DOI: 10.5176_2251-2853_1.1.15

Authors: Jagdeep S. Bhandari


While there have been ebbs and flows of international migration in the past, both cross-border movements of persons and proportions of immigrant populations are currently close to historic highs.1 Notably, these phenomena are not limited to traditional countries of inbound immigration in the New World, but include countries spanning all continents and even countries such as Japan that have been traditionally restrictionist in admitting immigrants. Not surprisingly, scholars in several disciplines have generated a sharply growing volume of writing in international migration in recent years, particularly since the 1990s.

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