Neoliberalism and Migration: An Inquiry into the Politics of Globalization
This series is dedicated to theoretical contributions and systematic empirical studies of political, economic and cultural formations which cross the borders and boundaries of states. The focus is on the main areas of public policy: security, human rights, legitimacy of political systems, welfare, and developments in the Global South. This third volume looks at the role of neoliberalism in the institutionalization of differential rules for capital and migration flows in the global economy.
Publication Date: 1/12/2007