9781588263148

Migration Reader: Exploring Politics and Policies

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    9781588263148

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    1588263142

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-09-30
  • Publisher: Lynne Rienner
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Summary

With some 175 million people living outside their country of origin, the phenomenon of transnational migration raises numerous challenges for contemporary societies, states, and international relations.

Table of Contents

Introduction
1(8)
Gallya Lahav
Anthony M. Messina
PART 1 Issues and Approaches
Concepts and Trends
9(22)
Introduction, the Editors
9(6)
International Migration: Who, Where and Why? Deutsche Bank Research
15(9)
International Migration Report 2002, United Nations
24(7)
Approaches to the Study of International Migration
31(76)
Introduction, the Editors
31(3)
Theories of International Migration: A Review and Appraisal
34(29)
Douglas S. Massey
Joaquin Arango
Graeme Hugo
Ali Kouaouci
Adela Pellegrino
J. Edward Taylor
International Migration in Political Perspective
63(26)
Aristide R. Zolberg
On International Migration and International Relations
89(18)
Myron Weiner
PART 2 The Historical Origins of Contemporary Migration
The Emergence of Immigrant Societies
107(40)
Introduction, the Editors
107(3)
Patterns of International Migration Policy: A Diachronic Comparison
110(16)
Aristide R. Zolberg
Migration in Modern European History
126(21)
Charles Tilly
Post--World War II Labor Migrations
147(52)
Introduction, the Editors
147(3)
Immigrant Labour and Working-Class Politics: The French and British Experience
150(20)
Gary Freeman
Migration, Trade and the Nation--State: The Myth of Globalization
170(29)
James F. Hollifield
The Evolution of an International Refugee Regime
199(34)
Introduction, the Editors
199(3)
The Evolution of the International Refugee Regime
202(14)
Rosemarie Rogers
Emily Copeland
The Palestine Question: Dealing with a Long-Term Refugee Situation
216(17)
David P. Forsythe
PART 3 Policymaking and Politics
Making and Implementing Immigration Policy
233(82)
Introduction, the Editors
233(2)
European Immigration Policy: A Comparative Study
235(11)
Tomas Hammar
Politics and Ideology in Policy Formulation: The Case of Kuwait
246(21)
Sharon Stanton Russell
National and Local Politics and the Development of Immigration Policy in the United States and France: A Comparative Analysis
267(23)
Sophie Body-Gendrot
Martin A. Schain
The Rise of Nonstate Actors in Migration Regulation in the United States and Europe: Changing the Gatekeepers or Bringing Back the State?
290(25)
Gallya Lahav
Economic Considerations
315(26)
Introduction, the Editors
315(3)
The New Economics of Immigration: Affluent Americans Gain, Poor Americans Lose
318(11)
George J. Borjas
Give Us Your Best, Your Brightest: Immigration Policy Benefits U.S. Society Despite Increasing Problems
329(5)
Stephen Moore
A Modest Contribution, The Economist
334(7)
Demographic Challenges
341(32)
Introduction, the Editors
341(2)
Replacement Migration: Is It a Solution to Declining and Ageing Populations? United Nations
343(5)
Mass Migration to Europe: Demographic Salvation, Essential Labor, or Unwanted Foreigners?
348(25)
David A. Coleman
The Politics of Resentment
373(30)
Introduction, the Editors
373(2)
Patterns in the Making
375(9)
John Higham
The New Politics of Resentment: Radical Right-Wing Populist Parties in Western Europe
384(19)
Hans-Georg Betz
Incorporating Immigrants
403(120)
Introduction, the Editors
403(3)
Immigration, Citizenship, and the Nation-State in France and Germany: A Comparative Historical Analysis
406(32)
Rogers Brubaker
The Reevaluation of American Citizenship
438(32)
Peter H. Schuck
The Political Incorporation of Immigrants in Europe: Trends and Implications
470(24)
Anthony M. Messina
Migration Regimes, Intra-State Conflicts and the Politics of Exclusion and Inclusion: Migrant Workers in the Israeli Welfare State
494(29)
Zeev Rosenhek
PART 4 Migration in World Politics
Challenges to State Sovereignty
523(46)
Introduction, the Editors
523(3)
Why Liberal States Accept Unwanted Immigration
526(26)
Christian Joppke
Borders Beyond Control
552(6)
Jagdish Bhagwati
NAFTA and the European Referent: Labor Mobility in European and North American Regional Integration
558(11)
Mark J. Miller
Boyka Stefanova
Migration in a Global Era
569(48)
Introduction, the Editors
569(2)
The Mobility Money Can Buy: Human Smuggling and Border Control in the European Union
571(17)
Rey Koslowski
The South-to-North Migration of Women
588(8)
Hania Zlotnik
Foreign Investment: A Neglected Variable
596(13)
Saskia Sassen
Extension du domaine de la lutte: International Migration and Security Before and After 11 September 2001
609(8)
Thomas Faist
Ethical Dilemmas
617(66)
Introduction, the Editors
617(2)
Aliens and Citizens: The Case for Open Borders
619(20)
Joseph H. Carens
Right Versus Right: Immigration and Refugee Policy in the United States
639(25)
Michael S. Teitelbaum
The Liberal Dilemma in the Ethics of Refugee Policy
664(19)
Christina Boswell
Index 683(16)
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