Migration is at the heart of the contemporary European Union. This
new edition addresses three key questions that underpin EU
responses to migration policy.
First, what role does the EU play in the regulation of
migration? Second, how and why have EU measures developed to
promote the integration of migrants and their descendants? Third,
what impact do EU measures on migration and asylum have on new
member states and non member states?
This updated edition covers important recent developments,
addressing new migration flows and the external dimension of EU
action on migration and asylum and placing in all these in the
context of a 'wider' Europe.
Andrew Geddes provides comprehensive analysis of the EU's free
movement framework, of the development of cooperation on
immigration and asylum policy, of the mobilization by groups
seeking to represent migrant's interests in EU decision-making, the
interface between migration, welfare and the EU's social dimension,
and the impact of enlargement on migration and asylum.This
innovative and original analysis of the European dimension of
immigration policy is essential reading for scholars of European
integration, the politics of immigration and the prospects for new
patterns of migrant inclusion at member state and EU level.
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