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Introduction: the institutions of global migration governance


Global migration governance has become a key issue over the past decades, both for researchers and from a policy perspective. It often refers to the normative search for mechanisms that should be put in place to better govern migration, on the assumption that migration is currently not adequately governed. There are different approaches to improving migration governance: especially in the Global North, states have taken measures to tighten migration control, in order to remedy to what they perceive as their current incapacity to control their borders (Hollifield et al., 2022); at the international level, however, the dominant idea is that states should rather engage in multilateral cooperation, which is viewed as the best way forward for improving migration governance.
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Antoine Pécoud, Hélène Thiollet. Introduction: the institutions of global migration governance. Antoine Pécoud, Hélène Thiollet (eds). Research Handbook on the Institutions of Global Migration Governance, Edward Elgar Publishing, pp.1-18, 2023, Elgar Handbooks in Migration, 9781789908060. ⟨hal-04098597⟩
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