Focusing mainly on the European experience including Eastern Europe, this important volume offers an advanced introduction to immigrant incorporation studies from a historical, empirical and theoretical perspective. Beyond incorporation theories, renowned scholars in the field explore incorporation in action in different fields, policy issues and normative dimensions.
|"http://www.cedem.ulg.ac.be/?page id=154&lang=en" target=" blank"> Marco Martiniello is research director of the National Fund for Scientific Research (FRS-FNRS) and Director of the Center for Ethnic and Migration Studies (CEDEM) at the University of Liege, Belgium.|Jan Rath is professor or urban sociology and associated with the Institute for Migration and Ethnic Studies (IMES) and the Center for urban Studies at the University of Amsterdam
Contents: 1. An introduction to international migration studies: European perspectives (Marco Martiniello and Jan Rath). Theoretical perspectives 2. Beyond 'push-pull': The economic approach to modelling migration (Dragos Radu and Thomas Straubhaar). 3. Historical-structural models of international migration (Ewa Morawska). 4. Social networks and international migration (Monica Boyd and Joanne Nowak). 5. Transnational migration (Eva ???stergaard-Nielsen). 6. Jus sanguinis and jus soli: Aspects of ethnic migration and immigration policies in EU states (Eftihia Voutira). 7. Migration and social transformation (Stephen Castles). Types of migration 8. Guest worker migration in post-war Europe, 1946-1974: An analytical appraisal (Ahmet Akg???nd???z). 9. Skilled migration in Europe and beyond: Recent developments and theoretical considerations (Aimee Kuvik). 10. Environmental migration (Fran???ois Gemenne). 11. Student migration (Russell King and Allan Findlay). 12. Sunset migration (Russell King). 13. Undocumented migration: An explanatory framework (Joanne van der Leun and Maria Ilies). Regulation of migration 14. Whither EU immigration and asylum after the Lisbon Treaty? (Elspeth Guild). 15. The regulation of undocumented migration (Giuseppe Sciortino).