Basket: 0 items £0.00
Submit an Enquiry or Call Us +44 (0) 1482 384660
Image for Migration and regional integration in West Africa: a borderless ECOWAS
Preview with VLeBooks

Migration and regional integration in West Africa: a borderless ECOWAS

By: Adeniran, Adebusuyi Isaac,

1137479531 / 9781137479532
eBook
304.80966
08/10/2014
Available
England
160 pages
Copy: 10%; print: 10%
Description based on CIP data; item not viewed.

Migration and Regional Integration in West Africa explores how different immigration policies and multiple monetary zones have hindered sustainable cross-border socio-economic interactions in West Africa. Since previous empirical efforts have largely neglected how the migration process is sustained at "home" and "abroad", Adeniran examines the significance of cross-border networking in the process of identity integration within the ECOWAS sub-region. Studying the informal cross-border interactions along the Nigerian-Ivorian migratory corridor by the Ejigbo-Yoruba, Adeniran believes these migrants have persistently enabled the processes of regional integration and inter-community development within the sub-region. Their interactions have accounted for the harmonization of distinctive dual identities within the transnational social space, and suggest that related cross-border networking pattern should be promoted in order to attain the goal of a borderless ECOWAS sub-region.

BIC:

Licence From £46.99
Learn More