Title:Italian migration policies in times of crisis : the policy gap reconsidered Author(s):CAPONIO, Tiziana ; CAPPIALI, Maria TeresaDate:2018Citation:
- South European society and politics, 2018, Vol 23, No. 1, pp. 115-132
Type:ArticleAbstract:Numerous studies have shown that there is a structural gap between restrictive migration policies and expansive inflows in democratic countries yet scholars have not sufficiently reflected on how this gap is shaped in times ...
Title:Twenty-first-century trade agreements and the owl of Minerva Author(s):HOEKMAN, Bernard M. ; NELSON, Douglas R.Date:2018Citation:
- Annual review of resource economics, 2018, Vol. 10, pp. 161-183
Type:ArticleAbstract:The post-Second World War liberal trade order has been a driver of global economic growth and rising average per capita incomes. This order confronts increasing opposition, reflecting concerns about adjustment costs and ...
Title:'Blocked' youth : the politics of migration from South and East Mediterranean countries before and after the Arab uprisings Author(s):DE BEL-AIR, FrançoiseDate:2018Citation:
- International spectator, 2018, Vol. 53, No. 2, pp. 52-73
Type:ArticleAbstract:Migration from South and East Mediterranean (SEM) countries has been considered a growing security threat in the EU and Gulf states following the 9/11 attacks and the Arab uprisings. Since 2011, the economic slowdown, ...
Title:Cleavage theory meets Europe's crises : Lipset, Rokkan, and the transnational cleavage Author(s):HOOGHE, Liesbet ; MARKS, GaryDate:2018Citation:
- Journal of European public policy, 2018, Vol. 25, No. 1, pp. 109-135
Type:ArticleAbstract:This article argues that the perforation of national states by immigration, integration and trade may signify a critical juncture in the political development of Europe no less consequential for political parties and party ...
Title:Can labor immigration work for refugees? Author(s):RUHS, Martin Date:2019Citation:
- Current history, 2019, Vol. 118, No. 804, pp. 22-28
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Migration Policy Centre]Abstract:New policy designs will need to have an explicit dual purpose, combining the objectives of labor migration and humanitarian protection.
Title:Contesting the deportation state? : political change aspirations in protests against forced returns Author(s):HADJ-ABDOU, Leila ; ROSENBERG, SieglindeDate:2018Citation:
- Ethnic and racial studies, 2018, Vol. 42, No. 16, pp. 102-119
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Migration Policy Centre]Abstract:Deportation of immigrants is a high-ranking issue on political agendas across Europe. Political authorities, however, face a challenge regarding forced returns: affected migrants, organized activists and concerned citizens ...
Title:Party activism : the permeability of the asylum protest arena in Austria Author(s):HADJ-ABDOU, Leila ; ROSENBERG, SieglindeDate:2019Citation:
- Social movement studies, 2019, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 391-407
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Migration Policy Centre]Abstract:This article contributes to the growing field of studies on party–protest linkages that highlight the dynamic nature, complementarity and fuzziness of the parliamentary arena and protest arena. Taking the policy field of ...
Title:Immigrant integration : the governance of ethno-cultural difference Author(s):HADJ-ABDOU, Leila Date:2019Citation:
- Comparative migration studies, 2019, Vol. 7, , OnlineOnly
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Migration Policy Centre]Abstract:This commentary is a reply to the article ‘Against immigrant integration’ by Willem Schinkel. It argues that rather than abandoning immigrant integration as a field of research, we have to continue to strengthen critical ...
Title:Immigration and political distrust in Europe : a comparative longitudinal study Author(s):JEANNET, Anne-MarieDate:2020Citation:
- European societies, 2020, Vol. 22, No. 2, pp. 211-230
Type:ArticleAbstract:European countries have witnessed a steady rise of political distrust over the past decades, which coincides with the rise of mass immigration. Building on existing research regarding anti-immigration attitudes and political ...
Title:How issue salience explains the rise of the populist right in Western Europe Author(s):DENNISON, James Date:2020Citation:
- International journal of public opinion research, 2020, Vol. 32, No. 3, pp. 397-420
Type:ArticleSeries/Number:[Migration Policy Centre]Abstract:This article tests whether variation in issue salience can explain the rise of the populist right in Western Europe. By taking a novel cross-country and cross-time approach at both the aggregate- and individual levels using ...