Emigration and diaspora policies in the age of mobility
Title: Emigration and diaspora policies in the age of mobility
Editor(s): WEINAR, Agnieszka
Citation: Cham : Springer, 2017. Global migration issues ; 9
ISBN: 9783319563411; 9783319563428
This volume examines the ways different countries around the world have responded to rising numbers of mobile citizens. Complete with detailed case studies, it provides a groundbreaking and global analysis of emigration and diaspora policies in the 21st century. First, an introduction considers factors that determines a state's policy choices. It draws on rich empirical material to present readers with information on the determinants of policy definition and implementation, reactions to emigration, and converging and diverging trends. Next, the volume offers detailed case studies from 15 countries around the world, including Argentia, Vietnam, Senegal, the Russian Federation, Denmark, and Turkey. Coverage for each country critically analyzes its emigration or diaspora policies as well as how these policies affect its mobile citizens. The contributors also place the policies in context and explore the consequences of pertinent rules and provisions. In addition, a conclusion presents a comparative analysis of all case studies as well as details a set of best practices.Emigration and immigration are two sides of the same coin that every country experiences and, in one way or the other, must face. This book offers readers a new look on diaspora and emigration governance across the globe and explores the future paradigm of reactions to emigration.
Table of Contents:
-- 1: Introduction, Agnieszka Weinar -- 2: Argentina and the human right to migrate, Lila García -- 3: When Belgians are the migrants: an overview of narratives, Public Policies and Actors Framing the Question of Emigration in Belgium, Jérémy Mandin -- 4: Leaving the fatherland behind – emigration and diaspora policies in Denmark, Per Mouritsen, Christine Hovmark Jensen -- 5: The promise of a welfare state: the Ecuadorian government strategy on emigration and diaspora policies between 2007–2016, Consuelo Sánchez Bautista -- 6: Mobile French citizens and la mère-patrie: emigration and diaspora policies in France, Sylvain Beck, Agnieszka Weinar -- 7: Between West and East: diaspora, emigration and return in the Polish emigration and diaspora policy, Renata Stefańska -- 8: A global nation? the evolution of emigration and diaspora policies in Portugal (1960–2016), José Santana-Pereira, Ana Paula Horta -- 9: Cultural or political diaspora: approach of the Russian federation, Olga Tkach -- 10: Emigration and development in Senegal, Sorana Toma, Lama Kabbanji -- 11: Overseas Koreans and dedicated diaspora and emigration policies, Ijin Hong -- 12: Living in the past, leaving in the present: emigration and diaspora policies in Spain, Francesco Pasetti -- 13: Tunisia and its diaspora: between protection and control, Stéphanie Pouessel -- 14: Turkey’s ever-evolving attitude-shift towards engagement with its diaspora, Bahar Baser -- 15: Vietnam and its diaspora: an evolving relationship, Tien Nguyen -- 16: Emergining patterns, diverse solutions, Agnieszka Weinar