Migration, Citizenship, and the European Welfare State
A European Dilemma
Carl-Ulrik Schierup, Peo Hansen, and Stephen Castles
Table of Contents
1. Understanding the Dual Crisis
2. The 'Migration' Crisis and the Genesis of Europe's New Diversity
3. Still a European Social Model? From a Vision of a 'Social Europe' to the European Reality of Embedded Neo-liberalism
4. A Common Market, a Common 'Problem': Migration and European Integration Before and After the Launching of the Single Market
5. A Superabundance of Contradictions: The European Union's Post-Amsterdam Policies on MIgrant 'Integration', Labour Immigration, Asylum, and Illegal Immigration
6. Political Economies of Exclusion: Transatlantic Convergence or Transatlantic Split?
7. Britain's 'Neo-American' Trajectory
8. Germany, Immigration, and Social Exclusion in a Declining Welfare State
9. Economic Miracle and Political Limbo: Italy and its 'Extracommunitarians'
10. 'Paradise Lost'? Migration and the Changing Swedish Welfare State
11. 'Bloody Subcontracting' in the Network Society: Migration and Post-Fordist Restructuring Across the European Union
12. What Creed in Europe?