Innovative Concepts for Alternative Migration Policies
Innovative Concepts for Alternative Migration Policies
Ten Innovative Approaches to the Challenges of Migration in the 21st Century
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Contents - 6 Foreword - 10 Introduction and overview - 12 Temporary Migration Programmes: potential, problems and prerequisites - 20 A new European employment migration policy - 30 People Flow revisited: constructive management of changing patterns of migration - 38 Towards sustainable migration policies - 48 Co-development: a myth or a workable policy approach? - 60 Imagining policy as a means to innovation:the case for a mobile middle-aged - 68 In-country ‘refugee’ processing arrangements:a humanitarian alternative? - 80 Open borders, close monitoring - 90 The Development Visa Scheme revisited - 100 Pricing entrance fees for migrants - 110 Conclusion - 122

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"I congratulate the editor for this innovative approach indeed. If the purpose of this book is to start discussions on new policy options it certainly will reach its goal. Every chapter leads to a number of questions for the interested reader and policy maker." Philip Muus, Malmö University|"This is a book well-thought through on a very timely and important topic. The contributors are all experts in their fields who offer stimulating proposals for better ideas to control immigration to welfare states in Europe." Leo Lucassen, Leiden University and University of Amsterdam|"These ten papers stimulate new policy thinking and rethinking. They succeed in pushing forward the analysis of managing new migration." Philip Martin, University of California, Davis

Michael Jandl

Innovative Concepts for Alternative Migration Policies

Ten Innovative Approaches to the Challenges of Migration in the 21st Century

This book is directed at researchers and policymakers at all levels and is intended to stimulate fresh thinking for the development of unconventional and innovative ideas for migration policymaking. The papers in this edited volume are the results of a joint ICMPD/IMISCOE workshop on "Innovative Concepts for Alternative Migration Policies", held at the International Centre for Migration Policy Development in Vienna in 2006, with the participation of migration researchers, policymakers and representatives of international organisations. Based on the strengths of the combined ideas presented by the authors of these ten short papers, eight basic principles for the design of innovative migration policy approaches are presented and developed.
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Michael Jandl

Michael Jandl is a researcher and consultant for the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, the International Centre for Migration Policy Development, and other organizations.