Chapter 1: Introduction: Issues and Perspectives.
Chapter 2: The New Model of Global Governance.
Chapter 3: The Political Model of Migration.
Chapter 4: Cosmopolitan Economic Membership.
Chapter 5: Global Equality and Justice.
"This is an excellent book. ... It deals in an illuminating and original way with a range of issues that are fundamental to the contemporary world." Alan Carling, University of Bradford
"The text moves the debate on migration and mobility to a new place and level, raising vital questions and offering perspectives that are both original and challenging for anybody working in the field." Phillip Cole, Middlesex University
"In a world on the move, we can no longer assume the division of humanity into bordered entities as a given. Using current immigration issues as a starting point, Jordan and Duvell venture boldly beyond ordinary policy concerns to recast theories of equality and justice." Aristide R. Zolberg, Graduate Faculty, New School University, New York
- Offers an alternative to market-driven regimes for migration management, which select only those able to make economic contributions.
- Shows that liberal democracy has no coherent theory of how members should be selected for political communities - the demands of footloose economic agents cannot be reconciles with the needs of vulnerable populations.
- Exposes incoherence in states’ policies, and in theories of equality and justice.
- Includes new research evidence on transnational nomadism.