Immigration and European Integration: Towards Fortress Europe? (European Policy Research Unit Series)

Immigration and European Integration: Towards Fortress Europe? (European Policy Research Unit Series)

By: Judge Andrew Geddes (author), Simon Bulmer (series_editor), Dimitris Papadimitriou (series_editor), Andrew Geddes (series_editor), Peter Humphreys (series_editor)Paperback

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Migration is at the heart of the contemporary European Union. This book addresses the two key questions that underpin EU responses to migration policy. Firstly, the efforts to control immigration and secondly, the chances for inclusion of migrants and their descendants. Andrew Geddes provides detailed analysis of the EU's free movement framework, of the development of co-operation on immigration and asylum policy, of the mobilization by groups seeking to represent migrant's interests in EU decision-making, and of the interface between migration, welfare and the EU's social dimension.

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Simon Bulmer is Professor of European Politics at the University of Sheffield

Contents

European integration and reconfigured immigration politics; the supranationalization of free movement; immigration and sylum policy after the Single European Act; Maastricht's justice and home affairs pillar; the Amsterdam Treaty; representing migrant's interest; migration and social entitlements in an integrated Europe.

Product Details

  • publication date: 02/03/2000
  • ISBN13: 9780719056895
  • Format: Paperback
  • Number Of Pages: 208
  • ID: 9780719056895
  • weight: 305
  • ISBN10: 0719056896

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