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Turkish Berlin: Integration Policy & Urban Space - Book Review

Turkish Berlin: Integration Policy & Urban Space - Book Review

“One is not from where she was born, but from where she meets her expectations” (p. 75) states a common Turkish saying that Annika Marlen Hinze quotes in her book Turkish Berlin: Integration Policy & Urban Space.
IntegrationGermanyreviews

A review of "The Politics of European Citizenship: Deepening Contradictions in Social Rights and Migration Policy"

The publication is concerned with the topic of EU citizenship. The authors follow a development of the concept from the 1950’s through the 1990’s, when the EU citizenship was officially embedded in the Maastricht Treaty, until present times.
Migration and the EUreviews

A review of Migration and Irregular Work in Austria: A Case Study of the Structure and Dynamics of Irregular Foreign Employment in Europe at the Beginning of the 21st Century by M. Jandl, Ch. Hollomey, S. Gendera, A. Stepien and V. Bilger

The research report presents results from a qualitative study on irregular employment of migrants in Austria. It argues that, in addition to the work already done on the supply of irregular migrant workers, there is a need for more research on the demand side of this phenomenon.
Undocumented Migration and Regularisationreviews
A review of Migrants and Markets: Perspectives from Economics and the Other Social Sciences, eds. Holger Kolb & Henrik Egbert

A review of Migrants and Markets: Perspectives from Economics and the Other Social Sciences, eds. Holger Kolb & Henrik Egbert

9. 3. 09 Ceri Hughes
The book presents a series of case studies that analyse the relationship between economics and the other social sciences. Emerging from a conference in 2006, some essays look at migration in terms of concepts such as trade and club theory, others analyse migratory patterns and the factors affecting migrant choices. The papers draw on a variety of research methods in order to consider the positive ...
Labour Migrationreviews
Review of Phillipe Legrain’s “Immigrants: Your Country Needs Them”

Review of Phillipe Legrain’s “Immigrants: Your Country Needs Them”

15. 12. 08 Daniela Prusina
The book discusses the positive effects of migration and its potential for economic, social and cultural contribution to development. By illustrating numerous migrants’ life stories, Phillipe Legrain seeks to eliminate existing myths, prejudices and fears.
Labour Migrationreviews

A review of “Irregular Migration, Informal Labour and Community: A Challenge for Europe”

11. 6. 08 Ondřej Daniel
This large volume is a collection of articles and studies on migration, especially in connection with informal employment. This book presents the outcome of a conference held in Istanbul in 2005 and consists mainly of theoretical articles and case studies of high quality, which could be characterized as a contribution to present social theory of international migration.
Migration and the EU Undocumented Migration and Regularisationreviews

Review of Teresa Halik’s book Migrancka społeczność Wietnamczyków w Polsce w świetle polityki państwa i ocen społecznych (The Migrant Community of the Vietnamese in Poland in the Light of State Policy and Social Assessment)

Migrancka społeczność Wietnamczyków w Polsce w świetle polityki państwa i ocen społecznych (The Migrant Community of the Vietnamese in Poland in the Light of State Policy and Social Assessment), by Teresa Halik, is the newest and biggest monograph on the Vietnamese Community currently living in Poland.
Integrationreviews

Trade Union Guide for Migrant Workers

29. 1. 07
The Trade Union Congress produced a guide for migrant workers, tackling the most frequently asked questions and providing the information they deemed necessary to help labour migrants succeed in the UK labour market.
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Migrant children in a “monocultural” country

17. 10. 06
A review of one of the most interesting books on migration, recently published in Hungary dealing with second generation migrants.
The review will appear in Regio: Minorities, Politics, Society, Vol. 9, 2006. supported by the: EU 6 "Challenge - Changing Landscape of the European Security and Liberty" project.
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