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Research area Migration Policy


Completed research projects


Participatory Immigration Policy Making and Harmonization based on Collaborative Web2.0 Technologies

Collaboration between various stakeholders including politicians and decision makers, but also citizens and the civil society, is essential for an EU-wide harmonisation of immigration policies. ImmigrationPolicy2.0 provides and pilots ICT infrastructures, enabling the identification, modelling, analysis, visualisation, monitoring and harmonisation of diverse policies and viewpoints.

Funding: Commission of the European Union / DG Information Society and Media
Completion: 31.08.2013
Researchers: Wolfgang Bosswick, Verena Krobisch, Kira Svetlova


Brain Gain? Patterns of immigration and career of foreign leading researchers in Bavaria

The efms was a member of the Bavarian research association "Migration und Wissen (ForMig)". In its empirical research project "Brain Gain?" the institute analysed the patterns of immigration and career as well as the working conditions of foreign leading researchers in Bavaria.

Funding: Bayerisches Staatsministerium für Wissenschaft, Forschung und Kunst
Completion: 31.12.2012
Project manager: Prof. Dr. Friedrich Heckmann
Researcher: Edda Currle
Publication:
Edda Currle: Mobilität von Wissenschaftlern nach Deutschland: ein aktuelles Thema für die Migrationsforschung. In: Bischof, Anna; Busse, Miriam; Currle, Edda; Lochner, Susanne; Ungruhe, Christian (Hrsg.): Migration und Teilhabe auf dem Arbeitsmarkt: Genutzte Potenziale oder verschwendete Ressourcen? Arbeitspapiere aus der Verbundforschung. Nummer 2 - September 2012. Forschungsverbund Migration und Wissen ForMig, München 2012, S. 73-100
Edda Currle: Migranten auf dem deutschen Arbeitsmarkt: Chancen und Potenziale, Herausforderungen und Hindernisse. In: Bischof, Anna; Busse, Miriam; Currle, Edda; Lochner, Susanne; Ungruhe, Christian (Hrsg.): Migration und Teilhabe auf dem Arbeitsmarkt: Genutzte Potenziale oder verschwendete Ressourcen? Arbeitspapiere aus der Verbundforschung. Nummer 2 - September 2012. Forschungsverbund Migration und Wissen ForMig, München 2012, S. 5-7 (zusammen mit Anna Bischof)
Edda Currle: Focus group discussions in migration research. In: Innovating Qualitative Research: New Directions in Migration. Arbeitspapiere aus der Verbundforschung. Nummer 1 - September 2011. Forschungsverbund Migration und Wissen ForMig, Munich 2011


The enlarged EU and Ukraine: migration-policy challenges concerning the new eastern border of the EU

Together with the Osteuropa-Institut in Munich, the efms worked in the forost research association (Forschungsverbund Ost- und Südeuropa) on a research project on the current migration situation and migration policy in Ukraine.

Funding: forost
Completion: 31.12.2007
Project manager: Prof. Friedrich Heckmann
Researcher: Dr. Barbara Dietz, Osteuropa-Institut Munich


Europeanisation of national migration policy - a study on changes in governing in Europe

This project analysed the strategies developed by EU member states to deal with international migration movements. It focused mainly on the question as to how the conditions of national policies are changed in the context of multilateral cooperation in the policy field of migration issues. The objective of the study was to contribute to the research into changes in governing in Europe. The hypothesis of the study is: transnational social processes, such as migratory movements, confront the closely interconnected EU member states with challenges concerning their ability to solve problems: dealing with these challenges leads to changes in governing even in core areas of nation-state sovereignty. The following questions structured the study: first, the motives are sought which have resulted in inter-state agreements to cooperate in migration-relevant matters. Then the cooperation was examined from a longitudinal perspective. What type of cooperation was agreed and how did it change in the course of time? Finally the question was raised as to whether solving problems at transnational level is compatible with democratic requirements.

Funding: Stiftung Bevölkerung, Migration und Umwelt
Completed: 30.9.1999
Researcher: Verónica Tomei
Publication: Forum Migration 6. Verónica Tomei: Europäisierung nationaler Migrationspolitik. Eine Studie zur Veränderung von Regieren in Europa. Lucius & Lucius, Stuttgart 2001 (German)


European migration policy

This project analysed the cooperation of the EU member states in the area of migration policy "above" the level of the nation states, and the formation of a new level of policy formulation with the nation states of the EU. The project also examined the significance of migration policy for the difficulties and conflicts of the European unification process.

Funding: Stiftung Bevölkerung, Migration, Umwelt
Completed: June 1999
Researcher: Verónica Tomei

Publications:
Forum Migration 2. Friedrich Heckmann; Verónica Tomei: Freizügigkeit in Europa. Migrations- und europapolitische Aspekte des Schengener Vertrages. Europa Union Verlag, Bonn 1996 (German)
Forum Migration 3. Verónica Tomei: Europäische Migrationspolitik zwischen Kooperationszwang und Souveränitätsansprüchen. Europa Union Verlag, Bonn 1997 (German)


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