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Money Matters in Migration: Policy, Participation, and Citizenship

Edited by: Tesseltje de Lange, Willem Maas, Annette Schrauwen

ISBN13: 9781316517505
To be Published: February 2022
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
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Migration, participation, and citizenship, are central political and social concerns, are deeply affected by money. The role of money - tangible, intangible, conceptual, and as a policy tool - is understudied, overlooked, and analytically underdeveloped. For sending and receiving societies, migrants, their families, employers, NGOs, or private institutions, money defines the border, inclusion or exclusion, opportunity structures, and equality or the lack thereof. Through the analytical lens of money, the chapters in this book expose hidden and sometimes contradictory policy objectives, unwanted consequences, and inconsistent regulatory structures. The authors from a range of fields provide multiple perspectives on how money shapes decisions from all actors in migration trajectories, from micro to macro level. Taking an interdisciplinary approach, the book draws on case studies from Europe, the Americas, Asia, and Africa. This comprehensive overview brings to light the deep global impacts money has on migration and citizenship.

Subjects:
Immigration, Asylum, Refugee and Nationality Law
Contents:
1. Money matters in migration: a synthetic approach Tesseltje de Lange, Willem Maas, and Annette Schrauwen
Part I. Migration:
2. Money matters: The role of funding in migration governance
Elaine Lebon-McGregor and Nicholas R. Micinski
3. Digging a moat around fortress Europe: EU funding as an instrument of exclusion
Caterina Molinari
4. European funds for 'sub-Saharan' migrants in Morocco: caring or controlling?
Lorena Gazzotti
5. Cash rules everything: money and migration in the Colombian-Venezuelan borderlands
Charles Larratt-Smith
6. Recruitment fees, indebtedness and the impairment of Asian migrant workers' rights
Pedro de Sena
7. Pushing out the poor: income requirements and termination of residence
Annette Schrauwen
8. Follow the money: income requirements in Norwegian immigration regulations
Helga Eggebø and Anne Staver
Part II. Participation:
9. Money matters in live-in migrant carer arrangements: a comparative analysis between Germany and The Netherlands
Anita Böcker, María Bruquetas-Callejo,Vincent Horn, and Cornelia Schweppe
10. De-magnetizing the market: irregular migrants, undeclared work, and the fight against the informal economy
Kimberly J. Morgan
11. Women as EU citizens: caught between work, sufficient resources, and the market
Sandra Mantu
12. Migrant financial inclusion versus the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing
Tesseltje de Lange and Elspeth Guild
13. Migrant remittances and money laundering in Africa
Cristiano d'Orsi
Part III. Citizenship:
14. The marketization of citizenship: the origins and spread of citizenship by investment Kristin Surak
15. Are citizenship-by-investment programs legitimate? Suggesting some assessment methods
Elena Prats
16. Wealth as a golden visa to citizenship
Ayelet Shachar
17. Divided families and devalued citizens: money matters in mixed-status families in the Netherlands
Judith de Jong and Betty de Hart
18. Money in internal migration: financial resources and unequal citizenship
Willem Maas