the programmes aim of developing new and innovative competence in a composite

The programmes aim of developing new and innovative

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the programme’s aim of developing new and innovative competence in a composite field merging perspectives from migration and ethnic studies, worklife and labour market studies, studies of social welfare and citizenship, has been successfully accomplished. These activities have made an offprint in series of academic and other publications, as is accounted for in appendix to Section II. CWW’s e-based publication series THEMES on Ethnic Studies has been an outlet for the prepublication of working papers . 9 Most research projects have been con- ducted in cooperation between researchers at LiU and NIWL, with PhD students taking active part in this coop- eration. Below we record the activities and results of the CWW during 2000-06, focusing consecutively on achievements within its three constituent subthematic fields. Subthematic programme I: Citizenship, Immigration and the Welfare State in the European Union This sub-programme has developed several larger long- term projects focusing on work, welfare and citizenship with a comparative perspective on the differential ways in which still relatively specific political systems and welfare and labour market regimes incorporate ethnic minorities and new migrant groups. Floya Anthias, Oxford Brookes University, Research director Ellie Vasta, COMPAS, Oxford University, Professor Ursula Apitsch, Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität Frankfurt, Professor Nira Yuval-Davis, University of East London, Professor Stephen Castles, Oxford University, Professors Jan Rath and Robert Closterman, University of Amsterdam, Professor Rainer Bauböck, Austrian Academy of Sciences, Professor Ann Phoenix Open University, Professor Emeritus John Rex, Warwick University, Professor Giovana Campani, University of Florence, Professor Grete Brochmann, Institute for Social Research Oslo, Professor Håkan Wiberg, Danish Institute for International Studies, Professor Thomas Boje, Roskilde Universitetscenter. 8 ,Magnus Dahlstedt’, Josefina Syssner, Alireza Bethoui, Christina Johansson, Jens.Sörensen, A Bethoui/oct.06, 3 to be finalized 08 C. Lundqvist, R. Andersson, E. Narvselius 9
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A European Dilemma: Professor Carl-Ulrik Schierup, project director, associate professor Peo Hansen (LiU/NIWL) This project is a part of a cooperation between several researchers (Schierup, Hansen and Castles) as well as between LiU/NIWL and Oxford University. It has resulted in several books, one presented below and two (Hansen) on the way to be finalized (Swedish and USA publishing contract signed) summarized under the research issue EU migration policy . Migration, Citizenship and the European welfare state (Schierup, Hansen and Castles, Oxford University Press 2005) provides a major new examination of the current dilemmas of liberal anti-racist policies in European socie- ties, linking two discourses that are normally quite sepa- rate in social science: immigration and ethnic relations research on the one hand, and the political economy of the welfare state on the other. The authors rephrase
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