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Migrant CityA New History of London$
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Panikos Panayi

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780300210972

Published to Yale Scholarship Online: September 2020

DOI: 10.12987/yale/9780300210972.001.0001

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Migrants and the Global City

Migrants and the Global City

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(p.307) 12 Migrants and the Global City
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Migrant City
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Panikos Panayi

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Yale University Press
DOI:10.12987/yale/9780300210972.003.0012

This chapter considers three unique aspects in London's migratory history through a series of other interlinked features: demography, globality, employability, social mobility, and a revisiting of diversity. These five headings can provide a deeper understanding of the relationship between migration, globality, and diversity. This is especially seen through the prism of employment because the discussions have demonstrated that, while London has for most of the last three centuries constituted the political and financial capital of the world, this has fed into its importance as a global work centre. It has attracted people from Britain, Europe, and the rest of the world seeking employment in all sectors of the economy. This includes cleaners as well as hawkers, musicians, footballers, and political and financial elites.

Keywords:   London, demography, globality, employability, social mobility, diversity, employment, migratory history, London economy

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