The migration state in the global south: nationalizing, developmental, and neoliberal models of migration management

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@article{7e81681b904e4719903c6feca73ac665,
title = "The migration state in the global south: nationalizing, developmental, and neoliberal models of migration management",
abstract = "How do states in the Global South manage cross-border migration? This article identifies Hollifield{\textquoteright}s “migration state” as a useful tool for comparative analysis yet notes that in its current version the concept is limited, given its focus on economic immigration in advanced liberal democracies. We suggest a framework for extending the “migration state” concept by introducing a typology of nationalizing, developmental, and neoliberal migration management regimes. The article explains each type and provides illustrative examples drawn from a range of case studies. To conclude, it discusses the implications of this analysis for comparative migration research, including the additional light it sheds on the migration management policies of states in the Global North.",
keywords = "Migration, Diasporas, Global South, Refugees, Migration in the Global South, Migration State, Emigration, Politics of Migration in the Global South",
author = "Fiona Adamson and Gerasimos Tsourapas",
year = "2019",
month = oct,
day = "24",
doi = "10.1177/0197918319879057",
language = "English",
journal = "International Migration Review",
issn = "0197-9183",
publisher = "Wiley-VCH Verlag",

}

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T1 - The migration state in the global south

T2 - nationalizing, developmental, and neoliberal models of migration management

AU - Adamson, Fiona

AU - Tsourapas, Gerasimos

PY - 2019/10/24

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N2 - How do states in the Global South manage cross-border migration? This article identifies Hollifield’s “migration state” as a useful tool for comparative analysis yet notes that in its current version the concept is limited, given its focus on economic immigration in advanced liberal democracies. We suggest a framework for extending the “migration state” concept by introducing a typology of nationalizing, developmental, and neoliberal migration management regimes. The article explains each type and provides illustrative examples drawn from a range of case studies. To conclude, it discusses the implications of this analysis for comparative migration research, including the additional light it sheds on the migration management policies of states in the Global North.

AB - How do states in the Global South manage cross-border migration? This article identifies Hollifield’s “migration state” as a useful tool for comparative analysis yet notes that in its current version the concept is limited, given its focus on economic immigration in advanced liberal democracies. We suggest a framework for extending the “migration state” concept by introducing a typology of nationalizing, developmental, and neoliberal migration management regimes. The article explains each type and provides illustrative examples drawn from a range of case studies. To conclude, it discusses the implications of this analysis for comparative migration research, including the additional light it sheds on the migration management policies of states in the Global North.

KW - Migration

KW - Diasporas

KW - Global South

KW - Refugees

KW - Migration in the Global South

KW - Migration State

KW - Emigration

KW - Politics of Migration in the Global South

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DO - 10.1177/0197918319879057

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JO - International Migration Review

JF - International Migration Review

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