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Trends Towards Particularism in Citizenship Policies in Europe

Citizenship
European Union
Migration
Immigration
Comparative Perspective
P442
Djordje Sredanovic
Université Libre de Bruxelles
Jeremias Stadlmair
University of Vienna
Samuel Schmid
European University Institute

Friday 17:40 - 19:20 (08/09/2017)

Building: BL16 Georg Morgenstiernes hus Floor: 1 Room: GM 152

Abstract

Citizenship policies tend to become increasingly particularistic, treating different groups of potential citizens in very different ways. While some particularisms are long-standing, such as special rules for spouses in naturalization policies, other particularistic approaches have been introduced or have diffused recently, such as a special treatment of refugees or offering citizenship to investors. Such norms stratify further the chances to migrate and to settle, according to class, ethnic origin, juridical status, and other dimensions. The present panel brings together comparative researches on these understudied issues, and aims to integrate and push further the field of citizenship legislation research.
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