International migration has been subject to many studies, conducted by academics, students, policy makers and civil society. As the migration flows continue to increase amongst countries, new dynamics shape international politics, economy, and culture. In this context, the main purpose of this book is to present a contemporary understanding on international migration through an interdisciplinary analysis made by specialist in this domain.
This book goes beyond the theoretical analysis of international migration, by having the objective of proposing on every chapter a specific empirical analysis.
The authors investigate migration and its dynamics in different perspectives (cultural, economic, political, judicial, and sociological) by considering the latest changes in the International Relations agenda. This book aims to shed light on different minor aspects of international migration in a critical perspective.
The main objective of this book is to analyze the latest development on international migration in the twenty first century through an interdisciplinary perspective. The book covers economic, judicial, sociological, political and geopolitical approaches having as goal to present the evolution of contemporary international migration process.