State and the migration industry in Indonesia: legal and institutional reforms and the protection of migrant workers
The central finding of this dissertation can be simply stated: more state policies and more institutions do not mean better protection for vulnerable migrant workers in Indonesia. To understand this further, I explore the nexus between the international migration of workers and the role of the Indonesian state and the migration industry. Scholars and practitioners need to know the constellation of interests, values, and institutions of state organisations, which operate at both the national and...[Show more]
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