By Rachel Sabates-Wheeler, Rayah Feldman
The transforming into scale of foreign migration has reshaped the controversy at the social rights and social defense on hand to humans open air their international locations of starting place. This ebook makes use of conceptual frameworks, coverage research and empirical reviews of migrants to discover overseas migrants' wishes for and entry to social defense the world over.
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Of particular interest is an exploration of how access to social protection provisions for migrants interacts with the shape of labour markets in destination locations, both internally and internationally. As well as reflecting a limited view of the nature of migrant labour, current research only investigates one element of a portability story – that of the administrative procedures associated with portability. Further elements, related mainly to access, need also to be explored. Ignoring the issue of access implies a direct cost for government budgets, as employers and migrants are often able to circumvent tax and social security payments.
25) But states have also recognized the use of welfare systems as a tool for managing and controlling migration. How governments choose to manipulate the welfare system in relation to migration is in principle independent of the type of system operating and more a function of the balance of political forces in the nation-state in question (see for example Guiraudon, 2000 and Hollifield, 2000). The beginning of restrictions on migration in Western Europe in the early 1970s coincided with financial pressures on state spending, and many European governments found themselves struggling to limit the cost of welfare provision.
Migration and Social Protection: Claiming Social Rights Beyond Borders (Rethinking International Development) by Rachel Sabates-Wheeler, Rayah Feldman