Vol 11, No 2 (2014)

Mobile Inequalities in a Mobile Europe

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Special Issue: Mobile Inequalities in a Mobile Europe - Guest-edited by Anna Amelina from Goethe-University Frankfurt am Main and Andreas Vasilache from Bielefeld University. 

Table of Contents

Special Issue Articles

Editorial: The shadows of enlargement: Theorising mobility and inequality in a changing Europe PDF
Anna Amelina, Andreas Vasilache 109-124
New forms of intra-European migration, labour market dynamics and social inequality in Europe PDF
Roland Verwiebe, Laura Wiesböck, Roland Teitzer 125-136
With what implications? An assessment of EU migration governance between Union regulation and national diversity PDF
Emma Carmel 137-153
Securitisation, economisation and the political constitution of temporary migration: the making of the Austrian seasonal workers scheme PDF
Kenneth Horvath 154-170
Migrating skills, skilled migrants and migration skills: The influence of contexts on the validation of migrants’ skills PDF
Magdalena Nowicka 171-186
Citizenship, Europe and ethnic boundary making among Russian minorities in Latvia and Lithuania PDF
Natalka Patsiurko, Claire Wallace 187-205

Articles

The next generation: Experiences of higher educated Turkish-Dutch on The Hague labour market PDF
Karijn G. Nijhoff 206-217
Policy perspectives of Turkey towards return migration: From permissive indifference to selective difference PDF
Özge Bilgili, Melissa Siegel 218-228
Educated in New Zealand and staying on? A parameter simulation analysis PDF
Jan Jan Soon 229-244
Turkish migration in Europe: EU accession and migration flows PDF
Wadim Strielkowski, Ondřej Glazar 245-257

Book Reviews

Migrant smuggling: irregular migration from Asia and Africa to Europe PDF
  258-259
Preserving Cultural Identity through Education: The Schools of Chinese Community in Calcutta, India PDF
  260-261


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