This erudite Research Handbook features a systematic review of the analytical framework of global migration governance. Chapters identify and explain key institutions involved in global migration, focusing on changes in patterns and actor behaviours. Key actors explored in the Research Handbook include international organisations, migrant networks, civil society groups, smuggling cartels, religious transnational organisations, security firms and trade unions. Ultimately, it aims to contribute to a renewed understanding of migration drivers and proceedings.
Students and advanced scholars of international relations and politics studying topics such as migration policy will find this thorough Research Handbook to be incredibly valuable. Experts and agents of international and non-government organisations will additionally find it to be beneficial.
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