Global Migration and Political Regime Type: A Democratic Disadvantage

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An indicator of globalization is the growing number of humans crossing national borders. In contrast to explanations for flows of goods and capital, migration research has concentrated on unilateral movements to rich democracies. This focus ignores the bilateral determinants of migration and stymies empirical and theoretical inquiry. The theoretical… (More)

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@inproceedings{Breunig2012GlobalMA, title={Global Migration and Political Regime Type: A Democratic Disadvantage}, author={Christian Breunig and Xun Cao and ADAM LUEDTKE and Mark Kayser and Jeffrey S. Kopstein and David Leblang and Douglas S. Massey and Helen Milner and Phil Triadafilopoulos and Hugh Ward and Michael Ward and Anton H. Westveld and Erik Wibbels and Christopher Parsons and Ronald Skeldon and Terrie Walmsley}, year={2012} }