Modes of Migration Regulation and Control in Europe

Edited by Jeroen Doomernik and Michael Jandl

Edited by Jeroen Doomernik and Michael Jandl

Distributed for Amsterdam University Press

155 pages | 6-3/10 x 9-1/2
Paper $65.50 ISBN: 9789053566893 Published July 2008 For sale only in the United States, its dependencies, the Philippines, and Canada
In Europe, immigration is a politically potent issue—especially when it comes to the treatment of asylum seekers and illegal labor immigrants. This volume draws the reader into the complex and contradictory world of migration regulation and control, covering the wide range of different policy approaches that aim to control the entry and residence of non-EU citizens. Revealing the common framework, tendencies, and policy convergences brought about less by design than a common concern about migration’s impact on the future of the EU, Modes of Migration Regulation and Control in Europe questions the effectiveness of additional efforts in terms of their fiscal and societal costs.
 
“This important book emphasizes that European countries individually and collectively are converging in their efforts to manage migration.”—Philip Martin, University of California, Davis
 
Contents
List of tables
 
Contributors
 
Foreword
 
Introduction
Joroen Doomernik and Michael Jandl
 
Report from Austria
Michael Jandl
 
Report from Belgium
Sonia Gsir
 
Report from France
Frederic Coste
 
Report from Germany
Birgit Glorius
 
Report from Italy
Ferruccio Pastore

Report from the Netherlands
Jeroen Doomernik
 
Report from Spain
Rose Aparicio Gomez and Jose Maria Ruiz de Huidobro De Carlos
 
Report from Switzerland
Paolo Ruspini
 
Report from the United Kingdom
Franck Duvell
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