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    The Routledge handbook of the politics of migration in Europe

    Weinar, Agnieszka
    Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge
    2019
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    Titre: The Routledge handbook of the politics of migration in Europe / ed. by Agnieszka Weinar, Saskia Bonjour and Lyubov Zhyznomirska
    Auteur: Weinar, Agnieszka
    Editeur: Abingdon, Oxon : Routledge
    Date: 2019
    Collation: 466 p. : ill.
    Sujet LCSH: Immigrants -- Cultural assimilation -- European Union countries - Labor supply -- European Union countries - Refugees -- Government policy -- European Union countries - European Union countries -- Emigration and immigration -- Government policy - European Union countries -- Emigration and immigration -- Political aspects
    Autre sujet: Emigration and immigration Government policy - Emigration and immigration Political aspects - Europe European Union countries - Immigrants Cultural assimilation - Labor supply - Refugees Government policy
    Contient: The case for regional approach to study politics of migration : historical context / Agnieszka Weinar, Saskia Bonjour and Lyubov Zhyznomirska -- Migration governance in Europe : a historical perspective / Adam Luedtke -- Research on the multi-level governance of migration and migrant integration : reversed pyramids / Ilke Adam and Tiziana Caponio -- Politics of migration in Europe / Agnieszka Weinar -- Beyond methodological Western-centrism : the "control gap" debate reconsidered from a global perspective / Blanca Garcés-Mascareñas -- Implementing migration policies / Nora Dörrenbacher and Tineke Strik -- Expertise, governing and migration in Europe / Emma Carmel & Hester Kan -- Media and immigration : a political communication perspective / Rens Vliegenthart -- The role of courts and legal norms / Rebecca Hamlin and Hillary Mellinger -- EU institutions : venue for restriction or liberal constraint? / Ariadna Ripoll Servent -- The party politics of migration and mobility / Pontus Odmalm -- The participation, mobilization and political representation of migrants in Europe / Pierre Monforte and Laura Morales -- The governance of citizenship and belonging in Europe and the EU / Costica Dumbrava -- Beyond national models : comparing migrant integration regimes / Christophe Bertossi and Jan Willem Duyvendak -- The civic integration turn / Sarah Goodman -- Family migration and membership / Anne-Marie d'Aoust -- Politics of irregular migration in Europe : moving beyond EU-driven research agenda / Lyubov Zhyznomirska -- Border management in Europe : Europeanisation and its discontent / Karolina S. Follis -- Risk analysis as a governance tool in European border control / Regine Paul -- Security, industry, and migration in European border control / Martin Lemberg-Pedersen -- Return and readmission policy in Europe : understanding negotiation and implementation dynamics / Florian Trauner -- A spurious relationship? : assisted voluntary return and development / Katie Kuschminder -- The historical development of refugee protection in Europe / Phil Orchard -- Contemporary politics of international protection in Europe : from protection to prevention / Petra Bendel -- Does European refugee policy exist? : regional dimension of the refugee protection approach n Europe / Joanne van Selm -- A common European asylum system? : how variation in member states' administrative capacity undermines EU asylum harmonisation / Natascha Zaun -- The labour market impacts of immigration in Europe / Ravi Parekh and Carlos Vargas-Silva -- Allowing refugees to work or not? : policies and the economic integration of refugees in the EU / Sonja Fransen and Kim Caarls -- The politics of care work and migration / Franca van Hooren, Birgit Apitzsch and Clémence Ledoux -- Migration and the welfare state / Igor Jakubiak and Pawel Kaczmarczyk -- Why does EU engage in external cooperation on migration? : IR framework / Natasja Reslov -- International organisations and politics of migration in Europe / Marta Jaroszewicz -- The EU's visa liberalisation policy : what kind of transformative power in neighbouring regions? / Laure Delcour -- The evolution of governance and financing of migration and development policy and politics in Europe / Marieke van Houte -- Apples and oranges? : data sources on migration in Europe / Anna Di Bartolomeo -- Analysis of discourses and rhetoric in European migration politics / Susanne Guilleme
    Note: Includes bibliographical references and index
    Classification: dr-sys A 37 g
    dr-sys FA 82 g
    dr-sys CA/CE 37 g
    neu-sfm Migration policy
    neu-sfm Emigration
    neu-sfm Social integration
    neu-sfm Citizenship
    neu-sfm Illegal immigration
    neu-sfm Asylum policy
    neu-sfm Refugees
    neu-sfm Labour market policy
    neu-sfm International cooperation
    neu-sfm International relations
    neu-sfm Europe
    Identifiant: 1138201189 (ISBN); 9781138201187 ((hbk)) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008831888
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008831888/html?view=NJ_V1

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    From emigrants to free movers: whither European emigration and diaspora policy?

    Weinar, Agnieszka
    Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 03 October 2017, Vol.43(13), p.2228-2246 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
    Routledge (Taylor & Francis Group)
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    Titre: From emigrants to free movers: whither European emigration and diaspora policy?
    Auteur: Weinar, Agnieszka
    Editeur: Routledge
    Sujet: Article - European Emigration - Diaspora Policy - Policy Convergence
    Description: This article examines the level of convergence in the field of emigration and diaspora policies of the European Union Member States. The analysis of policies of 28 states shows that the convergence of emigration and diaspora policies is more pronounced in the area of intra-EU mobility. Moreover, EU states tend to apply territorial limitations to their emigration and diaspora policies. Therefore, it might be expected that future convergence will concern only the EU core. The most developed area of intervention of the individual EU Member States is heritage promotion, but it predates the EU and is a derivative of the historical emigration from Europe. Today, considering the diversity of EU emigrants, traditional heritage promotion is challenging, both on the national and EU level.
    Fait partie de: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 03 October 2017, Vol.43(13), p.2228-2246
    Identifiant: 1369-183X (ISSN); 1469-9451 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/1369183X.2016.1274647 (DOI)

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    Migrant integration between homeland and host society

    Weinar, Agnieszka, Di Bartolomeo, Anna
    Cham : Springer
    2017
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    Titre: Migrant integration between homeland and host society
    Auteur: Weinar, Agnieszka; Di Bartolomeo, Anna
    Editeur: Cham : Springer
    Date: 2017
    Collation: 2 vol. : ill.
    Collection: Global migration issues ; vol. 7-8
    Documents dans cette collection: Global migration issues
    Contient: Volume 1. Where does the country of origin fit? / ed. by Agnieszka Weinar ... [et al.]
    Volume 2. How countries of origin impact migrant outomes : an analysis / ed. by Anna Di Bartolomeo ... [et al.]
    Classification: neu-sfm Social integration
    neu-sfm Economic integration
    neu-sfm Economic impact
    neu-sfm Country of origin
    cdu-neubfl 911.3.21
    Identifiant: 9783319561745 (vol 1) (ISBN); 9783319563688 (vol 2) (ISBN)
    No RERO: R008702609
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    A Look at Migrations in the Post‐Soviet Space – the Case of Eastern Europe, South Caucasus and Russian Federation

    Weinar, Agnieszka
    International Migration, October 2014, Vol.52(5), pp.47-51 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Ukrainian Migration in Poland from the Perspective of Polish Policies and Systems' Theory

    Iglicka, Krystyna, Weinar, Agnieszka
    Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 21 October 2008, Vol.6(3), p.356-365 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Ukrainian Migration in Poland from the Perspective of Polish Policies and Systems' Theory
    Auteur: Iglicka, Krystyna; Weinar, Agnieszka
    Editeur: Taylor & Francis Group
    Sujet: Cee - Migration Systems - Poland - Ukraine - Schengen
    Description: This paper describes and analyses Ukrainian migration to Poland from the perspective of migratory regime and systems' theory. Both official statistics on channels of legal migration to Poland and the results of MIGSYS survey in Warsaw urban agglomeration were used in this study. The period of the analyses covers the years before the Schengen eastern enlargement.
    Fait partie de: Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 21 October 2008, Vol.6(3), p.356-365
    Identifiant: 1556-2948 (ISSN); 1556-2956 (E-ISSN); 10.1080/15362940802371580 (DOI)