New directions in studying policies of international student mobility and migration

Yvonne Riaño, C. Van Mol, Parvati Raghuram

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Abstract

Many host-countries have liberalised migration policies to facilitate the transition of international students to the local labour market as they are seen as economic agents who increase global competitiveness and integrate easily. However, how migration and educational policies at the regional and national levels emerge, are negotiated and become implemented, and how they contradict other policies, remains little-known. This special issue aims to address that gap. This introductory paper offers an analytical framework for studying policies of international student mobility that addresses four critical dimensions: discourses, contexts, agents and temporalities before offering some key avenues for future research.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)283-294
JournalGlobalisation, Societies and Education
Volume16
Issue number3
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2018

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Keywords

  • AUSTRALIA
  • Australia
  • DISCOURSE
  • DISCURSIVE INSTITUTIONALISM
  • EDUCATION
  • Europe
  • IDEAS
  • IMMIGRATION REGIME
  • International student migration
  • STATES
  • international student mobility
  • migration policy
  • policy-making

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New directions in studying policies of international student mobility and migration. / Riaño, Yvonne; Van Mol, C.; Raghuram, Parvati.

In: Globalisation, Societies and Education, Vol. 16, No. 3, 2018, p. 283-294.

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