Migration and welfare in the new Europe
Social protection and the challenges of integration
- Emma Carmel, Alfio Cerami, Theodoros Papadopoulos
- Hardback, 280 pages, 240 x 172 mm
- 28 Jan 2011
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"...genuinely enhances the reader’s insight into the often complex issues at stake in the field of migration....high quality and genuinely interesting."
Wim van Lancker in Journal of Common Market Studies
"This book is a well-written and welcome contribution to the comparatively scarce literature on the relationship between migration, integration and welfare states."
International Journal of Social Welfare
"This analytically astute and empirically rich volume focuses on the interaction between policies and migrant integration, a decade after the first volume on Migration and the Welfare State. The research is presented by a nice line-up of scholars and contributes to the policy literature as well as to migration and social policy studies."
Virginie Guiraudon, CERAPS, University of Lille 2
"Migration, social protection and social integration represent subjects of major and critical concern at both the EU and member state levels. This very timely book offers an excellent overview, analysis, and understanding of challenges for the European migration-social policy nexus."
Stein Kuhnle, University of Bergen, Norway, and Hertie School of Governance, Germany
About This Book
This book provides innovative insights into one of the most controversial and important subjects of the 21st century: migration and social integration. Empirically, the volume offers comprehensive grounding in the relationships between migration, migration policies and social protection/inclusion in the enlarged European Union and its member states. Theoretically, the collection moves the debate on migration and integration policies onto new terrain. It explains how policies in this field are produced by institutional frameworks, political strategy, and contingent responses to events, but that these are themselves shaped by emotions, discourses, narratives, formal and informal aspects of governance. With contributions from leading international experts, the book can be used by academics and professionals as well as by undergraduate and postgraduate students.
Author BiographyEmma Carmel is Lecturer in Social Policy in the Department of Social and Policy Sciences at the University of Bath, UK. Alfio Cerami is Research Associate in the Centre d'études européennes at Sciences Po, Paris. Theodoros Papadopoulos is Lecturer in Social Policy in the Department of Social and Policy Sciences at the University of Bath, UK.
Governing migration and welfare: institutions and emotions in the production of differential inclusion ~ Emma Carmel and Alfio Cerami
Part one: Theoretical Background
Immigration and the variety of migrant integration regimes in the European Union ~ Theodoros Papadopoulos
EU migration governance: utility, security and integration ~ Emma Carmel
Human rights and the politics of migration in the European Union ~ Alfio Cerami;Labour migration and labour market integration: causes and challenges ~ Bent Greve
Part two: Migration and social protection policies in the EU: country studies
Towards a security-oriented migration policy model? Evidence from the Italian case ~ Tiziana Caponio and Paolo R. Graziano
Differential inclusion in Germany's conservative welfare state: policy legacies and structural constraints ~ Lutz C. Kaiser and Regine Paul
Welfare or work: migrants' selective integration in Finland ~ Saara Koikkalainen, Timo Tammilehto, Olli Kangas, Marja Katisko, Seppo Koskinen and Asko Suikkanen
Migration in Hungary: historical legacies and differential integration ~ Ioana Rusu
Wilful negligence: migration policy, migrants' work and the absence of social protection in the UK ~ Mick Wilkinson and Gary Craig
Part three: Social and migration policy nexus: critical issues
Local immigrant communities, welfare, and culture: an integration/segregation dilemma ~ Siniša Zrinščak
Contentious opportunities: comparing metropolitan policymaking for immigrants in France and Italy ~ Manlio Cinalli and Alessandra El Hariri
A categorical immigration policy: welfare, integration and the production of inequality ~ John Gal and Jennifer Oser
Conclusions: What future for migration? ~ Emma Carmel, Alfio Cerami and Theodoros Papadopoulos.
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