A versatile, wide-lens study of immigration policy and demography worldwide. While its breadth and interest in the fundamental building blocks of immigration governance will interest undergraduate students and non-specialists, its rigor, scope, and the novelty of its analysis make it essential reading for graduate students and migration experts.
About the Author
Anna K. Boucher is Senior Lecturer in Public Policy and Political Science at the University of Sydney. She is the author of Gender, Migration, and the Global Race for Talent (2016) and numerous peer-reviewed articles. She is the holder of major research grants, including from the Australian Research Council. She frequently reports to governmental reviews on immigration matters and comments in the media on migration topics, including for the BBC, The Guardian, the Zeit, The Australian Financial Review, and the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. In 2007, she co-founded the Migration Studies Unit at the London School of Economics and Political Science.