The International Political Economy of Migration in the Globalization Era by Leila Simona Talani English | PDF,EPUB | 2021 | 408 Pages | ISBN : 3030793206 | 30.9 MB
This book concerns with the analysis of the impact of globalization on international migration from a distinct international political economy perspective. It confronts theoretical debates from the different international political economy (IPE) approaches and elaborates on the implications of different theories in policymaking and political realms. Here, migration is examined as an integral part of the global political economy that is structurally connected to the process of globalization, although the definition of globalization itself is a subject of enquiry.
Not Paying the Rent: Imagining a Fairer Capitalism by Neil Wilcock English | PDF,EPUB | 2021 | 216 Pages | ISBN : 3030788601 | 3 MB
This is a conversational book with chapters directly followed by responses from experts. The main authors propose that the failure in development is not due to capitalism but rather rentism, which is earnings based on political rather market returns. Rent prevents development and ingrains social and economic inequalities.