Migration and the Externalities of European Integration

Migration and the Externalities of European Integration

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Migration and the Externalities of European Integration analyzes the extra-European dimension of the European Union's migration policies and the mechanisms developed to enforce the EU's policy decisions. While previous scholarship has tended to overlook the consequences of Europeanization on actors outside the EU, this work scrutinizes the foreign policy dimension in EU migration policies and highlights the Union's complex role as an international actor. Written by scholars of migration policy, the essays discuss the impact of EU asylum and refugee policy on Norway, Switzerland, Eastern Europe, and the Euro-Mediterranean region and the effect of migration on European immigration controls and welfare policy. This comprehensive treatment of transnational migration will be a valuable resource for students of international affairs, European integration, and international organization.show more

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  • Paperback | 239 pages
  • 147.3 x 223.5 x 20.3mm | 340.2g
  • Lexington Books
  • Lanham, MD, United States
  • English
  • 0739106295
  • 9780739106297
  • 1,698,342

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Richly insightful and theoretically innovative, this blockbuster of a volume taught me more about the EU's foreign relations and impact upon global politics than any other book. If you have been wondering about the future of the EU, and its migration-related policies, you must read this. -- Mark J. Miller, University of Delaware A breakthrough collection, one that takes seriously the external demographic impact of European integration and the growing importance of migration in and around Europe for policy makers. The book brings together an excellent group of scholars, and offers an important new agenda for research on immigration in international studies and political science. -- Adrian Favell, Centre d'etudes europeennes de Sciences Po In Migration and the Externalities of European Integration, editors Sandra Lavenex and Emek M. Ucarar, and their contributors off an innovative look at the European Union (EU)...The contributors bring new and interesting insights on the impact of the EU's immigration and asylum policies on nonmember states, and the EU's foreign policy. Governance All in all, as we would expect from these editors, this is a well-structured, insightful book, discussing a fascinating issue in a lively and intelligent way. It fills an important gap in migration studies, and should be thoroughly recommended to students, scholars and the migration policy community. The Royal Institute of International Affairsshow more

About Sandra Lavenex

Sandra Lavenex is Assistant Professor of European Studies and International Relations at the University of Bern, Switzerland. Emek M. U_arer is Assistant Professor of International Relations at Bucknell University.show more

Table of contents

Part 1 Introduction: The Emergent EU Migration Regime and Its External Impact Chapter 2 Guarding the Borders of the European Union: Paths, Portals, and Prerogatives Chapter 3 European Asylum Policy and the Global Protection Regime: Challenges for UNHCR Chapter 4 Neither In nor Out: The Impact of EU Asylum and Immigration Policies on Norway and Switzerland Chapter 5 Larger than the European Union: The Emerging EU Migration Regime and Enlargement Chapter 6 Stabilizing the East while Keeping Out the Easterners: Internal and External Security Logics in Conflict Chapter 7 Aeneas's Route: Euro-Mediterranean Relations and International Migration Chapter 8 Immigration and Asylum Issues in EU-Turkish Relations: Assessing EU's Impact on Turkish Policy and Practice Chapter 9 Immigration and Asylum or Foreign Policy: The EU's Approach to Migrants and Their Countries of Origin Chapter 10 EU Trade Policy and Immigration Control Chapter 11 Citizenship and Inclusion in European Welfare States: The EU Dimension Chapter 12 The EU Migration Regime's Effects on European Welfare States Part 13 Conclusion: Ripples of European Integration: Modes and Consequences of Migration Policy Transfershow more

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