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.
1 An Introduction to International Migration Studies: European Perspectives
Marco Martiniello and Jan Rath
2 Beyond ‘Push-Pull’: The Economic Approach to Modelling Migration
Dragos Radu and Thomas Straubhaar
3 Historical-Structural Models of International Migration
4 Social Networks and International Migration
Monica Boyd and Joanne Nowak
5 Transnational Migration
6 Jus Sanguinis and Jus Soli: Aspects of Ethnic Migration and Immigration Policies in EU States
7 Migration and Social Transformation
8 Guest Worker Migration in Post-War Europe (1946–1974): An Analytical Appraisal
9 Skilled Migration in Europe and Beyond: Recent Developments and Theoretical Considerations
10 Environmental Migration
11 Student Migration
Russell King and Allan Findlay
12 Sunset Migration
13 Undocumented Migration: An Explanatory Framework
Joanne van de Leun and Maria Ilies
14 Whither EU Immigration After the Lisbon Treaty?
15 The Regulation of Undocumented Migration
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