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p. 978. The future of international migrationlocked

  • Khalid Koser

Abstract

The evidence on the positive economic impact of migration has become stronger; yet anti-immigration politics and sentiments have increased. ‘The future of international migration’ explores the coming challenges for migrants, citizens, and policymakers in light of the current trends in migration patterns and processes as well as policies. It considers the changes in Asian migration; the growing issue of increased internal migration; the impact of climate change on migration; temporary migration which combats brain drain and fills specific short-term gaps in employment; the shifting policies on irregular migration from control to management; the reform of the international refugee regime; and the challenges of integration and the need for respect of migrants.

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