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International Migration and the European Union Relations in the Context of a Comparison of Western Balkans and North African Countries: Controlling Migration and Hybrid Model

  • Aliu, Armando
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    This study investigates migration flows from Western Balkans and North African countries to the high-income countries of the EU. Migration and asylum issues were analysed with taking into account empirical, analytical and political comparisons of Western Balkans and North African countries from the triple win solution point of view. The research attempts to emphasize Western Balkans migration experience in order to respond how to manage and/or control chaotic migration with respect to North African countries. In addition, the EU enlargement and neighbourhood policies have significant effects on EU migration dynamics of demographic change (i.e. ageing population) and convergence/divergence of EU member states’ migration priorities. In this context, the role of the triangle (hybridity) – state, private and civil society in migration research ought to be argued to verify whether a controlling migration by an ideal hybrid structure and decentralisation will be more effective and accurate or not? The research presents dialectics of triple win approach and hybrid model (i.e. home country-state, host country-private, and civil society-migrants) with using governance models. The main argument was tested methodologically through using case study research, grounded theory, constructivist and normative approaches.

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    Date of creation: 21 May 2012
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    1. Otaviano Canuto & Sanket Mohapatra & Dilip Ratha, 2011. "Shadow Sovereign Ratings," World Bank Other Operational Studies 10080, The World Bank.
    2. Louka T. Katseli & Robert E.B. Lucas & Theodora Xenogiani, 2006. "Policies for Migration and Development: A European Perspective," OECD Development Centre Policy Briefs 30, OECD Publishing.
    3. Dirk Kohnert, 2007. "African Migration to Europe: Obscured Responsibilities and Common Misconceptions," GIGA Working Paper Series 49, GIGA German Institute of Global and Area Studies.
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