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eBook Managing Migration: Time for a New International Regime? ePub

by Bimal Ghosh

  • ISBN: 0198297645
  • Category: Social Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Bimal Ghosh
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press; 1 edition (October 5, 2000)
  • Pages: 272
  • ePub book: 1120 kb
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Book InformationManaging Migration: Time for a New International Regime?. Oxford University Press. Better management of the international migration of highly skilled people may provide a way to expand the global talent pool as well as to allow existing talent to be used more efficiently.

The present international migration system is failing to respond to the new challenges and .

The present international migration system is failing to respond to the new challenges and opportunities that movements of people now present. Rising levels of migration and its increasingly complex pattern–marked by economic globalisation, a widening variety of source countries and unpredictable and intense flows–is making migration management more and more difficult. In addressing this critical question, the book introduces the concept of an internationally harmonized migration regime, based on the principle of regulated openness - commonalty of policy objectives, harmonized normative principles and co-ordinated institutional arrangements.

International Organization for Migration 17 route des Morillons 1211 . At the same time, in absolute terms, the annual flow is rising at a faster rate than ever before

International Organization for Migration 17 route des Morillons 1211 Geneva 19 Switzerland Tel: +4. 2. 717 91 11 Fax: +4. 798 61 50 E-mail: [email protected] Published thanks to a generous contribution from the Swiss Federal Office for Refugees. At the same time, in absolute terms, the annual flow is rising at a faster rate than ever before.

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Bimal Ghosh, Managing Migration: Time for a New International Regime (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2000); Timothy J. Hatton, Should We Have a WTO for International Migration? Economic Policy, 22, no. 50 (2007): 339–383.

1 For a more detailed discussion of the subject, see MANAGING MIGRATION: TIME FOR A NEW INTERNATIONAL REGIME?

Human mobility, in terms of the number of persons involved and the intensity of movement, has never been as high as it is today. Many more are in the queue, willing and anxious to move. Senior Consultant, International Organization of Migration and United Nations. 1 For a more detailed discussion of the subject, see MANAGING MIGRATION: TIME FOR A NEW INTERNATIONAL REGIME? 1-26, 220-47 (Bimal Ghosh e. 2000).

Managing Migration: Time for a New International Regime? Bimal Ghosh. The present international migration system is failing to respond to the new challenges and opportunities that movements of people now present. Rising levels of migration and its increasingly comple. More). Managing Migration: Whither the Missing Regime? How Relevant is Trade Law to Such a Regime? Bimal Ghosh.

In this ground-breaking study, the issues and prospects of a multilateral response to the challenge of movements of people is explored. It presents, within a single, cohesive framework, the views, perceptions, and critical analyses of a group of eminent specialists drawn from different disciplines. It introduces the concept of an internationally harmonized migration regime, based on the principle of regulated openness--commonalty of policy objectives, harmonized normative principles, and co-ordinated institutional arrangements.