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The Resource Pathways towards legal migration into the EU : reappraising concepts, trajectories and policies, edited by Sergio Carrera, Andrew Geddes, Elspeth Guild and Marco Stefan ; foreword by Matthias Ruete

Pathways towards legal migration into the EU : reappraising concepts, trajectories and policies, edited by Sergio Carrera, Andrew Geddes, Elspeth Guild and Marco Stefan ; foreword by Matthias Ruete

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Pathways towards legal migration into the EU : reappraising concepts, trajectories and policies
Title
Pathways towards legal migration into the EU
Title remainder
reappraising concepts, trajectories and policies
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edited by Sergio Carrera, Andrew Geddes, Elspeth Guild and Marco Stefan ; foreword by Matthias Ruete
Title variation
Pathways towards legal migration into the European Union
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eng
Summary
Finding that EU migration policies are still subject to inconsistency, legal uncertainty and discriminatory treatment, scholars call for the creation of new legal pathways. Over the past 15 years, the "Europeanisation" of policies dealing with the conditions of entry and residence of third-country nationals has led to the development of a common EU acquis. Yet questions related to policy consistency, legal certainty and fair and non-discriminatory treatment in working and living standards still characterize the EU's legal framework for cross-border mobility. This book critically explores the extent to which EU legal migration policies and their underlying working notions match the transnational mobility of individuals today. It addresses the main challenges of economic migration policies, both within the EU and in the context of EU cooperation with third countries. Special consideration is given to the compatibility of EU policies with international labour standards along with the fundamental rights and approach to fairness laid down in the EU Treaties. The contributions to this book showcase the various uses and potential of social science and humanities research in assessing, informing and shaping EU migration policies. Leading scholars and experts have brought together the latest knowledge available to reappraise the added value of the EU in this area. Their reflections and findings point to the need to develop a revised set of EU policy priorities in implementing a new generation of legal pathways for migration
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  • Carrera, Sergio
  • Geddes, Andrew
  • Guild, Elspeth
  • Stefan, Marco
  • Ruete, Matthias
  • Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels, Belgium)
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  • Emigration and immigration law
  • Foreign workers
  • Labor mobility
  • Political refugees
  • Border security
  • European Union countries
  • Border security
  • Emigration and immigration
  • Emigration and immigration law
  • Foreign workers
  • Labor mobility
  • Political refugees
  • Europe
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Pathways towards legal migration into the EU : reappraising concepts, trajectories and policies, edited by Sergio Carrera, Andrew Geddes, Elspeth Guild and Marco Stefan ; foreword by Matthias Ruete
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Includes bibliographical references
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Contents
  • Foreword, Matthias Ruete; Introduction, Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild and Marco Stefan; Part Temporary migration: concepts, policies and transnational mobility trajectories. Temporary migration between the EU and Asia, Mari Korpela and Pirkko Pitkänen; Temporary labour migration: a flawed system in need of reform, Graziano Battistella; Temporary labour migration programmes in Asia, Gabriela Marti; A migration-cycle approach to temporary labour migration policies: looking beyond the responsibility of destination countries, Marie-José L. Tayah; Various shades of temporariness as a new policy challenge, Agnieszka Weinar; The EU legal migration acquis: taking stock and main challenges; Questioning temporary migration schemes in the EU, Elspeth Guild; Equal treatment rights in EU law on labour migration: a human rights principle applied as a policy tool, Bjarney Fridriksdottir; Fair allocation of risks: a challenge for labour migration systems, Petra Hezfeld Holsson; Implementation of the ICT Directive: a practitioner's perspective, Jelle Kroes; Labour migration to Europe: what role for EU regulation?, Mikkel Barslund and Matthias Busse; Legal migration through external cooperation. Legal migration in the EU's external policy: an objective or a bargaining chip?, Agnieszka Weinar;
  • Implementing mobility partnerships: delivering what?, Leonhard den Hertog and Fanny Tittel-Mosser; EU legal migration policies towards China, India, the Philippines and Thailand: a statistical and legal appraisal, Marco Stefan; Migration in a globalised world: India's experience, Neelam D. Sabharwal; Legal migration and EU trade policies. Trade and migration linkages in EU external migration policies: relief, root-cause reduction or rights protection?, Marion Panizzon; Trade commitments in GATS, EU-CARIFORUM and CETA, and the inclusion of blanket references to entry, stay, work and social security measures, Simon Tans; Can the EU use trade agreements to facilitate regular migration? Examples from the Western Balkans, Elspeth Guild; Reconsidering the research and policy nexus on migration and ways forward for the EU. Research-policy dialogues on migration and integration at the EU level: who tells whom what to do?, Rinus Penninx; EU legal migration templates and cognitive ruptures: ways forward in research and policy-making, Dora Kostakopoulou; Conclusions and recommendations: towards a fair EU agenda facilitating legal channels for labour mobility, Sergi Carrera, Andrew Geddes and Elspeth Guild
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24 cm
Extent
iv, 217 pages
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9789461386304
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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n
Note
Harrassowitz Verlag
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(OCoLC)1004723354
Label
Pathways towards legal migration into the EU : reappraising concepts, trajectories and policies, edited by Sergio Carrera, Andrew Geddes, Elspeth Guild and Marco Stefan ; foreword by Matthias Ruete
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Foreword, Matthias Ruete; Introduction, Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild and Marco Stefan; Part Temporary migration: concepts, policies and transnational mobility trajectories. Temporary migration between the EU and Asia, Mari Korpela and Pirkko Pitkänen; Temporary labour migration: a flawed system in need of reform, Graziano Battistella; Temporary labour migration programmes in Asia, Gabriela Marti; A migration-cycle approach to temporary labour migration policies: looking beyond the responsibility of destination countries, Marie-José L. Tayah; Various shades of temporariness as a new policy challenge, Agnieszka Weinar; The EU legal migration acquis: taking stock and main challenges; Questioning temporary migration schemes in the EU, Elspeth Guild; Equal treatment rights in EU law on labour migration: a human rights principle applied as a policy tool, Bjarney Fridriksdottir; Fair allocation of risks: a challenge for labour migration systems, Petra Hezfeld Holsson; Implementation of the ICT Directive: a practitioner's perspective, Jelle Kroes; Labour migration to Europe: what role for EU regulation?, Mikkel Barslund and Matthias Busse; Legal migration through external cooperation. Legal migration in the EU's external policy: an objective or a bargaining chip?, Agnieszka Weinar;
  • Implementing mobility partnerships: delivering what?, Leonhard den Hertog and Fanny Tittel-Mosser; EU legal migration policies towards China, India, the Philippines and Thailand: a statistical and legal appraisal, Marco Stefan; Migration in a globalised world: India's experience, Neelam D. Sabharwal; Legal migration and EU trade policies. Trade and migration linkages in EU external migration policies: relief, root-cause reduction or rights protection?, Marion Panizzon; Trade commitments in GATS, EU-CARIFORUM and CETA, and the inclusion of blanket references to entry, stay, work and social security measures, Simon Tans; Can the EU use trade agreements to facilitate regular migration? Examples from the Western Balkans, Elspeth Guild; Reconsidering the research and policy nexus on migration and ways forward for the EU. Research-policy dialogues on migration and integration at the EU level: who tells whom what to do?, Rinus Penninx; EU legal migration templates and cognitive ruptures: ways forward in research and policy-making, Dora Kostakopoulou; Conclusions and recommendations: towards a fair EU agenda facilitating legal channels for labour mobility, Sergi Carrera, Andrew Geddes and Elspeth Guild
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
iv, 217 pages
Isbn
9789461386304
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
Harrassowitz Verlag
Other physical details
charts
System control number
(OCoLC)1004723354

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