These are urgent issues for the new century, as the upsurge of nationalist, authoritarian and racist movements threatens the liberal democratic order. Mass migrations in search of political freedom and economic opportunity expose incoherence in states’ policies, and in theories of equality and justice. Whilst globalization allows new opportunities for mobility and membership in a chosen community, claims for income support or humanitarian protection are viewed as signs of moral defectiveness. In this book, Bill Jordan and Franck Düvell offer an alternative to market-driven regimes for migration management, which select those able to make economic contributions, whilst confining vulnerable outsiders to impoverished and excluded communities of fate.
Chapter 1: Introduction: Issues and Perspectives.
Chapter 2: The New Model of Global Governance.
Chapter 3: The Political Model of Migration.
Chapter 4: Cosmopolitan Economic Membership.
Chapter 5: Global Equality and Justice.