Precarity, mobility and the city: introduction to the special issue
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AbstractDrawing on empirically rich and theoretically grounded case studies, the articles in this issue explore ways in which global governmental processes affect mobility and, similarly, how seemingly local movements impact upon global processes.
CitationBakonyi J, Kappler S, Nag E-M, Opfermann LS (2021) 'Precarity, mobility and the city: introduction to the special issue', Global Policy, 12 (2), pp.5-9.
SponsorsDurham Global Security Institute
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