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Filomeno offers an introduction to the study of local immigration policy and proposes a relational approach to advance this field of inquiry. Most studies articulate a localist narrative in which local problems associated with immigration prompt local policies, shaped by local conditions and with local consequences. Other studies show that local immigration policies cannot be understood apart from their context, including inter-governmental relations, transnational economic processes and international norms. After discussing the limits of the localist approach, Filomeno describes the ontological, theoretical and methodological principles of a relational approach, which can explain the emergence, variation and effects of local immigration policy in a context of globalization.
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- Introduction: Local Governments and Immigration
Felipe Amin Filomeno
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