How Migration Really Works: A Factful Guide to the Most Divisive Issue in Politics

How Migration Really Works

A Factful Guide to the Most Divisive Issue in Politics
 
Publisher: Viking
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Number of Volumes: Trade paperback (UK)
 
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ISBN13:9780241632215
ISBN10:0241632218
Binding:Paperback
No. of pages:352 pages
Size:232x152x38 mm
Weight:560 g
Language:English
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Authoritative and myth-busting, this is the one book you need to read to understand why we?ve been wrong about migration

'An important book that will force Left and Right alike to reconsider old assumptions' The Telegraph

'This book should be falling out of briefcases all over Westminster' Tortoise Media

'Careful, balanced and convincing . . . challenges much of what we think is obvious about migration' Ian Morris, author of Why the West Rules - For Now

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Global migration is not at an all-time high.

Climate change will not lead to mass migration.

Immigration mainly benefits the wealthy, not workers.

Border restrictions have paradoxically produced more migration.

These statements might sound counter-intuitive or just outright wrong - but the facts behind the headlines reveal a completely different story to the ones we're told about migration. In this ground-breaking and revelatory book, based on more than three decades of research, leading expert Professor Hein de Haas explodes myths espoused by both left and right that politicians, interest groups and media regularly spread about migration.

Comparing trends and perspectives from Western 'destination countries' (UK, US and Europe) as well as 'origin countries' in Asia, Africa and Latin America, de Haas equips readers with essential knowledge on migration based on the best evidence and data, showing migration not as a problem to be solved, nor as a solution to a problem, but as it really is.

Above all, How Migration Really Works offers a new vision of migration based on facts rather than fears, and a paradigm-altering understanding of this perennially important subject.