Migration from the Middle East and North Africa to Europe
Titel
Migration from the Middle East and North Africa to Europe
Subtitel
Past Developments, Current Status and Future Potentials
ISBN
9789048523177
Uitvoering
eBook PDF
Aantal pagina's
288
Taal
Engels
Publicatiedatum
Afmetingen
15.6 x 23.4 cm
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Hardback - € 113,00

Recensies en Artikelen

"Fast-growing nations of the Middle East and North Africa have a surplus of young workers, while shrinking European countries having ever fewer youth entering the labor force. These fundamental push and pull factors combine with policies, politics, and climate change and other factors to shape one of the world's most complex migration corridors." -- Philip Martin, University of California, Davis

"[A] very well edited publication which addresses an extremely topical subject from an important perspective. Many of the chapters are by internationally recognised experts in the field, presenting new analysis." -- Michael Collyer, University of Sussex

Migration from the Middle East and North Africa to Europe

Past Developments, Current Status and Future Potentials

De onderstaande tekst is niet beschikbaar in het Nederlands en wordt in het Engels weergegeven.
One of the most important challenges concerning the future of the European Union is the demographic reproduction of the European population. Decreasing birth-rates and the retirement of the baby boomers will dramatically reduce the labour force in the EU, which will entail not only a lack of manpower but also lower contributions to European social systems. It seems clear that the EU will have to counterbalance this population decrease by immigration in the coming years. Migration Between the Middle East, North Africa and Europe takes this challenge as a point of departure for analysing the MENA region, in particular Morocco, Egypt and Turkey, as a possible source of future migration to the European Union. At the same time, it illustrates the uncertainties implied in such calculations, especially at a time of radical political changes, such as those brought about by the Arab Uprising.
Redacteurs

Heinz Fassmann

Heinz Fassmann is professor at the Institute of Geography and Regional Research of the University of Vienna and director of the Austrian Academy of Science's Institute for Urban and Regional Research.

Michael Bommes

Michael Bommes (¿ 2010) was professor of sociology at the University of Osnabrück.

Wiebke Sievers

Wiebke Sievers is onderzoeker bij de Commissie voor Migratie en Integratie Onderzoek aan de Oostenrijkse Academie van Wetenschappen.