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New Migration Realities
Author: Maeve Glavey
Date:05 October 2017
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Reform or Reject?
Author: Policy Network and Open Britain
Date:07 March 2017
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Can the EU Spend Better?
Author: Renaud Thillaye
Date:14 December 2016
A new report asking how the EU achieve smarter and more strategic spending
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The Risk of Brexit
Author: Roger Liddle
Date:05 November 2015
Roger Liddle assesses the impact of a series of miscalculated gambles that leaves Britain teetering on the edge of an exit from the European Union
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Europe's Immigration Challenge
Author: Elena Jurado & Grete Brochmann (eds)
Date:21 February 2013
In this new Policy Network book, edited by Elena Jurado & Grete Brochmann, leading immigration experts present a comprehensive cross-comparative study which sheds light on how  work, welfare and immigration policies can be developed in a more integrated fashion.

Immigration, Work and Welfare
Author: Elena Jurado, Grete Brochmann & Jon Erik Dølvik
Date:20 February 2013
This new Policy Network paper is drawn from the introduction of Europe's Immigration Challenge, edited by Elena Jurado & Grete Brochmann. In the book leading immigration experts present a comprehensive cross-comparative study which sheds light on how  work, welfare and immigration policies can be developed in a more integrated fashion.
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After the Third Way
Author: Olaf Cramme & Patrick Diamond (eds)
Date:02 April 2012
The political left believed the crisis of neoliberalism would play into its hands. The opposite has proved to be the case. No new variety of capitalism has emerged to fill the void and left-of-centre parties have lost a devastating run of European elections.
Exploring the cultural challenges to social democracy
Author: The Amsterdam Process
Date:16 March 2011
Popular concerns over culture, migration and identity are of considerable importance to the future of European social democracy; their neglect marks a significant weakness and vulnerability.This substantial new Amsterdam Process publication confronts the choices and dilemmas facing centre-left parties.
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Migration and the rise of the radical right
Author: Montserrat Guibernau
Date:09 March 2010

In recent years, the popularity of new radical right-wing parties with anti-immigrant platforms has increased across Europe. This paper outlines the complex set of factors that account for this trend and offers a critical evaluation of the way mainstream parties are responding. 

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Decentralising integration policies
Author: Rinus Penninx
Date:26 November 2009

As cities and regions across Europe struggle to manage the integration challenges posed by immigration, a growing number of people are looking to decentralisation for answers. This paper argues that increasing the financial and decision-making power of local authorities is a necessary precondition for formulating and implementing successful integration policies, but it is not a panacea. 

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