The Elgar Handbooks in Migration series provides a definitive overview of recent research in all matters relating to the study of Migration, forming an extensive guide to the subject. This series covers research areas including internal migration, the global impact of human trafficking and forced labour, and international migration policy, and constitutes an essential new resource in the field. Each volume is edited by an editor recognised as an international leader within the field, and consists of original contributions by leading authors. These Handbooks are developed using an international approach, and contribute to both the expansion of current debates within the field, and the development of future research agendas.
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