Rethinking the attractiveness of EU labour immigration policies : comparative perspectives on the EU, the US, Canada and beyond

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    1 online resource (viii, 146 pages)
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    https://www.ceps.eu/system/files/RETHINKING%20LABOUR%20IMMIGRATION%20POLICIES_withcover.pdf
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  • Additional Information
    • Added Details:
      Carrera, Sergio (Political scientist), editor.
      Guild, Elspeth, editor.
      Eisele, Katharina, 1983- editor.
      Malmström, Cecilia
      Ruhs, Martin
      Ryan, Bernard
      Cholewinski, Ryszard
      Triandafyllidou, Anna
      Vincenza Desiderio, Maria
      Popova, Natalia
      Kahanec, Martin
      Acosta Arcarazo, Diego
      Gabriel, Christina
      Fullerton, Maryellen
      Groenendijk, Kees
      Peers, Steve
      Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels, Belgium), issuing body.
    • ISBN:
      9789461384171
      9461384173
    • Call Numbers:
      KJE6044 .R48 2014eb online
    • Supplemental Data:
      Online resource; title from PDF title (Centre for European Policy Studies, viewed November 19, 2014).
    • Abstract:
      Is Europe's immigration policy attractive? One of the priorities driving current EU debates on labour immigration policies is the perceived need to boost Europe's attractiveness vis-á-vis 'talented' and 'highly skilled' immigrants. The EU sees itself playing a role in persuading immigrants to choose Europe over other competing destinations, such as the US or Canada. This book critically examines the determinants and challenges characterising discussions focused on the attractiveness of labour migration policies in the EU as well as other international settings. It calls for re-thinking some of the most commonly held premises and assumptions underlying the narratives of 'attractiveness' and 'global competition for talent' in migration policy debates. How can an immigration policy, in fact, be made to be 'attractive' and what are the incentives at play (if any)? A multidisciplinary team of leading scholars and experts in migration studies address the main issues and challenges related to the role played by rights and discrimination, qualifications and skills, and matching demand and supply in needs-based migration policies. The experiences in other jurisdictions such as South America, Canada and the United States are also covered: Are these countries indeed so 'attractive' and 'competitive', and if so what makes them more attractive than the EU? On the basis of the discussions and findings presented across the various contributions, the book identifies a number of priorities for policy formulation and design in the next generation of EU labour migration policies. In particular, it highlights important initiatives that the new European Commission should focus on in the years to come.
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      Open access content. Open access content
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      Includes bibliographical references.
      Foreword / The Attractiveness of EU Labour Immigration Policy / Rights and Discrimination -- Rethinking Migrant Rights / Are there trade-offs between openness, numbers and rights in Britain's immigration policy? / Labour Migration, Temporariness and Rights / Migrant Integration in 2020 Europe: The Case for Integration Partnerships / Qualifications, Skills and Needs -- Qualifications, Skills and Integration / Challenges in Skills Identification, Anticipation and Monitoring / Labour Market Needs and Migration Policy Options: Towards More Dynamic Labour Markets / Falling Through the Cracks: Third-Country Nationals and the Recognition of Qualifications in the EU / International Perspectives -- Rethinking Attractiveness: The Case of South America / Labour Migration in Canada: A Matter of 'Supply' and 'Demand' / An Overview of Labour Migration Policies in the United States / The Next Generation of EU Immigration Policy -- Which Way Forward with Migration and Employment in the EU? / An EU Immigration Code: Towards a Common Immigration Policy / Rethinking the Attractiveness of EU Labour Immigration Policy: Context and Challenges / The Next Generation of EU Labour Immigration Policy: Conclusions and Recommendations / EU Legal and Policy Instruments on Labour Immigration -- List of Contributors -- List of Abbreviations -- Programme of the Expert Seminar. 1. Section I. 2. 3. 4. 5. Section II. 6. 7. 8. 9. Section III. 10. 11. 12. Section IV. 13. 14. 15. 16. Annex 1. Cecilia Malmström -- Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild and Katharina Eisele -- Martin Ruhs -- Bernard Ryan -- Ryszard Cholewinski -- Anna Triandafyllidou -- Maria Vincenza Desiderio -- Natalia Popova -- Martin Kahanec -- Katharina Eisele -- Diego Acosta Arcarazo -- Christina Gabriel -- Maryellen Fullerton -- Kees Groenendijk -- Steve Peers -- Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild and Katharina Eisele -- Sergio Carrera, Elspeth Guild and Katharina Eisele
    • Other Numbers:
      PIT oai:aei.pitt.edu:57311
      CHVBK 336705514
      CHBIS 010436464
      Carrera, Sergio and Guild, Elspeth and Eisele, Katarina and Malmström, Cecilia and Ruhs, Martin and Ryan, Bernard and Cholewinski, Ryszard and Triandafyllidou, Anna and Vincenza Desiderio, Maria and Popova, Natalia and Kahanec, Martin and Acosta Arcarazo, Diego and Gabriel, Christina and Fullerton, Maryellen and Groenendijk, Kees and Peers, Steve (2014) Rethinking the Attractiveness of EU Labour Immigration Policies: Comparative perspectives on the EU, the US, Canada and beyond. Series > Centre for European Policy Studies (Brussels) > CEPS Paperbacks . UNSPECIFIED. ISBN 978-94-6138-417-1
      895333971
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      United States
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