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Travail des migrants : des politiques au service des régimes de production

Abstract : Migrant Labor: Policies Serving Production Systems -- Few studies on asylum seekers have explored their place in the production and labor systems of host countries. Migration management certainly gives short shrift to the local labor market, and the success of an asylum application hinges on the candidate’s ability to convincingly claim that s/he is not an “economic migrant”, but rather motivated by factors of a different nature. However, to consider asylum seekers to be in a unique relationship with the State is to consider them as an exception: a population existing outside the economic and social world. In other words, such a perspective disregards the “invisible threads” (Karl Marx) that bind individuals and place migrants within the “host” society and its production system.
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Lucas Puygrenier. Travail des migrants : des politiques au service des régimes de production. 2020. ⟨hal-03386579⟩



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