Social mobility and migration

Roberta Medda-Windischer, Mike Danson, Richard Morén-Alegret, Mamadou Gaye

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Migration is a type of geographical mobility. This kind of mobility across space can also be related to socio-economic mobility. The study of such a combination of territorial and socio-economic movements is becoming more relevant because, on the one hand, some places are currently being reconstructed by an increase in geographical mobility. On the other hand, during the last decades, debates about socio-economic mobility have been increasing too. This special issue addresses a number of questions concerning social mobility that are at the heart of contemporary debates and have given rise to quite divergent policy prescriptions. It is quite clear that in the present economic and political environment it is unlikely that any sort of agreement about how to develop new policy regimes in this field will be easy to achieve. On the contrary, it seems likely that this will remain an area full of controversy and conflict for some time to come. © migration letters.
Idioma originalEnglish
Pàgines (de-a)193-199
RevistaMigration Letters
Estat de la publicacióPublicada - 1 de set. 2012


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