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    The Marketization of Citizenship in an Age of Restrictionism.(Essay)

    Shachar, Ayelet
    Ethics & International Affairs, 2018, Vol.32(1), p.3(11) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Cengage Learning, Inc.
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    Titre: The Marketization of Citizenship in an Age of Restrictionism.(Essay)
    Auteur: Shachar, Ayelet
    Sujet: Visas – Laws, Regulations and Rules - President of the United States – Foreign Policy - President of the United States – Social Policy - Emigration and Immigration – Laws, Regulations and Rules - Citizenship – Analysis
    Description: In today's age of restrictionism, a growing number of countries are closing their gates of admission to most categories of would-be immigrants with one important exception. Governments increasingly seek to lure and attract “high value” migrants, especially those with access to large sums of capital. These individuals are offered golden visa programs that lead to fast-tracked naturalization in exchange for a hefty investment, in some cases without inhabiting or even setting foot in the passport-issuing country to which they now officially belong. In the U.S. context, the contrast between the “Dreamers” and “Parachuters” helps to draw out this distinction between civic ties and credit lines as competing bases for membership acquisition. Drawing attention to these seldom-discussed citizenship-for-sale practices, this essay highlights their global surge and critically evaluates the legal, normative, and distributional quandaries they raise. I further argue that purchased membership goods cannot replicate or substitute the meaningful links to a political community that make citizenship valuable and worth upholding in the first place.
    Fait partie de: Ethics & International Affairs, 2018, Vol.32(1), p.3(11)
    Identifiant: 0892-6794 (ISSN)

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    Competing Orders? The Challenge of Religion to Modern Constitutionalism

    Hirschl, Ran, Shachar, Ayelet
    The University of Chicago Law Review, 2018, Vol.85(2), pp.425-456 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Economic Theories of Citizenship Ascension

    Devoretz, Don, Irastorza, Nahikari, Shachar, Ayelet, Bauboeck, Rainer, Bloemraad, Irene, Vink, Maarten
    The Oxford Handbook of Citizenship;
    SwePub (National Library of Sweden)
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    Titre: Economic Theories of Citizenship Ascension
    Auteur: Devoretz, Don; Irastorza, Nahikari; Shachar, Ayelet; Bauboeck, Rainer; Bloemraad, Irene; Vink, Maarten
    Date: 2017
    Sujet: Social Sciences - Samhällsvetenskap - Humanities/Social Sciences - Citizenship - Economics - Naturalisation - Immigrants
    Fait partie de: The Oxford Handbook of Citizenship;
    Identifiant: 9780198805854 (ISBN)

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    The Oxford handbook of citizenship

    Shachar, Ayelet
    Oxford : Oxford University Press
    2017
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    Titre: The Oxford handbook of citizenship / ed. by Ayelet Shachar ... [et al.]
    Auteur: Shachar, Ayelet
    Editeur: Oxford : Oxford University Press
    Date: 2017
    Collation: 880 p.
    Collection: Oxford handbooks
    Documents dans cette collection: Oxford handbooks
    Sujet RERO: Citoyenneté - [Encyclopédies]
    Note: Issu d'un workshop organisé en juin 2016
    Classification: dr-sys A 37 e
    dr-sys A 37 g
    neu-sfm Citizenship
    dr-neubfd A 37 e OXHC 2017
    Identifiant: 9780198805854 (hardback) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008686020
    Permalien:
    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008686020/html?view=NJ_V1

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    On Citizenship, States, and Markets

    Shachar, Ayelet, Hirschl, Ran
    Journal of Political Philosophy, June 2014, Vol.22(2), pp.231-257 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Introduction: Citizenship and the ‘Right to Have Rights’

    Shachar, Ayelet
    Citizenship Studies, 17 February 2014, Vol.18(2), p.114-124 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group)
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    Titre: Introduction: Citizenship and the ‘Right to Have Rights’
    Auteur: Shachar, Ayelet
    Editeur: Routledge
    Sujet: Citizenship - Provisional Membership - Globalization - Immigration - Sovereignty - Borders
    Fait partie de: Citizenship Studies, 17 February 2014, Vol.18(2), p.114-124
    Identifiant: 1362-1025 (ISSN); 1469-3593 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/13621025.2014.886389 (DOI)

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    Preface

    Levey, Geoffrey Brahm, Shachar, Ayelet
    Citizenship Studies, 17 February 2014, Vol.18(2), p.113-113 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group)
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    Titre: Preface
    Auteur: Levey, Geoffrey Brahm; Shachar, Ayelet
    Editeur: Routledge
    Fait partie de: Citizenship Studies, 17 February 2014, Vol.18(2), p.113-113
    Identifiant: 1362-1025 (ISSN); 1469-3593 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/13621025.2014.886379 (DOI)

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    Recuiting “Super Talent”: The New World of Selective Migration Regimes

    Shachar, Ayelet, Hirschl, Ran
    Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 1 January 2013, Vol.20(1), pp.71-107 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Recruiting "super talent": the new world of selective migration regimes

    Shachar, Ayelet, Hirschl, Ran
    Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, Wntr, 2013, Vol.20(1), p.71(37) [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Recruiting "Super Talent": The New World of Selective Migration Regimes

    Shachar, Ayelet, Hirschl, Ran
    Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 2013, Vol.20(1), pp.71-107 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Project MUSE
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    Titre: Recruiting "Super Talent": The New World of Selective Migration Regimes
    Auteur: Shachar, Ayelet; Hirschl, Ran
    Sujet: Emigration And Immigration -- Social Aspects - Emigration And Immigration -- Government Policy -- Moral And Ethical Aspects
    Description: The desire to be great, to make a lasting mark, is as old as civilization itself. Today, it is no longer measured exclusively by the size of a polity's armed forces, the height of its pyramids, the luxury of its palaces, or even the wealth of its natural resources. Governments in high-income countries and emerging economies alike have come to subscribe to the view that in order to secure a position in the pantheon of excellence, it is the ability to draw human capital, to become an "IQ magnet," that counts. Across the globe, countries are vying to outbid one another in an effort to attract highly-skilled migrants, aggressively recruiting those at the top of the talent pyramid who possess what we might call super talent. This spiraling race for talent is one of the most significant developments in recalibrating international migration and mobility in today's globalizing world. Yet it has received only scant attention in academic circles despite its growing prominence in the real world of law and policy-making. In this article, we begin to close the gap. Our discussion highlights the increasingly common practice of governments "picking winners" through fast-tracked, strategic grants of citizenship for those with exceptional skills and extraordinary talent, while at the same time holding other categories of "standard" immigration applicants (those entering on the basis of family reunification, humanitarian reasons, and so on) to ever stricter admission and permission-to-stay requirements. We chart and explain these developments before turning to identify the core ethical and legal challenges they raise. The discussion concludes by exploring whether, and if so, how, these striking developments may transform the concepts of citizenship and migration in the twenty-first century.
    Fait partie de: Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, 2013, Vol.20(1), pp.71-107
    Identifiant: 1080-0727 (ISSN); 1543-0367 (E-ISSN)