European Immigrations
Titel
European Immigrations
Subtitel
Trends, Structures and Policy Implications
Prijs
€ 49,95
ISBN
9789089644572
Uitvoering
Paperback
Aantal pagina's
286
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
15.6 x 23.4 cm
Inhoudsopgave
Toon inhoudsopgaveVerberg inhoudsopgave
European Immigrations - 2 Table of Contents - 6 Introduction - 8 1 Transition from emigration to immigration Is it the destiny of modern European countries? - 24 2 Early starters and latecomers Comparing countries of immigration and immigration regimes in Europe - 46 3 ‘Old’ immigration countries in Europe The concept and empirical examples - 66 4 Migration transitions in an era of liquid migration Reflections on Fassmann and Reeger - 92 5 Immigrants, markets and policies in Southern Europe The making of an immigration model? - 108 6 The Southern European ‘model of immigration’ A sceptical view - 150 7 Framing the Iberian model of labour migration Employment exploitation, de facto deregulation and formal compensation - 160 8 Patterns of immigration in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland A comparative perspective - 180 9 An uncertain future of immigration in Europe Insights from expert-based stochastic forecasts for selected countries - 212 10 Comments on ‘An uncertain future of immigration in Europe’ by Wis´niowski et al. - 234 11 Migration policy matters A comparative analysis of policy recommendations - 240 12 The evolving area of freedom, security and justice Taking stock and thinking ahead - 260 Europe, a continent of immigrants A conclusion - 270 Contributors - 276

Recensies en Artikelen

“This book smartly conceptualises migration in different areas of Europe and offers insightful theoretical models to understand past and recent trends. A theoretical enrichment of the migration expertise already provided by the IMISCOE series.” -- Tim Elrick, University of Toronto, Canada |“Marek Okólski has assembled an impressive team of internationally acclaimed migration scholars to expertly take stock of and debate Europe's latest round of migration trends. A rich blend of theory and empirical analysis.” -- Russell King, Sussex Centre for Migration Research, University of Sussex, UK |“A bold but rigorous and wisely non-deterministic reconstruction of Europe’s transition to a continent of immigrants. The predominant focus on Southern and Eastern Europe enriches our understanding of European migrations as a complex and constantly evolving system of systems.” -- Ferruccio Pastore, Forum of International and European Research on Migration, Turin, Italy

Marek Okolski

European Immigrations

Trends, Structures and Policy Implications

Dit boek analyseert de instroom en integratie van immigranten in Europa, waarbij alle aspecten van de immigratie gedurende uiteenlopende perioden en in veranderende sociaaleconomische omstandigheden aan bod komen. Daarbij wordt Europa beschouwd als één economische en culturele entiteit, met een grote mate van onderlinge sociale en politieke samenhang. De auteur heeft echter ook oog voor de regionale verschillen die bepalend zijn voor de onderliggende factoren en trends.
Auteur

Marek Okolski

Marek Okólski is professor aan de faculteit Economische Wetenschappen van de Universiteit van Warschau en aan het Sociologisch Instituut van de School voor Sociale Wetenschappen en Geesteswetenschappen in Warschau.