Gabriel Echeverría (2020). Towards a Systemic Theory of Irregular Migration: Explaining Ecuadorian Irregular Migration in Amsterdam and Madrid.

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https://doi.org/10.33182/ml.v19i2.2002

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Book Review , Gabriel Echeverría , Systemic Theory , Irregular Migration, Migration, Explaining Ecuadorian , Amsterdam, Madrid

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This is a book review for the recent publication by Dr. Gabriel Echeverría, Towards a Systemic Theory of Irregular Migration: Explaining Ecuadorian Irregular Migration in Amsterdam and Madrid, published in 2020 by Springer (e-ISBN 978-3-030-40903-6). The book covers the subject of irregular international migration, of the legal definitions that relate to it, and the theories that study it from both a social and economic perspective. The book also includes a case-study, that of the Ecuadorian irregular immigration to Spain and to the Netherlands, and attempts to explain it by developing a systemic theory that includes a mixture of legal and socio-economic elements. The book comprises an introduction and three parts, and it is further subdivided into a total of eight chapters.

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2022-03-07

How to Cite

De Luca, G., & Parven, S. (2022). Gabriel Echeverría (2020). Towards a Systemic Theory of Irregular Migration: Explaining Ecuadorian Irregular Migration in Amsterdam and Madrid . Migration Letters, 19(2), 247–252. https://doi.org/10.33182/ml.v19i2.2002

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Book Reviews