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.
The Ungrateful Refugee
What Immigrants Never Tell You
Brookings Institution, 2023
The Border Within
The Economics of Immigration in an Age of Fear
University of Chicago Press, 2021
Global Migration Drives Global Democracy
How Workers Abroad Weaken Dictators Back Home
Foreign Affairs, 2021
The Warmth of Other Suns
The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration
Random House, 2010
Oxford UP, 2019
From Managing Decline to Building the Future
Could a Heartland Visa Help Struggling Regions?
A River in Darkness
One Man’s Escape from North Korea
Amazon Publishing, 2018
The 21st Century Gold Rush
How the Refugee Crisis Is Changing the World Economy.
Huffington Post Highline, 2016
Rethinking Refugee Policy in a Changing World
Oxford UP, 2017