Turning the tide? Why development will not stop migration.

@article{Haas2007TurningTT,
  title={Turning the tide? Why development will not stop migration.},
  author={H. Haas},
  journal={Development and Change},
  year={2007},
  volume={38},
  pages={819-841}
}
  • H. Haas
  • Published 2007
  • Economics
  • Development and Change
Restrictive immigration policies and the militarization of external border controls by the US and the EU have failed to significantly curb immigration from Latin America and Africa. Rather, they have led to greater reliance on increasingly risky and costly irregular migration and have paradoxically encouraged permanent settlement. A commonly presented ‘smart solution’ to curb immigration is to address the perceived root causes of migration through increasing aid or liberalizing trade with… Expand

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