Mechanisms of Immigration Control: A Comparative Analysis of European Regulation Policies

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Index
absorption capacity, 14, 60, 195
administrative discretion, 14, 225, 244, 267, 270, 276, 313, 316, 327
admission, 8–9, 100, 124, 139, 211, 239, 242, 268, 303
Afghanistan, 154
Africa, 24, 46, 83, 92, 144, 216, 236, 256, 263
agriculture, 282, 286, 326
Albania, 30, 240, 246, 250, 267
Algeria, 61, 63–4, 81, 242–3
aliens legislation, 113, 119, 124, 172, 186, 190, 200, 205–7, 211, 237–40, 281, 313
amnesty, 14, 21, 65, 186, 234, 239, 244, 252, 257, 283, 315–8
Amnesty International, 191, 197, 287
Amsterdam Summit, 19, 179, 228, 307–9
anti-immigrant vote, 21, 99, 110, 179, 228, 247, 307, 309
anti-Semitism, 67, 104
apolitical issue, 124, 178, 197, 241, 265, 288, 292
appeal procedure, 120–1, 173, 183, 187, 197
application from abroad, 125, 147, 173, 213
Asia, 39, 145, 216, 256, 263
assimilation, 11, 72, 92, 172, 267, 321
Assyrians, 178
asylum, 239, 277, 291, 326
application, 47, 196, 264, 309
crisis, 33, 42, 47, 55
first country, 43, 103, 306, 309
legislation, 45, 89, 119, 121, 129, 150, 187, 264–8, 284, 301, 312, 323
procedure, 51, 122, 150, 153, 184, 214, 222, 235, 312
seeker, 20, 74, 78, 83, 108, 118–20, 130, 140, 145, 150–1, 176–8, 184, 189–91, 210, 217–19, 228, 244, 265, 276–7, 286, 308, 325, 326
unfounded case, 120, 307
attitudes of (in)tolerance, 117, 146, 158, 209, 223, 227, 240, 273, 319, 331
attractions/pulls, 48, 117, 120, 228–9, 237, 272–3, 301, 323–4
Aussiedler, 33, 36, 55, 300
Australia, 12, 13, 143
Austria, 24, 51, 100, 262, 276, 284, 300, 302–15, 320–1, 328
Austro-Hungarian empire, 99, 262, 284
Balkan countries, 243
Balladur, E., 64, 74, 78–80
Baltic states, 180–2, 193
Bangladesh, 211
Bavaria, 34, 41, 50
Belgium, 91, 146
Benelux, 308
Berlin, 29, 41, 264, 271, 304
big city, 157
boat people, 42
Boross, P., 276–7
Bosnia, 33, 41, 44–9, 117, 122–4, 154, 182, 199, 205, 215, 285, 301, 306–7, 311–13
Brubaker, R., 54, 256
buffer zone, 273
burden sharing, 313
California, 75–9
Canada, 12–13, 45, 91, 108, 143
carrier sanction, 14, 23, 154, 308, 331
Catholic organisation, 104, 234–6, 241, 246, 250
ceiling decision, 243–4
Central European Initiative CEI, 272
chain migration, 11, 54, 100
Chevénement, J-P., 72, 87–90
children unaccompanied, 54
children's rights, 192
Chile, 31, 208, 235, 263

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgements vii
  • Notes on Contributors ix
  • 1 - The Mechanisms of Control 1
  • References *
  • 2 - Germany's Immigration Policies and Politics 29
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  • 3 - Ideas, Institutions, and Civil Society: on the Limits of Immigration 59
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  • 4 - Immigration Control without Integration Policy: an Austrian Dilemma 97
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  • 5 - Migration Control and Minority Policy: the Case of the Netherlands 135
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  • 6 - Closing the Doors to the Swedish Welfare State 169
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  • 7 - Redrawing Lines of Control: the Norwegian Welfare State Dilemma 203
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  • 8 - Planning in the Dark: the Evolution of Italian Immigration Control 233
  • References 258
  • 9 - The Emergence of Migration Control Politics in Hungary 261
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  • 10 - Controlling Immigration in Europe 297
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  • Index 335
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