The pieces in this volume offer fresh approaches to a variety of debates over migration policy. The authors of these essays explore migration policymaking in ten European countries, looking at the way social scientists and politicians form and implement these policies. Migration Policymaking in Europe contains original insights and in-depth comparative analyses drawing on a variety of empirical evidence. By placing these policies in the context of historical relationships between nations, the editors of this book have put forth a vital new portrait of the principles guiding migration in Europe.
Policymaking in the field of migration and integration in Europe: An introduction
Maren Borkert and Rinus Penninx
1. The case of Austria
2. The case of France
Catherine Wihtol de Wenden
3. The case of Germany
Maren Borkert and Wolfgang Bosswick
4. The case of the Netherlands
María Bruquetas-Callejo, Blanca Garcés-Mascareñas, Rinus Penninx and Peter Scholten
5. The case of Switzerland
6. The case of the United Kingdom
Lucie Cerna and Almuth Wietholtz
Part II: Mediterranean Migration Countries
7. The case of Italy
8. The case of Spain
María Bruquetas-Callejo, Blanca Garcés-Mascareñas, Rinus Penninx and Eduardo Ruiz-Vieytez
Part III: Eastern European Countries
9. The case of the Czech Republic
Marek Čaněk and Pavel Čižinský
10. The case of Poland
Anna Kicinger and Izabela Koryś
Conclusion: Comparing the making of migration policies
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