Fully updated and containing chapters on the new EU member states and the attempt to form a common EU migration policy, this new edition of European Immigration: A Sourcebook provides a comprehensive overview of the trends and developments in migration in all EU countries. With chapters following a common structure to facilitate direct international comparisons, it not only examines the internal affairs of each member state, but also explores both migratory trends within the EU itself and the implications for European immigration of wider global events, including the Arab Spring and the world financial crisis.
Anna Triandafyllidou is Professor at the Global Governance Programme of the European University Institute (Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies) in Florence, Italy, where she also coordinates the Research Strand on ’Cultural Pluralism’. Author of The Social Psychology of Party Behaviour; Immigrants and National Identity in Europe; and Negotiating Nationhood in a Changing Europe, she co-wrote What is Europe? and Migrant Smuggling. She has edited Irregular Migration in Europe; Irregular Migrant Domestic Workers in Europe; Muslims in 21st Century Europe; Circular Migration between Europe and its Neighbourhood; and co-edited European Immigration: A Sourcebook; European Multiculturalism(s); The European Public Sphere and the Media; Europeanisation, National Identities and Migration; Multiculturalism, Muslims and Citizenship; Transcultural Europe; and The Greek Crisis and European Modernity. Ruby Gropas is a Research Fellow at the Global Governance Programme, of the European University Institute (Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies), in Florence, Italy. She is also a Lecturer in International Relations in the Faculty of Law at the Democritus University of Thrace, Komotini, Greece, and teaches as Visiting Professor at the College of Europe in Bruges, Belgium. She is the author of Human Rights and Foreign Policy, co-author of What is Europe? and co-editor European Immigration: A Sourcebook; and The Greek Crisis and European Modernity.