This title was first published in 2001. Taking a multilevel perspective on the Europeanization of refugee policies, this innovative work highlights the entanglement between domestic asylum reforms. Essential reading for scholars of European integration, asylum and refugee policy.
Table of Contents
Contents: Introduction; Refugees, the state and European integration; Post-World War II refugee regimes; The communitarization of refugee policies; The Europeanization of refugee policies in Germany and France; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index.
’...important for all concerned with the changing nature of European society.’ Professor, Dr Adrienne Héritier, Director Max Planck Project Group, Germany ’This is a book of genuine scholarship. It provides a careful account of the evolution of the immigration and asylum policy over the last 20 years. Researchers and students of migration studies will find this book most valuable.’ Race Relations Abstracts ’This is an excellent book as regards the quality of the research which has gone into it...This book is extremely valuable for the quality of the research and its presentation. Lavenex has undertaken very careful original research as well as a thorough review of the exisiting literature in the field.’ Ethnic and Racial Studies 'Although this book is written on a specialised area of law, it is written in clear and concise language and is of interest to anyone interested in refugees and the development of asylum law.' frontline