The Politics of Migration and Immigration in Europe

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    The Politics of Central Europe

    Attila Ágh

    The New Politics of Welfare

    Bill Jordan

    Rethinking Green Politics

    John Barry

    Democracy and Democratization

    John Nagle and Alison Mahr

    International Political Theory

    Kimberly Hutchings

    Politics and Society in South Africa

    Daryl Glaser

    Theorizing European Integration

    Dimitris N. Chryssochoou

    Transforming the European Nation-State

    Kjell Goldmann

    Local Governance in Western Europe

    Peter John

    Implementing Public Policy

    Michael Hill and Peter Hupe

    The Politics of Migration and Immigration in Europe

    Andrew Geddes

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    List of Tables

    • 1.1 Inflows of foreign populations into selected European countries, 1990–99 (thousands) 9
    • 1.2 Inflows of asylum seekers into selected European countries, 1991–2000 (thousands) 10
    • 1.3 Stocks of foreign population in selected European countries (thousands and percentages) 12
    • 2.1 The perverse effects of control? Net immigration from new Commonwealth Countries to the UK, 1953–62 34
    • 2.2 Asylum applications in the UK, 1990–2001 41
    • 2.3 Top ten applicant nationalities for asylum to the UK, September-December 2001 41
    • 3.1 Total French population by nationality, 1982–99 54
    • 3.2 Naturalisations in France by decree and declaration, 1984–95 64
    • 3.3 Perceptions of the level of racism in France 72
    • 3.4 Perceptions of the principal victims of racism and xenophobia in France 73
    • 4.1 The foreign population of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1973–80 82
    • 5.1 Dutch population by ethnic origin, 1997 (thousands) 104
    • 5.2 Swedish population by citizenship, 1980–97 108
    • 5.3 Asylum seekers in Sweden, 1984–2000 (thousands) 109
    • 7.1 Estimates of the size of the informal economy in selected European countries 153
    • 7.2 Regularisations in southern Europe and the numbers of immigrants regularised 154
    • 7.3 Legally resident foreign population in southern Europe, 1990–99 155
    • 7.4 Asylum seekers in southern Europe, 1990–2000 156
    • 7.5 Apprehended clandestine immigrants in Puglia and Calabria by country of origin (January-September 2000) 156
    • 8.1 Legally resident foreign populations in the Czech Republic, Hungary and the Slovak Republic 176
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    • 7.1 The constitutive markets of an economy 153

    Acknowledgements

    A number of debts have been incurred while writing this book. The first is to the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute in Florence, Italy, where I spent 1997–98 as a Jean Monnet fellow in the European Forum on international migration. The book was then completed during a second stay as a Schuman Centre Visiting Fellow between July 2001 and January 2002. I am very grateful to Professors Yves Mény, Helen Wallace, Christian Joppke and Rene Leboutte for these opportunities. Professors Stephen Padgett and John Corner in the School of Politics and Communication Studies at Liverpool University offered invaluable support for which I am very appreciative. Special words of thanks are due to Adrian Favell, Richard Gillespie, Heather Grabbe, Virginie Guiraudon, Sandra Lavenex, and Maarten Vink who took the time to read parts of the manuscript. I'd also like to thank Maria Baganha, Roland Bank, Michael Bommes, John Crowley, Romain Garbaye, Robert Geyer, Elspeth Guild, James Hollifield, Dora Kostakopoulou, Marco Martiniello, David Richards, Shamit Saggar, Michael Samers, Yasemin Soysal, Paul Statham, Emek Uçarer and Joanne Van Selm. Any errors, oversights or omissions are, of course, my responsibility. I am grateful to the series editor, Ian Holliday and to Lucy Robinson at Sage for bearing with this seemingly never-ending project. As always, I am thankful for the support offered by my family. My greatest debt is to Federica, to whom this book is dedicated with love.

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