Against a background of past, limited examples of international cooperation, and ambitious hopes for extensive future efforts, this volume puts two related questions to the empirical test: under which conditions are states prepared to cooperate over international migration, and what form - bilateral, multilateral, formal, informal - will this cooperation take?

chapter 1|13 pages


Incentivizing Cooperation
ByRandall Hansen, Jobst Koehler, Jeannette Money

chapter 2|14 pages

Making Cooperation Work

Interests, Incentives, and Action
ByRandall Hansen

part Part I|44 pages

North–North Cooperation

chapter 3|13 pages

Mobility within the European Union

ByAndrew Geddes, Jeannette Money

chapter 4|29 pages

Migration Cooperation in Asia

The Trans-Tasman Travel Arrangement
BySarah P. Lockhart, Jeannette Money

part Part II|73 pages

North–South Cooperation

chapter 7|28 pages

What Government Networks Do in the Field of Migration

An Analysis of Selected Regional Consultative Processes 1
ByJobst Koehler

chapter 8|18 pages

International Cooperation and International Migration

An Overview
BySusan Martin

part Part III|75 pages

South–South Cooperation

chapter 10|41 pages

Managing Migration in Asia

The Role of Interstate Cooperation
ByRupa Chanda, Sasidaran Gopalan

chapter |11 pages


ByRandall Hansen, Jobst Koehler, Jeannette Money