Migration and Public Policy brings together the most significant
papers by leading scholars on both international and internal
migration. It investigates the role of governments in encouraging,
discouraging or forcing such migration. The book critically
appraises the motivation for state intervention, including economic
efficiency, strategic considerations or an attempt to achieve
ethnic, racial or religious homogeneity, and the intended and
unintended effects of this intervention. This authoritative
collection will be a valuable resource for students, academics,
politicians and policymakers who have an interest in migration
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