by Khalid Koser (Eds)
Publisher: World Economic Forum, Geneva
The book offers a series of cases, each of which describes several
facets of the relationship between migrants and businesses.
The cases also present compelling evidence of how
migrants contribute to business, economic growth and
development in their host and destination countries. This
research raises many questions: how can actors collectively
improve conditions for migrants in the workplace? How can
distortions in legislation or markets be corrected to balance
a demand for migrant labour with social cohesion?