This open access book offers a critical perspective on intra-European mobility and migration by using new empirical data and theoretical discussions. It develops a theoretical and empirical analysis of the consequences of intra-European movement for sending and receiving urban regions in The Netherlands, Sweden, Austria, Turkey, Poland and Czech Republic.
The book conceptualizes Central and Eastern European (CEE) migration by distinguishing between different types of CEE migrants and consequences. This involves a mapping of migration corridors within Europe, a unique empirical analysis of consequences for urban regions, and an analysis of governance responses. Next to the European and country perspectives on this phenomenon, the book focuses on the local perspective of urban regions where most mobile citizens settle (either permanently or temporarily). This way the book puts the analysis of intra-European movement in the perspective of broader theoretical debates in migration studies and beyond.
Between Mobility and Migration: The Consequences and Governance of Intra-European Movement
Mark van Ostaijen, Peter Scholten
The Diversification of Intra-European Movement
Consequences of Intra-European Movement for CEE Migrants in European Urban Regions
Liquid Migration and Its Consequences for Local Integration Policies
Old Wine in New Bottles? Comparing the Post-War Guest Worker Migration and the Post 1989 Migration from CEE-Countries to EU-Member Countries
Governance of the Free Movement of Workers and Persons at the European Level
The Multi-Level Governance of Intra EU Movement
Gregg Bucken-Knapp, Jonas Hinnfors, Andrea Spehar, Karin Zelano
Intra-European Movement: Multi-Level or Mismatched Governance?
The Politics of Intra-European Movement
Poland’s Perspective on the Intra-European Movement of Poles. Implications and Governance Responses
Intra-European Movement of Czechs with Special Regard to Austria and Care Givers (The “MICO” Type - Between MIgration and COmmuting)
Dušan Drbohlav, Lenka Pavelková
Migration from Central and Eastern Europe to Turkey
Deniz Karcı Korfalı, Tuğba Acar
Conclusions and Reflection
Mark van Ostaijen, Peter Scholten
The New European Migration Laboratory: East Europeans in West European Cities
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Submissions to the journal can only be made through Editorial Manager. All articles published by Comparative Migration Studies are made freely and permanently accessible online immediately upon publication, without subscription charges or registration barriers. Further information about open access can be found on the Springer website.
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