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One of the most important challenges concerning the future of the European Union is the demographic reproduction of the European population. Decreasing birth-rates and the retirement of the baby boomers will dramatically reduce the labour force in the EU, which will entail not only a lack of manpower but also lower contributions to European social systems. It seems clear that the EU will have to counterbalance this population decrease by immigration in the coming years. Migration Between the Middle East, North Africa and Europe takes this challenge as a point of departure for analysing the MENA region, in particular Morocco, Egypt and Turkey, as a possible source of future migration to the European Union. At the same time, it illustrates the uncertainties implied in such calculations, especially at a time of radical political changes, such as those brought about by the Arab Uprising.

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  1. Cover
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  1. Half-Title, Title, Copyright
  2. pp. i, 1-4
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  1. Contents
  2. pp. 5-12
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  1. Preface
  2. Heinz Fassmann, Wiebke Sievers
  3. pp. 13-14
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  1. Introduction
  2. Heinz Fassmann, Wiebke Sievers
  3. pp. 15-26
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  1. Part I – Country profiles
  1. 1. Euro-Mediterranean migration futures: The cases of Morocco, Egypt and Turkey
  2. Hein de Haas
  3. pp. 27-74
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  1. 2. Migration and development in Egypt
  2. Ayman Zohry
  3. pp. 75-98
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  1. 3. Turkish emigration and its implications for the sending and receiving countries
  2. Ahmet İçduygu
  3. pp. 99-136
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  1. Part II – Arena of political regulation and conflicts
  1. 4. The European Union’s international-migration relations towards Middle Eastern and North African countries
  2. Andrew Geddes
  3. pp. 137-158
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  1. 5. Political conflicts and migration in the MENA states
  2. Sigrid Faath, Hanspeter Mattes
  3. pp. 159-190
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  1. 6. The uncertainties involved in calculating migration
  2. Franz Nuscheler
  3. pp. 191-206
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  1. Part III – Prognosis, scenarios and forecasts
  1. 7. Demographic developments in the MENA region
  2. Ralf E. Ulrich
  3. pp. 207-230
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  1. 8. Estimating migration potential: Egypt, Morocco and Turkey
  2. Heinz Fassmann
  3. pp. 231-248
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  1. 9. Migration scenarios: Turkey, Egypt and Morocco
  2. Michael Bommes, Simon Fellmer, Friederike Zigmann
  3. pp. 249-288
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  1. List of contributors
  2. pp. 289-296
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Additional Information

ISBN
9789048523177
Related ISBN(s)
9789089646507
MARC Record
OCLC
1112362732
Pages
290
Launched on MUSE
2019-08-18
Language
English
Open Access
Yes

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