'Accounting' for migrants in inequality and the future: the distance to openness
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The questions of the value of migrations to social development and the alleviation and/ or exacerbation of poverty and inequality have featured strongly in international debates and discussions in the wake of large-scale movements of people from Africa into Europe and the protectionist responses of voters in many European countries.
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