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Migration in the Mediterranean: Socio-economic perspectives


Migration in the Mediterranean region is a widely debated and much studied topic. This is due to the present refugee crisis, consequences of Arab revolutions, the proximity with emigration and transit countries, but also to the involvement of southern European countries and the mass arrival of migrants. The management of Border controls, migration, development, human trafficking, human rights and the clash or convergence of civilizations has generated a great deal of controversy and media attention.Migration in the Mediterranean offers a unique multidisciplinary theoretical and methodological framework, bringing together scholars from different subject areas. This book aims to address the following research questions: What are the main characteristics of migration movements in this region?¿ What are the most important theoretical challenges? What are the perspectives for the future? This book begins with an overview of the economic perspective of the Mediterranean migration model, with a particular focus on labour market outcomes of migrants. It then presents the original results of field studies on the unintended effects of the EU's external border controls on migration and integration in the Euro-Mediterranean region, before addressing the themes of mobility, migration and transnationalism.This volume focuses on migration with a multidisciplinary approach, with scholars from various areas including sociology, economics, geography, political science and history. This book is well suited for those who study international economics, migration and political sociology. (Résumé éditeur)
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hal-01396326 , version 1 (14-11-2016)



Elena Ambrosetti, Donatella Strangio, Catherine Wihtol de Wenden (Dir.). Migration in the Mediterranean: Socio-economic perspectives. Elena Ambrosetti; Donatella Strangio; Catherine Wihtol De Wenden. Routledge, pp.260, 2016, Routledge Studies in the European Economy, 9781138642492. ⟨hal-01396326⟩
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