Migration

The number of people fleeing poverty, persecution, war, famine or natural desasters – or simply looking for better living conditions has increased precipitously in recent years, and is likely to increase further. So far, the global community is lacking a concerted strategy to deal with this trend. These summaries present the latest research on mass migration as well as policy recommendations.


Summaries

Dina Nayeri

Canongate, 2019

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Sarah Harper

Oxford UP, 2019

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Could a Heartland Visa Help Struggling Regions?

Adam Ozimek et al.

EIG, 2019

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A Story of War and What Comes After

Clemantine Wamariya et al.

Crown, 2018

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One Man’s Escape from North Korea

Masaji Ishikawa

Amazon Publishing, 2018

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How the Refugee Crisis Is Changing the World Economy.

Malia Politzer et al.

Huffington Post Highline, 2016

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Rethinking Refugee Policy in a Changing World

Paul Collier et al.

Oxford UP, 2017

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Economist Films

Economist Films, 2018

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How to Stem the Flow of Migrants

Sabina Henneberg et al.

Foreign Affairs, 2017

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Could a New Transnational Polity Help Solve the Refugee Crisis?

Nicholas Van Hear

Foreign Affairs, 2017

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