Goods and money can move easily in free markets, but not people. Almost every day there are news reports of would-be migrants locked in cargo holds, foundering in small boats or discovered in trucks. If they survive to reach their destination, they often face a hostile reception by citizens of the host country. People migrate for many reasons. Often, they have few opportunities at home, and so may be lured by promises of work in rich countries seeking cheap labor. "The No-Nonsense Guide to International Migration" looks at all the issues, from who migrates and why, to the benefits for both the country of origin and the country where they end up.
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