The dynamics of international migration and settlement in Europe. A state of the Art

  title={The dynamics of international migration and settlement in Europe. A state of the Art},
  author={Rinus Penninx and Mar{\'i}a Paz Berger and K. Kraal},
Table of Contents - 6[-]1. Introduction - 8[-]2. International Migration and Its Regulation - 20[-]3. Migration and Development: Causes and Consequences - 42[-]4. Migrants' Citizenship: Legal Status, Rights and Political Participation - 66[-]5. Migrants' Work, Entrepreneurship and Economic Integration - 100[-]6. Social Integration of Immigrants with Special Reference to the Local and Spatial Dimension - 134[-]7. Cultural, Religious and Linguistic Diversity in Europe: An Overview of Issues and… 

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