A range of issues on governance, participation, and accountability, including: citizenship, planning, economic investment, rights, and environmental impact.

The Psychology of Global Mobility


The history of human beings is the history of global mobility, as evinced by the long journeys taken by our prehistoric ancestors. And more people are currently on the move than ever before: over 200 million worldwide, a larger population than most of the world’s countries. The Psychology of Global Mobility explores the human dimensions behind the statistics—not only the stories of new immigrants and war refugees, but also business travelers, tourists, and students—for a distinctive guide to this ongoing evolution.

DFID aid worker and RAF jet
The research spans low-income, aid-dependent states that are landlocked (Malawi, Zambia), Island economies (Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea), and also transition economies (China, India) and addresses the salary gap that exists between aid workers working for different agencies.


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