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Immigration in the Global Economy - Blakely, Michael T. Ball
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My dissertation explores the implications of discretionary control over immigration policies, argning that the class-based selection that it facilitates plays a vital role in constructing and maintaining issues of global and domestic injustice. High-income countries have the authority and power to decide, with few exceptions, who gets admitted, under what conditions, and for how long. The result is that poor nonwhite would-be immigrants are largely excluded and the skilled and affluent are confronted by relatively porous borders. While this is largely taken for granted including within liberal…mehr

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My dissertation explores the implications of discretionary control over immigration policies, argning that the class-based selection that it facilitates plays a vital role in constructing and maintaining issues of global and domestic injustice. High-income countries have the authority and power to decide, with few exceptions, who gets admitted, under what conditions, and for how long. The result is that poor nonwhite would-be immigrants are largely excluded and the skilled and affluent are confronted by relatively porous borders. While this is largely taken for granted including within liberal political philosophy-1 argue that discretionary control ought to be rejected. Global and domestic justice are best served by opening borders to the least advantaged.