This course introduces the basic theories of international human resource economics. The course is divided into three parts namely the globalisation of the labour market, economics of migration and global unemployment. The features of globalisation including the trend, characteristics and immigration policy will be introduced in this course. The key determinants of migration will be discussed. The effects of immigration to both the host and home country will also be examined. Additionally, the issues in labour market integration will also be explored. The issues of international human resource economics will be examined by analysing case studies from various countries including Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Other global labour market issues including ageing population and its impact on the labour market will also be examined. In the final section of the course, discussion will focus on the future engine of the society-women, migrants and senior citizens.