The recent landings of illegal immigrants on the Italian and Spanish coasts, the immigrant riots in France, and the migratory pressure faced by many countries are an indication that migration will remain high on the agenda of international public policy for some time. In order to generate insights urgently needed by policy makers, this book takes stock of current migration research and seeks to contribute to the ongoing debate on the implications of labor flows and the scope for designing strategies to improve the management of migration both at the national and international levels. In this book, prominent and innovative scholars focus on such topics as the impact of brain drain on growth, the relationship between labor, trade, and capital flows, outsourcing and social values as determinants of migration, the benefits of immigration for different types of receiving countries, and EU migration policies vis-à-vis third countries.

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