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

Central and Eastern EuropeOptimism, Pessimism, and the Neoliberal AgendaEconomic Transnational ActivitiesMigrants' Transnational ActivitiesNew Ways of Thinking About Integration: The Transnationalism ParadigmLocal Governments as Actors in Transnational ExchangeExplaining Sending Country Policies: Transnational Interests, National Politics, and the International Diffusion of IdeasMigration Studies and Development StudiesImmigration PoliciesMigration Towards and from EuropeMobility of EU CitizensTheoretical Perspectives on the M&D NexusRoute 2: Third-Country NationalsMotives and Frames of Translocal Activities of Migrant OrganizationsIntegration ProcessesNational Immigration and Integration Policies in Europe Since 1973Integration Policies in Southern European CountriesIntegration Policies in North-Western EuropeTime and GenerationsIntegration PoliciesA Framework for the Study of MultilevelnessThe M&D NexusEU Integration PoliciesA Definition of the ConceptChallenges for Future Policy-Oriented ResearchEuropeanizationDemographic Characteristics of Intra-EU MoversEuropean Involvement and Nascent Multilevel GovernanceNational Integration PoliciesSociocultural Transnational ActivitiesGovernments of Origin CountriesVirtuous and Vicious Circles: Theoretical UnderpinningsIntegration Policies in Central and Eastern EuropeThe Politics of the State and NationThe Study of Integration ProcessesMigrant Organizations, NGOs, and Local GovernmentsStructure of the BookTranslocal Activities of Local Governments and Migrant OrganizationsPatterns of Multilevel Relations in Immigration PoliciesThe Study of Categories and Its Relevance for PolicymakingA Definition of the ConceptTransnational Relations as an Outcome of the Balance of Interests and Power between Sending Countries and DiasporasConcluding RemarksSending Country PoliciesFrom 1974 to the End of the 1980s: The Oil Crisis and Migration ControlTransnational Activities by Migrant Organizations: What Difference Do They Make?The Study of Integration PoliciesMigration and Development Framework and Its Links to IntegrationCharacterizing the Transnational Activities of Local GovernmentsExplicit Target Groups and Implicit Hierarchies in the Policy ChainComparison as a ToolThe Multilevel Governance of Migration and IntegrationThe Concept of Integration in PoliciesCharacterizing the Transnational Activities of Migrant OrganizationsFramesLinking the Local Level “Here” and “There”: Migrant OrganizationsThe Local Turn in Migrant Integration PoliciesPostcolonial, Labour, and Asylum Migrants in North-Western EuropeTransnationalism as a Research Paradigm and Its Relevance for IntegrationIntegration PoliciesPerceptions of Sending Country Policies in Countries of ResidenceImmigration Experiences and National Policy ResponsesWho Is an Immigrant and Who Requires Integration? Categorizing in European PoliciesThe Concept of Integration as an Analytical Tool and as a Policy ConceptPolicy MeasuresLocal Integration PoliciesHow Does the M&D Frame Relate to the Integration Process, and Vice Versa?Towards a Broader Framing of Migration and DevelopmentImpacts of Local Governments' Transnational ActivitiesRoute 2a: Legal Immigrants and Target of Integration PolicyTowards a European Approach to Asylum Seekers, Refugees, and Labour MigrantsIntegration from the Perspective of Origin CountriesFrom the 1990s to 2012: Recent Trends in Migration towards and Within EuropeMigration and Immigrants in Europe: A Historical and Demographic PerspectiveGlobal Norms and the International Diffusion of IdeasPolitics and TimeMapping the Outreach Policies of Countries of OriginIntegration Regimes: Who Is to Integrate into What and by Which MeansUnpacking the M&D NexusRoute 2b: Legal Immigrants and Target of Return PolicyPolitical Transnational ActivitiesTwo PartiesEmpirical Findings: Transnationalism and Integration in EuropeThree DimensionsFrom Emigration to Immigration in the Southern European CountriesMotives and Frames of the Transnational / Translocal Activities of Local GovernmentsGovernanceThree Levels and IndicatorsThree Periods of Migration in EuropeRoute 1: EU CitizensFrom the 1950s to 1974: Guest Worker Schemes and DecolonizationFrom a Two-Way to a Three-Way Process Conception of IntegrationNumbers and Destinations
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