Handbook of the International Political Economy of Migration
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Handbook of the International Political Economy of Migration

Edited by Leila Simona Talani and Simon McMahon

This Handbook discusses theoretical approaches to migration studies in general, as well as confronting various issues in international migration from a distinctive international political economy perspective. It examines migration as part of a global political economy whilst addressing the theoretical debate relating to the capacity of the state to control international migration and the so called ‘policy gap’ or ‘gap hypothesis’ between migration policies and their outcomes.
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Chapter 10: The expat-sensitive state? Globalization, development, and the shifting loci of transmigrant resources

William J. Haller

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10. The expat-­sensitive state? Globalization, development, and the shifting loci of transmigrant resources William J. Haller INTRODUCTION There is no comprehensive inventory of the various policies of migrant sending states towards their expat1 n...

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