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Immigration and welfare : challenging the borders of the welfare state / editado por Michael Bommes y Andrew Geddes

Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Routledge/EUI studies in the political economy of welfare.Publisher: New York, Estados Unidos de América : Routledge, 2000Description: xii, 291 páginas ; gráficos, tablas.Content type: texto Media type: sin mediación Carrier type: volumenISBN: 0415223725.Subject(s): Migración -- Política Pública -- Europa | Migración -- Aspectos Sociales -- Europa | Estado Benefactor | Inmigrantes | Estado de BienestarDDC classification: 325.4
Contents:
1. Introduction: immigration and the welfare state. 2. Looking in three directions: migration and the European welfare atate in comparative perspective. 3. Welfare state and territory. 4. European welfare state transformation and migration. 5. The Marshallian triptych recordered: the role of courts and bureaucracies in furthering migrants' social rights. 6. National welfare state, biography and migration: labour migrants, ethics Germans and the re-ascription of welfare state membership. 7. Immigration and the politics of rights: the French case in comparative perspective. 8. Denying access: asylum seekers and welfare benefits in the UK. 9. Europeanising the receotion of asylum seekers: the opposite of welfare state politics. 10 Immigrants' social citizenship and labour market dynamics in Portugal. 11. Temporary transnational labour migrtion in an integrating Europe and the challenge to the German welfare state. 12. Thin Europeanisation: the social rights of migrants in an integrating Europe. 13. Unexpected biographies: deconstructing the national welfare state? 14. Conclusión: defining and redefining the community of legitimate welfare receivers.
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1. Introduction: immigration and the welfare state. 2. Looking in three directions: migration and the European welfare atate in comparative perspective. 3. Welfare state and territory. 4. European welfare state transformation and migration. 5. The Marshallian triptych recordered: the role of courts and bureaucracies in furthering migrants' social rights. 6. National welfare state, biography and migration: labour migrants, ethics Germans and the re-ascription of welfare state membership. 7. Immigration and the politics of rights: the French case in comparative perspective. 8. Denying access: asylum seekers and welfare benefits in the UK. 9. Europeanising the receotion of asylum seekers: the opposite of welfare state politics. 10 Immigrants' social citizenship and labour market dynamics in Portugal. 11. Temporary transnational labour migrtion in an integrating Europe and the challenge to the German welfare state. 12. Thin Europeanisation: the social rights of migrants in an integrating Europe. 13. Unexpected biographies: deconstructing the national welfare state? 14. Conclusión: defining and redefining the community of legitimate welfare receivers.

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