Part I. Introduction
1. The New Realities of European Migration Management, What Does It Mean for Insiders and Outsiders?
Jenna Hennebry, Margaret Walton-Roberts
2. Anti-Immigrant Politics Along with Institutional Incorporation?
Part II. Working Your Way In: Workers and Entry into EU Economic Space
3. Why Is the European Union’s Freedom of Labour Movement Not Freely Given?
4. European Education Regionalization and Its Influence on the Global Migration of Nurses
5. From “Khadema” to “Zemegria”: Morocco as a “Migration Hub” for the EU
Jenna Hennebry, Kathryn Kopinak, Rosa Mª Soriano Miras, Antonio Trinidad Requena, Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo
Part III. The Asylum Seekers, Migrants, and the Moving Border
6. The Spatial Logics of Migration Governance Along the Southern Frontier of the European Union
Alison Mountz, Ronja Kempin
7. The Impact of European Union Migration Policies on Irregular Migration in Sub-Saharan Africa
8. The New Europe: Freedom Against Aliens and Minorities
Part IV. Reworking Citizenship and Integration
9. Migration and Integration Regimes and Substantial Citizenships in the EU
Shahamak Rezaei, Marco Goli, Ana Ribeiro, Johannes Henriksen
10. Exhibiting Migration Stories in Germany: Histories, Heritage, Contact Zones and Immigration Country
Part V. Circularity and Migration Management
11. Out of the Labour Market: Intra-EU Return and Retirement Migration
12. The European Neighborhood Policy and Its Capacity to Manage Mobility and Migration
13. Questioning Migration in the Czech Republic Before the 2009 Economic Crisis
14. The Production of a Safe Neighborhood and the Disciplining of International Mobility