Citizenship Policies in the New Europe by Rainer Baubock pdf

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Citizenship Policies in the New Europe by Rainer Baubock, Bernhard Perchinig and Wiebke Siever pdf download

In recent years there has been a growing interest in comparative research on citizenship policies in major countries of immigration, both overseas and in Europe. However most comparative studies are limited in geographic scope to a small number of already well-researched countries. The present volume looks at countries that are rarely included in these studies.

Citizenship Policies in the New Europe by Rainer Baubock, Bernhard Perchinig and Wiebke Siever pdf download

It presents the results of the Citizenship in the new Member States and Turkey conference, held in Vienna from 30 June to 2 July 2005. This conference was organised within the framework of the EUfunded network of excellence IMISCOE (the acronym for international migration, integration and social cohesion in Europe), or to be more precise, within the thematic cluster of this network that focuses on citizenship and is coordinated by Rainer Baubo ¨ck.

Citizenship Policies in the New Europe by Rainer Baubock, Bernhard Perchinig and Wiebke Siever pdf download

Why concentrate on the ten new Member States and Turkey? There are various reasons for this choice. The initial idea for analysing the nationality regulations in this particular group of countries originated in another EU-funded project called NATAC (The acquisition of nationality in EU Member States: rules, practices and quantitative developments). NATAC provides the first strictly comparative analysis of the rules and practices regulating the acquisition and loss of nationality in the fifteen ‘old’ EU Member States.

Citizenship Policies in the New Europe by Rainer Baubock, Bernhard Perchinig and Wiebke Siever pdf download

Unlike earlier, similar studies, it was not limited to country reports but used a new methodology that facilitates the comparison of the regulations across countries. The results of this project are published in two volumes (Baubo ¨ck, Ersbøll, Groenendijk & Waldrauch 2006). Volume 1 contains comparative reports with chapters on the modes of acquiring and losing nationality, the statistics on nationality, the trends in nationality laws and the statuses of denizenship and quasi-citizenship in the fifteen states.
Volume 2 supplies specific background information on the historical and political evolution of the nationality legislation in each individual country, structured according to a common grid in order to facilitate comparative analyses.
Citizenship Policies in the New Europe by Rainer Baubock, Bernhard Perchinig and Wiebke Siever pdf download
Citizenship Policies in the New Europe by Rainer Baubock, Bernhard Perchinig and Wiebke Siever pdf download


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