Non-migration amidst Zimbabwe's economic meltdown

Jaji, Rose
External Publications (2023)

Lanham, MA: Lexington Books


Non-Migration Amidst Zimbabwe’s Economic Meltdown addresses the complexities surrounding non-migration in Zimbabwe within the context of protracted political and economic uncertainty. Rose Jaji discusses how individual subjectivities mediate macroeconomic factors and critiques simplistic explanations of non-migration, paying particular attention the complexities and contradictions involved in the decision not to migrate. The book ends with a discussion of the synergistic relationship between non-migration and migration, demonstrating how one can morph into the other in response to evolving individual circumstances and macroeconomic factors.

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