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European immigrations: trends, structures and policy implications

European immigrations: trends, structures and policy implications

An essential contribution to understanding the dynamics of contemporary immigrant inflows and integration in Europe

eBook, Electronic resource, Book. English. Electronic books.
Published Amsterdam : Amsterdam University Press 2012

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Details

ISBN: 9048517273, 9089644571, 9789048517275, 9789089644572
Note: Includes bibliographical references.
Physical Description: 1 online resource (277 pages).
Series: IMISCOE Research
Subject: Immigration & Emigration.; Sociology and anthropology.; Einwanderung; SOCIAL SCIENCE Popular Culture.; SOCIAL SCIENCE Anthropology Cultural.; Emigration and immigration.; Europe.; Mitgliedsstaaten; Europe Emigration and immigration.; SOCIAL SCIENCE Sociology General.; Political Science.; Law, Politics & Government.; Society and social sciences Society and social sciences.; POLITICAL SCIENCE Public Policy Cultural Policy.
Series Title: IMISCOE research.

Contents

  1. Transition from emigration to immigration Is it the destiny of modern European countries?Introduction
  2. 'Old' immigration countries in Europe: The concept and empirical examples /Heinz Fassmann and Ursula Reeger
  3. Migration transitions in an era of liquid migration: Reflections on Fassmann and Reeger /Godfried Engbersen
  4. The Southern European 'model of immigration': A sceptical view /Martin Baldwin-Edwards
  5. Framing the Iberian model of labour migration: Employment exploitation, de facto deregulation and formal compensation /Jorge Malheiros
  6. The evolving area of freedom, security and justice: Taking stock and thinking ahead /Dora Kostakopoulou