Table of Contents
   List of Illustrations and Tablesp. ix
   Acknowledgmentsp. xiii
   Introductionp. 1
      Migration from Prehistory to Columbusp. 11
         Early Migrationp. 12
         Connecting Humanityp. 18
         Migration and Humanityp. 37
      Global Migrations: Toward a World Economyp. 39
         The Age of Explorationp. 40
         Imperialism and Coercionp. 45
         Unfree Migrations: Slavery and Indentured Laborp. 47
         Global ôFreeö Migrations (ca. 1840-1914)p. 57
         Builders of the Modern Worldp. 67
      ôManagedö Migration in the Twentieth Century (1914-1973)p. 69
         The End of the Liberal Periodp. 70
         The Interwar Period: Economic Decline and Regulated Migrationp. 77
         Post-WWII Migrationsp. 85
         Finding Reasons to Regulatep. 92
      Leaving Home: Migration Decisions and Processesp. 97
         Micro-Level: Individuals and Familiesp. 99
         Meso-Level: Networks and Systemsp. 103
         Macro-Level: Demographic, Political, and Economic Conditionsp. 109
         Individual, Society, and National Influencesp. 120
      Immigration and Border Controlp. 121
         Channels and Flows of Migrationp. 122
         Economic Migrationp. 127
         Social Migrationp. 140
         Refugee Migrationp. 147
         Border Controlp. 153
         Beyond Border Controlsp. 160
      The Impacts of Migrationp. 162
         Impacts on Receiving Countriesp. 164
         Impacts on Sending Countriesp. 178
         Impacts on Migrantsp. 193
         Impacts on Societies and Migrantsp. 209
      The Future of Migrationp. 213
         The Backdrop of Globalizationp. 215
         Supply of Migrantsp. 219
         Demand for Migrantsp. 241
      A Global Migration Agendap. 259
         Thought Experimentsp. 261
         A Long-Term Vision of Freer Movementp. 265
         Principles for Global Migrationp. 270
         The Need for Global Leadershipp. 281
   Notesp. 287
   Referencesp. 331
   Indexp. 359