Migrant labour, and the neo-liberal development paradigm: balancing the contradictions in the Australian aid program
The zeal with which the free movement of goods is pursued through the World Trade Organisation, or the free moment of capital promoted by the International Monetary Fund is contrasted by the hostility of most government and international organizations towards the free movement of labour (Overbeek 2002, p. 75).
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