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The nexus between immigration and immigrant integration policies

Comparative Politics
Immigration
Asylum
P427
Anita Manatschal
Université de Neuchâtel
Marco Bitschnau
Université de Neuchâtel
Samuel Schmid
European University Institute

Thursday 12:30 - 14:15 (02/09/2021)


Abstract

The global intensification of migration and recent humanitarian migration challenge the migration management strategies of states worldwide. This panel explores individual states’ migration management including both entry policies as well as policies steering the further accommodation and settlement on the territory. This panel brings together papers evaluating different immigration policies, such as family migration and economic migration policies, and their relations to national immigrant integration frameworks. Papers of this panel shed light on the various aspects of admitting migrants, the conditions for admission or rejections, and supporting or not supporting their long-term settlement in the territory in a range of European countries and beyond.

Title Details
Open borders versus inclusive citizenship? From Trade-Off to Boundary Politics View Paper Details
Migration Governance 2.0 Changing governance players and status quo perspectives View Paper Details
Admitting, selecting, or restricting? The influence of admission policies on family immigration patterns in European states. View Paper Details
The Invention of Safe Countries View Paper Details