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Migration in the New Europe : East-West Revisited - Agata Gorny

Migration in the New Europe

East-West Revisited

By: Agata Gorny (Editor), Paolo Ruspini (Editor)

Hardcover Published: 1st November 2004
ISBN: 9781403935502
Number Of Pages: 283

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Migration in the New Europe: East-West Revisited responds to demand for a study on migration and policy developments in the light of European Union enlargement. The innovative character of the book is its approach to the emerging European migration space. The editors argue that the concept of a common European migration space will replace the traditional division into East and West because of two simultaneous processes: The ongoing European Union enlargement and the creation of a common European Union immigration policy. CHRISTOPHE BERTOSSI is Research Fellow at the French Institute of International Relations, Paris, France DUSAN DRBOHLAV is Associate Professor of Social Geography at Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic KRYSTYNA IGLICKA is Associate Professor at the L.K.Academy of Management in Warsaw, Poland VLADIMIR IONSTEV is Head of the Department of Population at the Faculty of Economics, Moscow State University, Russia IRINA IVAKHNIOUK is Senior Researcher at the Faculty of Economics at Moscow State University, Russia EVA JANSKA is a Researcher in the Department of Social Geography and Regional Development, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic PAWEL KACZMARCZYK is a PhD Researcher in the Faculty of Economic Sciences, Warsaw University, Poland LYNETTE KELLY is Research Fellow at the Centre for research in Ethnic Relations, University of Warwick, UK EWA KEPINSKA is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Migration Research, Institute for Social Studies, Warsaw University, Poland MAREK OKOLSKI is Professor at the University of Warsaw, Poland and at the School of Advanced Social Psychology, Warsaw, Poland JOHN REX is Professor Emeritus at the University of Warwick, UK GUISEPPE SCIORTINO is a Sociologist teaching at the Universit-- di Trento, Italy DARIUSZ STOLA is Fellow at the Institute for Political Studies, Centre for Migration Research, Warsaw University, Poland EDWARD TIRYAKIAN is Professor of Sociology at Duke University, USA

Introduction
Present and Future East-West Migratory Trends in the Enlarged European Union
Migration Patterns in Central and Eastern Europe on the Eve of the European Union Enlargement: an Overview
Current Ukrainian and russian Migration to the Czech Republic: Mutual Similarities and Differences
Future Westward Outflow from Accession Countries: the Case of Poland
The Struggle for Recognition: New and old Minorities In Europe
Multiculturalism and Political Integration in Modern Nation States
Politics and Policies of French Citizenship, Ethnic Minorities and the European Agenda
The Revival of Ethnic Consciousness: the Case of Poland
Migration Policies At Different Stages Of Development: Between National And European
Migration Policies and Politics in Poland
When Domestic Labour is not Native Labour: the Interaction of Immigration Policy and the Welfare Regime in Italy
Bosnian Refugees in Britain: A Question of Community
The Enlargement Of The European Union And The Creation Of A Common Policy On Immigration
'Old Europe/New Europe': Ambiguities of Identity
Russia and the Enlargement of the European Union
Forging a Common Immigration Policy for the Enlarging European Union: for Diversity of Harmonisation
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ISBN: 9781403935502
ISBN-10: 1403935505
Series: Migration Minorities and Citizenship
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 283
Published: 1st November 2004
Publisher: Palgrave USA
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.6 x 14.0  x 1.91
Weight (kg): 0.51
Edition Number: 1

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