Based on a review by Alain Parant This work of more than 800 pages starts out from a recognition that the minds of the general public, and also of the scientific community are increasingly focused on the issue of international migration. International migration is generally perceived on a very large geographical scale (in terms of North and South, or developed and developing regions), the regions in question being much too heterogeneous to allow the trends at work to be deciphered ...
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