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Intra-European migration, 1946-1960

G. Beyer

Intra-European migration, 1946-1960

a statistical approach.

by G. Beyer

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Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Europe -- Emigration and immigration

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsMigration Conference, Leysin, Switzerland, 1961
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHB3581 B4
    The Physical Object
    Pagination18 p.
    Number of Pages18
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14352674M

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    The free movement of EU citizens has had significant implications for intra-European migration and settlement. There have been concerns about its impact on welfare states, and many EU states have introduced length of stay requirements for social assistance as a consequence. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

    Summary/Abstract: This article analyses intra-European migration on the basis of primary data gathered in Berlin in and The theoretical foundation of the contribution is mainly based on newer migration research and research on Europeanisation. The empirical results of the study show that the individual patterns of migration within Europe vary quite by: Integration Migrants actively contribute to the economic, social and cultural development of European societies. Their successful integration into society in the host country is the key to maximising the opportunities of legal migration and making the most of the contributions that immigration can make to EU development.


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Intra-European migration, 1946-1960 by G. Beyer Download PDF EPUB FB2

This way the book puts the analysis of intra-European movement in the 1946-1960 book of broader theoretical debates in migration studies and beyond. About the Author Dr. P.W.A. (Peter) Scholten is Associate Professor Public Policy & Politics at the Erasmus University of cturer: Springer.

Book chapter on intra-European migration Septem February 3, Kim Bosmans Despite the impressive size of intra-European migration flows, to date they have received only limited scholarly attention in Belgium compared to the migration of non-Europeans, or third country nationals.

This open access book offers a critical perspective on intra-European mobility and migration by using new empirical data and theoretical discussions. It develops a theoretical and empirical analysis of the consequences of intra-European movement for sending and receiving urban regions in The Netherlands, Sweden, Austria, Turkey, Poland and.

Abstract. I nquiries into the economic and general significance of intra-European migration were regarded as unimportant until recently, when interest began to be aroused in European integration and in the redistribution of population within the continent as an alternative to oversea migration.

This is not a criticism of previous work in this field. First of all, mention must be made of the Author: Friedrich Edding. Intra-European migration decisions and welfare systems: the missing life course link Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

The book conceptualizes Central and Eastern European (CEE) migration by distinguishing between different types of CEE migrants and consequences. This involves a mapping of migration corridors within Europe, a unique empirical analysis of consequences for urban regions, and an analysis of governance responses.

The crisis mainly seems to have affected intra-European migration, with a decrease in overall free movement within the EU and with the peripheral countries hardest hit by the crisis—particularly Greece, Ireland, Italy, Portugal, and Spain—again becoming emigration countries (Castles et al.

).Cited by: Eurostars and Eurocities: Free Movement and Mobility in an Integrating Europe examines intra-European Union migration in the cities of Amsterdam, London and Brussels. Based on sixty in-depth interviews of free moving European citizens, and more than five years of ethnographic and documentary research, it uncovers the rarely studied human dimension of European integration.

New Forms of Intra-European Migration, Labour Market Dynamics and Social Inequality in Europe Article (PDF Available) in Migration Letters 11(2)– May with 1, Reads.

The recent period of intra-European migration (– in Fig. 1) is marked by a financial and economic crisis and declining labour demand across Europe (hitting certain European countries harder than others).Consequently, migration flows from Eastern to Western Europe in general have decreased considerably, although they seem to have partly bounced back in the most recent Cited by:   Intra-European Migrants As the transitional period limiting free movement from Bulgaria and Romania comes to an end by JanuaryEurope will form an area where citizens from 31 countries — the 27 countries of the European Union (EU) plus Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway, and Switzerland — can live, study, or work anywhere they wish.

Whilst the Europeanisation of migration into the United Kingdom began in the s, intra-European flows reshaped migration patterns, and only became a Cited by: 6. The crisis mainly seems to have af fected intra-European migration, with a decrease in overall free movement within the EU and with the peripheral countries hardest hit by the crisis.

If until recently the most controversial aspect of immigration has been migrants and asylum-seekers from outside the EU and an invisibility of European migration and European migrants, in the last few years we observe that the very principle of migration from the other member states is challenged in a systematic manner for the first time since Author: Roxana Barbulescu, Jean-Michel Lafleur, Mikolaj Stanek.

In this contribution, we focus on intra-European migration flows from Southern and Eastern Europe to the rest of Europe. We compare Southern and Eastern European migration patterns with figures on internal European migration from the rest of the EU and on migration from non-EU countries.

Migration and Integration in Europe,Vrijzinnig Centrum Oostkamp, 21 May Europe on the Move. Intra-European mobility in the twenty-first century, Free University Brussels, 30 April Intra-European mobility in the twenty-first century: a research agenda, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, 18 February   Abstract.

Citizenship is defined in terms of national contexts, institutions, or practices. Apart from noting one’s membership in a certain polity, citizenship can be understood to have – at least – three meanings as follows: it can signify access, identification, and practice.

This article examines these three dimensions based on the experiences of highly skilled Finns living in other Author: Saara Koikkalainen. The Transformation of the European Migration System. intra-European migration of the same period. The book concludes by offering an empirically-grounded theoretical synthesis to serve as a Author: Paolo Ruspini.

Christof Van Mol is Researcher at the Centre for Migration and Intercultural Studies, University of Antwerp, Belgium, and the Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute, the Netherlands. His research project into intra-European student mobility was funded by the Research Foundation – Manufacturer: Palgrave Macmillan.

Intra-European Migration Patterns & European Migrant Characteristics: a Statistical Portrait of the Dutch Context between and NIDI Working Paper no. / The Hague: NIDI. De Jong, P., de Valk, H.A.G. & Van Mol, C. Welfare, migration and the life course: Welfare regimes and migration patterns of EU-citizens in the Netherlands.

Eurostars and Eurocities: Free Movement and Mobility in an Integrating Europe examines intra-European Union migration in the cities of Amsterdam, London and Brussels. Based on sixty in-depth interviews of free moving European citizens, and more than five years of ethnographic and documentary research, it uncovers the rarely studied human dimension of European integrationCited by: Summary/Abstract: This article deals with new forms of Intra-European migration, processes of integration and inequality, and dynamics of emerging transnational labour markets in Europe.

We discuss these issues against the background of fundamental changes which have been taking place on the European continent over the past two decades.This trend is the consequence of the intra-European divide, with Northern European countries like the UK attracting the highest share of South European migration since the economic crisis and East-to-West patterns of migration since the and enlargements.