Foggy Social Structures
Foggy Social Structures
Irregular Migration, European Labour Markets and the Welfare State
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Foggy Social Structures - 2 Table of contents - 8 INTRODUCTION - 10 1 Irregular migration as a structural phenomenon - 12 PART I IRREGULAR MIGRATION AND EASTERN ENLARGEMENT - 22 2 From irregular migrants to fellow Europeans: Changes in Romanian migratory flows - 24 3 Illegality in everyday life: Polish workers in Dutch agriculture - 46 4 The informal economy of paid domestic work: Ukrainian and Polish migrants in Naples - 68 PART II IRREGULAR MIGRATION AND THE HIDDEN WELFARE REGIME - 90 5 Gaining an insight into Central European transnational care spaces: Migrant live-in care workers in Austria - 92 6 Irregular migration and foggy organisationalstructures: Implications of a German city study - 118 PART III POLICY RESPONSES - 142 7 Labour market flexibility and worker security in an age of migration - 144 8 Immigration control and strategies of irregular immigrants: From light to thick fog - 170 9 Regularisation of immigrants in Southern Europe: What can be learned from Spain? - 190 EPILOGUE - 212 10 In lieu of a conclusion: Steps towards a conceptual framework for the study of irregular migration - 214 Contributors - 230

Giuseppe Sciortino

Foggy Social Structures

Irregular Migration, European Labour Markets and the Welfare State

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Giuseppe Sciortino

Giuseppe Sciortino is professor of sociology at the University of Trento, Italy.|Michael Bommes was professor of sociology/methodology of interdisciplinary and intercultural migration research at the University of Osnabrück.