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Development Centre Studies Tackling the Policy Challenges of Migration : Regulation, Integration, De

The regulation challengeThe integration challengeThe development challengeTackling the policy challenges of international migrationEffective partnerships for better migration management and developmentThe main facts of contemporary migrationGlobal interdependence increases migration pressuresEnvironmental factors play a growing role in population movementsThe number of South-South migrants is greater than the number of South- North migrantsLocal populations perceive immigration as a threat to social cohesionMigration policies tend to be increasingly restrictiveMany immigrants suffer high levels of vulnerabilityA number of developing countries have become dependent on emigration and remittancesThe policy challenges of international migrationNotesReferencesGlobal governance and the regulation of migration flowsA non-cooperative governance frameworkThe link between migration and developmentThe political economy of migration regulationTo co-operate or not to co-operate? A problem of asymmetryFrom individual attitudes to concrete immigration policiesCounterproductive effects of non-cooperative policiesFinancial and human cost of restrictive migration policiesCostly migration policies are not always effectiveIntroducing the benefits of immigration in the debateNotesReferencesImmigrant integration in the SouthSouth-South migration: is social cohesion at risk?Shifting wealth, shifting migration flowsWhy immigrant integration mattersNon-integration and political backlash in the SouthParticular cases of vulnerability: refugees and stranded migrantsWhy traditional models of integration do not apply in the SouthNeighbourhood effectLow relative deprivationLimits of the multiculturalism modelWhat priorities?NotesReferencesEmigration, labour markets and developmentHow emigration affects migrant householdsThe trade-off between lost labour and remittancesThe lost-labour effectThe remittance effectA gender perspectiveHow emigration affects migrant-sending countriesRemittances, moral hazard and unemploymentLabour market equilibriumThe international externalities of migration policiesLeaving the country, reshaping the labour marketNotesReferencesRethinking the governance of international migrationA more flexible regulation of international migration flowsAcknowledging needsFostering circularityCompensating losersA better integration of immigrantsFighting against discriminationIncorporating immigrants into societyA greater impact of labour mobility on developmentConsolidating labour marketsAccumulating human capitalPromoting financial democracyStrengthening social cohesionInteractions and complementarities of objectivesNotesReferencesFostering international co-operationBilateral levelRegional levelGlobal levelStrengthening decentralisationIncluding more actorsNon-governmental organisations (NGOs)Trade unionsThe private sectorAcademic sectorImproving policy coherenceNotesReferences
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