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Irregular migration : the dilemmas of transnational mobility

Author: Bill Jordan; Franck Düvell
Publisher: Cheltenham ; Northampton, MA : Edward Elgar Pub., ©2002.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Irregular Migration is an extremely timely and topical book, analysing the fundamental tensions at the core of present attempts to manage the movement of population in today's world. Recent events  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Jordan; Franck Düvell
ISBN: 1843760274 9781843760276
OCLC Number: 491815279
Description: 1 vol. (VII-284 p.) ; 24 cm.
Contents: Contents: Introduction: Theoretical Framework and Plan of the Book Part I: Mobility and its Regulation 1. Irregular Migration and Mobility in Economic Theory 2. Mobility and Migration in the European Union 3. Irregular Migration, Labour Markets and Social Protection Part II: The UK as a Case Study 4. Why They Come 5. How They Survive 6. The Role of Support Organisations Part III: The Response of the Receiving Society 7. Internal Controls and Enforcement: Immigration Authorities and the Police 8. Irregular Migration and the Public Services 9. Recruitment of Labour from Abroad 10. In Search of Global Justice Bibliography Index
Responsibility: Bill Jordan, Franck Düvell.

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'Bill Jordan's and Franck Duvell's book is a welcome intervention. It is the first serious volume on this topic in the UK. It is original and timely, provocative and concerned.' -- Khalid Koser, Read more...

 
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