Labor

Labor

New from IMR: Labor, Well-Being, and Immigration Enforcement
The Summer 2019 edition of the International Migration Review (IMR) is now available online and in print through paid or institutional subscription. This edition is sorted thematically into three sections. The first section examines immigrant labor and immigration policy, including...

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Simone Wegge of the College of Staten Island reviews The Economics of Migration, Vols. I-IV by Klaus Zimmermann and Thomas Bauer.  Klaus Zimmermann and Thomas Bauer show that in the age of globalization, the importance of migration for the industrialized...

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Anthony M. Messina of University of Notre Dame reviews Migrants and Immigrants: Between Policy and Reality by Jeroen Doomernik and Hans Knippenberg.  Jeroen Doomernik and Hans Knippenberg posit that one of the challenges to present Western welfare states is worldwide population...

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María Hernández-Carretero of University of Olso reviews Marriage Without Borders Transnational Spouses in Neoliberal Senegal by Dinah Hannaford.  Dinah Hannaford writes a multi-sited study of Senegalese migration and marriage that showcases contemporary changes in kinship practices across the globe engendered by the neoliberal demand for...

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