No-No Guide to International Migration

By Peter Stalker

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  • Unassuming in its approach and uncomplicated in its presentation
  • Concise, engaging and immensely readable
  • 110 x 180 mm, paperback
  • 144 pages

A well-written and up-to-date guide that will be useful to students, scholars and anyone who wants to learn about migration.

Professor Phillip L Martin, University of California

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Virtually any commodity can move around the world to satisfy demand but human beings have far less freedom. Many would-be migrants are forced to risk life and limb travelling illegally. Yet most rich countries are short of workers, have shrinking populations and need more immigrants. This is a timely guide that unravels the global migration paradoxes, explaining the economic and social issues behind the flows of humans.

Diagrams, charts and graphs used throughout to illustrate key information.

ISBN / Barcode: 9781904456940

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