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Immigration Control in Disguise?
Civic Integration Policies and Immigrant Admission

, vol. 38, no. 6, pp. 1152-1173, DOI:1 0.1080/01402382.2015.1041237. Bartram, D 2005, International labour migration. Foreign workers and public policy , Palgrave Macmillan, Basingstoke. Bennhold, K 2006, Sarkozy turns France to talk of immigration . Available from: < >. [Last accessed 13.10.2017]. Bertossi, C 2011, ‘National models of integration in Europe: a comparative and critical analysis’, American Behavioral Scientist , vol. 55, no. 12, pp. 1561

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Contesting Family in Finnish and Canadian Immigration and Refugee Policy

2007, ‘DNA, Discrimination and the definition of ‘Family Class’: M. A. O. v. Canada (Minister of Citizenship and Immigration)’ Journal of law and policy 21: 5-25. Becker, G & Becker, G 1997, The economics of life. McGraw-Hill. Boyd, S 1989, ‘From Gender-Specificity to Gender-Neutrality? Ideologies in Canadian child custody law’, pp. 126-57 in C. (ed.) Child custody and the politics of gender. London, Routledge. Boyd, S 1994, ‘(Re)Placing the State: Family, law and oppression’, canadian

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Immigrants and Immigration Policy in Ageing Finland

://$File/Yearbook_09.pdf? Koivukangas, O. 2003: European Immigration and Integration: Finland, National Europe Centre Paper, No. 63, accessed on: OECD, 2004: Ageing and Employment Policies: Finland, Paris: OECD Publishing. Official site of the Finnish Immigration Service, 2011: Official site of the Immigrant Parliament of Finland, 2011

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Immigration and Federalism in Canada: beyond Quebec Exceptionalism?

References • Agranoff Robert, 1999, ‘Power Shifts, Diversity and Asymmetry’, in Agranoff Robert (ed), Accomodating Diversity. Asymmetry in Federal States , Nomos, Baden Baden. • Antonini Luca, 2000, Il regionalismo differenziato , Giuffrè, Milano. • Baglay Sasha and Nakache Delphine, 2014, ‘Immigration federalism in Canada: Provincial and Territorial Nominee programs (PNTPs)’, in Baglay Sasha and Nakache Delphine, (eds), Immigration Regulation in Federal States , Springer, Dordrecht, 96-116. • Banting Keith, 2012, ‘Canada’, in Joppke

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Who Is Afraid of Skilled Migrants From Europe? Exploring Support for Immigration Control in Switzerland

7 References Ackermann, Maya and Markus Freitag. 2015. What Actually Matters? Understanding Attitudes Toward Immigration in Switzerland. Swiss Political Science Review 21(1): 36–47. Allport, Gordon W. 1954. The Nature of Prejudice . Reading: Addison Wesley. Auspurg, Katrin and Thomas Hinz. 2015. Factorial Survey Experiments . Quantitative Applications in the Social Sciences 175. Thousand Oaks: Sage. Blinder, Scott. 2015. Imagined Immigration: The Impact of Different Meanings of “Immigrants” in Public Opinion and Policy Debates in

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Canada as an Inspirational Model: Reforming Scandinavian Immigration and Integration Policies

References Abu-Laban, Y & Gabriel, C 2002, Selling diversity : Immigration, multiculturalism, employment equity, and globalization, Broadview Press, Peterborough, Ont. Andersen, J, Larsen, JE & Møller, IH 2009, ‘The exclusion and marginalisation of immigrants in the Danish welfare society’, International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, vol. 29, no. 5/6, pp. 274-286. DOI: 10.1108/01443330910965804. Anton, TJ 1969, ‘Policy-making and political culture in Sweden’, Scandinavian Political Studies, no. 4, pp

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The Fiscal Effects of Economic Immigration on Subnational Government Finance in Poland

R eferences Auerbach, A.J., Oreopoulos, P. (1999). Analyzing the Fiscal Impact of U.S. Immigration. American Economic Review, 89 (2), 176-180. Bodvarsson, Ö.B., Van den Berg, H. (2013). The Economics of Immigration: Theory and Policy . New York Heidelberg Dordrecht London: Springer. Chan, J. (2018). The Effect of Immigration on Local Public Finances . Retrieved from: . Dustmann, Ch., Frattini, T., Halls, C. (2010). Assessing the Fiscal Costs and Benefits of A8 Migration to the UK. Fiscal Studies, 31

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Immigration in the European Union in the Second Decade of the 21st Century: Problem or Solution?

References An opportunity and a challenge. Migration in the European Union , in: Europe on the move, European Commission , Directorate-General for Communication, Manuscript completed in May 2009. Brady, H. (2011). The June European Council: Migrants on their minds, Center for European Reform , CER April 08. Cecil, N. (2011). Mass immigration from Africa ‘could create a full-scale crisis’, London Evening Standard , 13 May. Conclusions, European Council

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INVISIBLE IMMIGRANTS, VISIBLE EXPATS? Americans in Finnish discourses on immigration and internationalization

, Eurostars and eurocities: free movement and mobility in an integrating Europe, Blackwell, Malden, MA. Findlay, AM 1995, ‘Skilled transients: the invisible phenomenon?’, in The Cambridge survey of world migration, ed. R Cohen, Cambridge University Press, New York, pp. 515-522. Finnish Immigration Service 2011, Quota refugee selections. Available from: <>. [Last accessed 2.3.2012]. Forsander, A 2002, Luottamuksen ehdot: maahanmuuttajat 1990-luvun suomalaisilla

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“This is a Controlled Invasion”: The Czech President Miloš Zeman’s Populist Perception of Islam and Immigration as Security Threats

in the framework of his rhetorical and actual political strategies. We focus on several particular mutually interlinked topics – primarily what, in Zeman’s mind, are the causes and consequences of security (or danger), how threats should be further combated, and the intentions that Miloš Zeman has when mentioning security (or danger). According to Zeman’s speeches, statements, interviews, and so on (see following sections), the issues of Islam and immigration are the most serious threats for Czech and European security. For this reason, we analyze how Miloš Zeman

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