines different aspects of migration from an international perspective, evaluating the nature and significance of change in the movement of people, and attempting to predict emerging trends in the volume, direction and composition of global migration.

International migration into the twenty-first century - selected issues, Abu Siddique and Reginald Appleyard; politics of immigration control and politicization of international migration, Thomas Hammar; economic integration and migration - the Mexico-US experience, Philip Martin; regional integration, continuity and changing patterns of intra-regional migration in sub-Saharan Africa, Aderanti Adepoju; the economics of illegal migration for the host economy, Barry R. Chiswick; the business of international migration, John Salt; the dangers of diaspora - Orientalism, the national state and the search for a new geopolitical order, Ronald Skeldon; international migration and globalization - an investigation of migration systems in Pacific Asia with particular reference to Hong Kong, Allan M. Findlay; the impact of immigration on the ageing of Australia's population, Peter McDonald and Rebecca Kippen; international migration and the nation-state in Asia, Stephen Castles; Caribbean geopolitical imperatives and citizenship in American immigration policy and practice, Anthony P. Maingot; past trends in international migration and thjeir implications for future prospects, Hania Zlotnik; international personnel movement and the emergence of an international migration regime, Charles B. Keely; compelled to move - the rise of forced migration in sub Saharan Africa, Sally E. Findley.