Many low-income countries and development organizations are calling for greater liberalization of labor immigration policies in high-income countries. At the same time, human rights organizations and migrant rights advocates demand more equal rights for migrant workers. The Price of Rights shows why you cannot always have both.
Martin Ruhs analyzes how high-income countries restrict the rights of migrant workers as part of their labor immigration policies and discusses the implications for global debates about regulating labor migration and protecting migrants. The book comprehensively looks at the tensions between human rights and citizenship rights, the agency and interests of migrants and states, and the determinants and ethics of labor immigration policy.
- Tipos de contenido
Análisis de políticas, La política actual, y Políticas pasadas
- Los grupos destinatarios
Legisladores, Conciencia Pública, Los empleadores y las agencias de empleo, y Los investigadores
- Relevancia geográfica