POLS 7665X Political Economy of Migration

30 hours plus conference; 3 credits

Presents the prominent themes, theoretical explanations, epochal and modern historical accounts of the political economy of migration on an international, regional, national, ethnic, and sub-national basis. Class will examine thematic and political-economic interpretations and theories of migration in the contemporary era.


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