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While correctly identifying and being concerned with the co-constitutive relation between migration and development, these analyses seem problematic in a number of ways. First of all, the novel awareness of the nexus between migration and development does not translate into a departure from the prescriptions that have characterised the development agenda over the last four decades, but rather functions as an addendum. In fact, the Doha Declaration on Financing for Development reminds us that trade remains the only engine of development, as remittances cannot substitute foreign direct investment, but should rather be considered a source of private transfers which can have positive effects on household economies (United Nations 2009). Similarly, redistribution of resources remains firmly outside the purview of policy makers, with remittances confirming the notion that the poor should lift themselves out of poverty, rather than be supported by governmental policies. Indeed, the positive light shed on remittances as a poverty-alleviation tool confirm the idea that the market remains the best mechanism for allocating resources. Put differently, the conceptualisation of the migration and development nexus posited by the above documents does not represent a change in the overall aims and objectives of development interventions, but rather a \"new\" dimension of concern that is added to the range of policies that have been in place since the neoliberal turn of the 1980s. This waters down the progressive potential associated with the re-discovery of migration as a driving force of development. Secondly, functioning as a confirmation of a pre-existing agenda, any attempt at re-considering the latter's basic tenets is actually pre-empted. In the words of Matt Bakker, \"viewing paltry sums of money from some of the world's least affluent people\" as a public resource and a promising source of development lays \"out a preferred set of market-based policies that have largely displaced alternative policy approaches\" (Bakker 2015, 10-13).
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