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People move on: the policy and politics of migration from central and eastern Europe to neoliberal Scotland

Clark, C.R. (2010) People move on: the policy and politics of migration from central and eastern Europe to neoliberal Scotland. In: Neoliberal Scotland? Rethinking Scotland In A Global Context. Cambridge Scholars Press, pp. 225-267. ISBN 978-1-4438-1675-5

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Abstract

This chapter discusses the policy and politics of migration from central and eastern Europe to neoliberal Scotland.