This book analyzes the impact of thirty years of labor migration from the Mediterranean region and from Finland to western and northern continental Europe. It also analyzes the effects of migration on the host countries and the home countries.
Table of Contents
Introduction 1. Post-World War II European Labor Migration: An Introduction to the Issues Rosemarie Rogers Part One: The Migrants' Role in the Economies, Societies, and Polities of the Receiving Countries 2. Labor Migration and the Employment of Foreigners in the Federal Republic of Germany Since 1950 3. The French Textile Industry: A Segmented Labor Market 4. Temporary Labor Migration or Immigration? "Guest Workers" in the Federal Republic of Germany 5. Citizenship, Aliens' Political Rights, and Politicians' Concern for Migrants: The Case of Sweden Part Two: The Second Generation of Migrants 6. The Second Generation of Immigrants: A Sociological Analysis with Special Emphasis on Switzerland 7. Second-Generation Foreigners in France 8. Second-Generation Migrants in the Federal Republic of Germany Part Three: The Migrants' Effects on the Sending Countries 9. Migration of Workers and the Labor Market: Is Italy Becoming a Country of Immigration? 10. Impact of Labor Migration on the Turkish Economy 11. Intra-European Migration and Regional Development: Spain and Portugal 12. Emigration and Development in Algeria: Doubts and Dilemmas Conclusions 13. Western Europe in the 1980s: of Immigration?