Inequality, globalisation and the governance of migration

Renewal - ISSN 0968-5211
Volume 30 Number 4 (2022)

Inequality, globalisation and the governance of migration
James Hampshire pages 68-78


Migration is shaped by historic and entrenched inequalities. During the period of globalisation, new patterns of income and wealth distribution emerged. There is now unprecedented mobility for the global elite (including from poorer countries) but very restricted mobility for most of the world’s population. Migration governance functions to reproduce and enforce global inequality.

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James Hampshire (2022) Inequality, globalisation and the governance of migration, Renewal, 30(4), 68-78

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