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Migration Management and the State

Globalisation
Governance
Migration
P249
Maria Koinova
University of Warwick
Thibaut Jaulin
Sciences Po Paris

Friday 09:00 - 10:40 (09/09/2016)

Building: Faculty of Arts Floor: Ground Room: FA001

Abstract

This panel seeks to focus on the role of states in migratory processes, on the sending, transit, and receiving sides. By having the capacity, if not always the will, to regulate migration stocks and flows, states remain central in any research agenda around the politics of migration. Questions around state interests, the role of political institutions, and the political determinants of migration outcomes continue to be pertinent. For this panel, researchers will be encouraged to highlight the multiple linkages between states and migrant populations, the rationale behind the mechanisms that states employ to engage with such groups, and the consequences of migratory processes for the international system.

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