European Immigrations: Trends, Structures and Policy by Marek Okólski

By Marek Okólski

This quantity of the most recent learn in eu migration embraces a continent-wide outlook on migration tactics and bills relatively from Southern and jap eu views. this is often complete via studying the long term transition that international locations suffer from internet emigration to web immigration, in addition to advancements of their migrant inflows, integration, and coverage. the combination of authors—representing numerous educational facilities throughout Europe but pursuing a typical imaginative and prescient of eu migration prior, current, and future—utilize new empirical facts, particularly designed and collected.** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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Warsaw: Trzaska, Evert i Michalski. Grabowska-Lusińska, I. & M. Okólski (2009), Emigracja ostatnia? Warsaw: Wydawnictwo Naukowe Scholar. 44 MAREK OKÓLSKI Gropas, R. & A. ) (2007), European immigration: A sourcebook. Aldershot: Ashgate. J. G. Williamson (2008), Global migration and the world economy: Two centuries of policy and performance. Cambridge: MIT Press. J. G. J. G. ), Migration and international labour market: 1850-1939, 3-32. London: Routledge. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers. Kaczmarczyk, P.

Vienna: Institute of Life/ International Union for Scientific Study of Population. Zelinsky, W. (1971), ‘The hypothesis of the mobility transition’, Geographical Review 61: 219-249. 2 Early starters and latecomers Comparing countries of immigration and immigration regimes in Europe Joaquín Arango ‘Seek simplicity and distrust it’ (J. 1 Introduction In recent decades, Europe has become one of the major immigrationreceiving regions in the world. No other region receives more immigrants in absolute terms, although not in relation to population size.

The labour potential at the time was therefore 34 MAREK OKÓLSKI significantly reduced due to emigration, and a continuously diminishing labour potential was stabilised largely due to below-replacement fertility. Those were the main demographic underpinnings for major social change and sustained modern economic development. Social change in Italy accelerated in the 1950s, in Spain in the 1960s, but in Greece and Portugal only in the 1980s. In each case, however, a breakthrough occurred when economies opened up and integration with more developed European countries became a structural process.

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