- A new issue on migration and mobility - No.5-6/2007 -
The Romanian Journal of European Studies
special issue on migration and mobility
TheJean Monnet European Centre of Excellence of the West University of Timisoara edited the double issue No.5-6/2007 of The Romanian Journal of European Studies.
Ovidiu Laurian SIMINA (Guest editor), PhD Student, West University of Timisoara, Romania; Editorial
Maria-Alejandra GONZALEZ-PEREZ, Terrence MCDONOUGH and Tony DUNDON, Centre for Innovation and Structural Change (CISC), National University of Ireland, Galway, Ireland; A Theoretical Framework for Glocalisation of Labour Migration
Françoise PHILIP, LADEC/LAS, Université Rennes2 - Haute Bretagne, France; La mobilité intra-européenne comme vecteur structurant a une appartenance supranationale: Approche sociologique de cette « multiterritorialisation complexe ».
Monica ALEXANDRU, PhD Student, University of Bucharest, Romania; Migration and Social Mobility. A New Perspective on Status Inconsistency
Constantin GURDGIEV, Open Republic Institute, Dublin, and Institute for International Integration Studies, Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland; Migration and EU Enlargement: the Case of Ireland v Denmark
Mehmet E. YAYA, Department of Economics, Finance, and Legal Studies, University of Alabama, US; Immigration, Trade and Wages in Germany
Tim KRIEGER and Steffen MINTER, Department of Economics, University of Paderborn, Germany; Immigration Amnesties in the Southern EU Member States – a Challenge for the Entire EU?
Roger WHITE Department of Economics, Franklin and Marshall College and Bedassa TADESSE, Department of Economics, University of Minnesota – Duluth, US; East-West Migration and the Immigrant-Trade Link: Evidence from Italy
Lefteris TOPALOGLOU, University of Thessaly, Department of Planning and Regional Development, Volos, Greece; Cooperation, Strategy and Perspectives at the Northern Greek Borders: Perceptions, Practices and Policies
Lilla VICSEK, Institute of Sociology and Social Policy, The Budapest Corvinus University, Roland KESZI, ELTE University, Budapest and Krolify Research Institute, and Marcell MÁRKUS, The Budapest Corvinus University; The Image of Refugee Affairs in the Hungarian Press
Rixta WUNDRAK, Georg-August Universität Göttingen, Center of Methods in Social Sciences, and University of Potsdam, Institute of Geography, Germany; Immigration During the Wild Years: Chinese Pioneers in Bucharest
Monica ROMAN and Christina SUCIU, Academy of Economic Studies, Bucharest, Romania; International Mobility of Romanian Students in Europe: From Statistical Evidence to Policy Measures
Grigore SILAŞI, PhD, Jean Monnet European Centre of Excellence, West University of Timişoara, and Ovidiu Laurian SIMINA, PhD Student, West University of Timisoara, Romania; Labour Market Distortions as New Challenges beyond EU Enlargement: the Romanian Case
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