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The Role of the State in Migration Control : The Legitimacy Gap and Moves Towards a Regional Model

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The Role of the State in Migration Control : The Legitimacy Gap and Moves Towards a Regional Model
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The Role of the State in Migration Control
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The Legitimacy Gap and Moves Towards a Regional Model
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Immigration and Asylum Law and Policy in Europe Ser.
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v.40
The Role of the State in Migration Control : The Legitimacy Gap and Moves Towards a Regional Model
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The Role of the State in Migration Control : The Legitimacy Gap and Moves Towards a Regional Model
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  • The Role of the State in Migration Control: The Legitimacy Gap and Moves towardsa Regional Model -- Copyright -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Introduction -- 1 The Concept of the State and Its Justification -- Introduction -- 1 From Social Organisation to Political Organisation -- 2 Justifying Political Power -- 2.1 Constitutionalism -- 2.2 The Social Contract -- 2.3 Democracy -- 2.4 The Nation State -- 2.5 Sovereignty -- 2.5.1 The Origins of the Concept of Sovereignty -- 2.5.2 The Circumscription of the Sovereign State -- 2.5.3 Clarification of the Limited Role of Sovereignty as a Descriptive Term -- 2.6 Hypothetical Consent Theories -- Conclusion -- 2 The Development of State Control of Migration -- Introduction -- 1 Early Migration Control -- 1.1 Britain -- 1.2 America -- 2 The Turning Point to General and Systematic Control -- 2.1 Britain -- 2.2 America -- 3 Continued and Enhanced State Control of Migration -- Conclusion -- 3 Limits on State Control -- Introduction -- 1 International Protection -- 2 Fundamental Rights Regimes -- 2.1 Right to Liberty and Security of the Person -- 2.2 Right to Respect for Private and Family Life -- 2.3 Fair Procedures in Criminal Law -- 2.4 Right to Privacy -- 3 Regional Migration Regimes -- 3.1 Setting the Context: Initial Restrictive Measures of the Intergovernmental Arms -- 3.2 Free Movement of Persons in the European Union -- 3.3 Internal Free Movement -- 3.3.1 Ratione Personae -- 3.3.2 Ratione Materiae -- 3.4 External Free Movement -- 4 Global Free Market Economy -- 4.1 Economic Studies -- 4.1.1 The Crowding-out Effect -- 4.1.2 Increased Investment and Innovation -- 4.1.3 The Substitutability/Complementarity Dichotomy -- 4.2 Economic Pressure from National and International Bodies -- Conclusion -- 4 Defining the Object of Control -- Introduction -- 1 Understanding Migration -- 2 An Economic Approach
  • 2.1 The Assumed Three Principal Economic Determinants -- 2.2 The Principal Assumptions Don't Add up -- 3 The Contribution of Sociology -- 4 The Contribution of Demography: Empirical Data -- 4.1 Problems Inherent in Collecting Migration Data -- 4.2 International Sources of Migration Data -- Conclusion -- 5 The Legitimacy of State Control -- Introduction -- 1 Movement as Distinct from Membership -- 1.1 Various Phases of Migration -- 1.2 Individual Rights of Migrants -- 1.3 Conditions for Naturalisation -- 2 Based on Tradition -- 2.1 Customary International Law -- 2.2 Traditional Internal State Function -- 3 Based on Rationality -- 3.1 Absence of Transparent Rational Justification of State Migration Control Measures -- 3.2 Irrationality -- 3.2.1 Evidence of Irrationality at EU Level -- 3.2.2 Intergovernmental Arms v. Supranational Arms of the EU -- Conclusion -- 6 Obstacles to Legitimising State Control -- Introduction -- 1 Technical Incapacity -- 2 Competing Political Interests -- 2.1 The Association of Immigration with Topical Political Problems -- 2.2 Immigration as a Useful Political Tool -- 3 The Economic Free Market Parallel -- 3.1 State Control in the Economy -- 3.2 A Different Approach to Labour -- 3.3 The Case for Similar Treatment -- Conclusion -- 7 Moving beyond the Status Quo -- Introduction -- 1 At the National Level -- 1.1 Independent Advisory Body -- 1.2 Working with Private Actors -- 1.3 The Role of National Courts -- 2 At the Global Level -- 2.1 Existing Candidates -- 2.2 Theoretical Proposals for a New Global Body -- 3 At the Regional Level -- 3.1 The Advantages of Regional Control in the Example of the European Union -- 3.2 Enlargement -- 3.3 Third Country Agreements: The European Neighbourhood Policy (ENP) -- 3.4 Third Country Agreements beyond the ENP: Bilateralism v. Multilateralism
  • 3.5 Distinguishing EU Foreign Policy from Immigration Policy per se -- 3.6 Moving towards Greater Inter-regional Cooperation -- 3.7 Inter-regional Dispute Resolution -- Conclusion -- Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Index
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