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A short course of lectures
«Integration Processes and Policies in Europe»





FramesThe Local Turn in Migrant Integration PoliciesEuropean Involvement and Nascent Multilevel GovernanceGovernments of Origin CountriesMobility of EU CitizensMigration Towards and from EuropePerceptions of Sending Country Policies in Countries of ResidenceLocal Governments as Actors in Transnational ExchangeMigrants' Transnational ActivitiesTime and GenerationsEconomic Transnational ActivitiesNumbers and DestinationsFrom Emigration to Immigration in the Southern European CountriesExplicit Target Groups and Implicit Hierarchies in the Policy ChainWho Is an Immigrant and Who Requires Integration? Categorizing in European PoliciesCentral and Eastern EuropeImmigration Experiences and National Policy ResponsesA Definition of the ConceptMigration and Immigrants in Europe: A Historical and Demographic PerspectiveA Definition of the ConceptTheoretical Perspectives on the M&D NexusNational Integration PoliciesTowards a Broader Framing of Migration and DevelopmentPolitics and TimePolicy MeasuresLocal Integration PoliciesEuropeanizationChallenges for Future Policy-Oriented ResearchUnpacking the M&D NexusThe Concept of Integration in PoliciesGlobal Norms and the International Diffusion of IdeasIntegration ProcessesEmpirical Findings: Transnationalism and Integration in EuropeFrom 1974 to the End of the 1980s: The Oil Crisis and Migration ControlCharacterizing the Transnational Activities of Local GovernmentsIntegration PoliciesTranslocal Activities of Local Governments and Migrant OrganizationsPatterns of Multilevel Relations in Immigration PoliciesComparison as a ToolThe Study of Integration PoliciesStructure of the BookMapping the Outreach Policies of Countries of OriginIntegration from the Perspective of Origin CountriesThree Periods of Migration in EuropeExplaining Sending Country Policies: Transnational Interests, National Politics, and the International Diffusion of IdeasTransnational Activities by Migrant Organizations: What Difference Do They Make?From the 1950s to 1974: Guest Worker Schemes and DecolonizationTransnational Relations as an Outcome of the Balance of Interests and Power between Sending Countries and DiasporasThe Study of Categories and Its Relevance for PolicymakingIntegration Policies in Southern European CountriesOptimism, Pessimism, and the Neoliberal AgendaImmigration PoliciesMotives and Frames of Translocal Activities of Migrant OrganizationsImpacts of Local Governments' Transnational ActivitiesSending Country PoliciesGovernanceDemographic Characteristics of Intra-EU MoversTransnationalism as a Research Paradigm and Its Relevance for IntegrationTowards a European Approach to Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Labour MigrantsThe M&D NexusThe Study of Integration ProcessesHow Does the M&D Frame Relate to the Integration Process, and Vice Versa?National Immigration and Integration Policies in Europe Since 1973From the 1990s to 2012: Recent Trends in Migration towards and Within EuropeIntegration PoliciesMigrant Organizations, NGOs, and Local GovernmentsThree Levels and IndicatorsA Framework for the Study of MultilevelnessFrom a Two-Way to a Three-Way Process Conception of IntegrationRoute 2: Third-Country NationalsThe Multilevel Governance of Migration and IntegrationRoute 2a: Legal Immigrants and Target of Integration PolicyLinking the Local Level “Here” and “There”: Migrant OrganizationsIntegration Policies in North-Western EuropeThe Concept of Integration as an Analytical Tool and as a Policy ConceptMigration and Development Framework and Its Links to IntegrationPostcolonial, Labour, and Asylum Migrants in North-Western EuropePolitical Transnational ActivitiesNew Ways of Thinking About Integration: The Transnationalism ParadigmThe Politics of the State and NationMigration Studies and Development StudiesEU Integration PoliciesTwo PartiesRoute 2b: Legal Immigrants and Target of Return PolicyThree DimensionsVirtuous and Vicious Circles: Theoretical UnderpinningsMotives and Frames of the Transnational / Translocal Activities of Local GovernmentsSociocultural Transnational ActivitiesConcluding RemarksRoute 1: EU CitizensIntegration Policies in Central and Eastern EuropeCharacterizing the Transnational Activities of Migrant OrganizationsIntegration Regimes: Who Is to Integrate into What and by Which Means
 
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