Migrations and Immigrations in Europe

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Migrations and Immigrations in Europe
2014/2015
FICHE DE COURS
COURSE SYLLABUS
Intitulé du cours / course title : Migrations and immigrations in Europe
Enseignant / teacher : Claire NAIDITCH
Nombre d’heures / hours : 16h
 Licence 1
X Semestre 1
X Licence 2
 Semestre 2
 Licence 3
Résumé (description)
All EU Member States are confronted with international migration. They agreed to
develop a common policy at the European level. The main objective of this common
policy is to better manage migration through a coordinated approach, which takes into
account the economic and demographic situation of the Member States. It aims to
capitalize on the benefits of legal migration and synergies between migration and
development, while fighting against illegal migration and trafficking in human beings.
After analyzing recent migration flows and the European migration policy, the course
will seek to understand the different factors influencing migration and to analyze its
economic impacts.
Plan (content summary)
1. A global picture
2. The European migratory policy in historical perspective
3. The socio-economic determinants of international migration: theory and empirics
4. The economic effects of migration in the host country
5. The economic impacts of migration in the origin country
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Bibliographie (references-readings)
Baldwin, R., et Wyplosz, C. 2009. The Economics of European Integration, third edition.
Mc Graw Hill.
Boswell, Christina. 2003. European Migration Policies in Flux. John Wiley and Sons Ltd.
Diez Guardia, N. and Pichelman, K. 2006. Labour Migration Patterns in Europe: Recent
Trends, Future Challenges. Economic Papers, 256, European Commission.
European Commission, Home Affairs.
http://ec.europa.eu/home-affairs/policies/immigration/immigration_intro_en.htm.
Kicinger, Anna, et Saczuk, Katarzyna. 2004. Migration Policy in the European
Perspective – Development and Future Trends. CEFMR Working Paper 1/2004.
OECD. 2007. Economic Surveys: European Union. Chapter 8 - Removing obstacles to
geographic labour mobility, pp 153-178.
Evaluation (grading)
Contrôle continu
Examen terminal
Type d'épreuve
written
Durée (*)
Semaine du …
(après x heures de cours)
2h
Type d'épreuve : écrit, oral, devoir surveillé (DS), devoir maison (DM), interro, quizz, fiche de
lecture…
Les épreuves se déroulent dans la langue d'enseignement.
Les examens terminaux de déroulent entre le 05/05 et le 17/05/2014 - le planning est fixé par le
service des études.
(*) Indiquer la durée pour un DS ou le délai de distribution et la date limite de restitution pour un
DM.
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