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Title Migrants and expats : the Swiss migration and mobility nexus / edited by Ilka Steiner, Philippe Wanner
Imprint Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2019
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Descript 1 online resource (xviii, 328 pages) : illustrations, digital ; 24 cm
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Series IMISCOE research series, 2364-4087
IMISCOE research series
Note Preface: Rosita Fibbi -- Acknowledgements -- Table of contents -- Contributors -- Part I. Introduction: Chapter 1 Today's Migration-Mobility Nexus in Switzerland: Gianni D'Amato, Philippe Wanner and Ilka Steiner -- Chapter 2 Surveying Migrants in Europe. Experiences of the Swiss Migration-Mobility Survey: Ilka Steiner and Aljoscha Landos -- Part II. Migratory Process and Arrival in Switzerland: -- Chapter 3 Who Receives more Help? The Role of Employer Support in Migration Processes: Laure Sandoz and Fabian Santi -- Chapter 4 Who Are the Serial Movers? Sociodemographic Profiles and Reasons to Migrate to Switzerland Among Multiple International Migrants: Jonathan Zufferey -- Part III. Labour Market Participation: Chapter 5Integration of Recently Arrived Migrants in the Swiss Labour Market - Do the Reasons for Migration Matter?: Philippe Wanner -- Chapter 6 Employment Trajectories of Recent Immigrants in Switzerland: Elena Vidal-Coso -- Chapter 7 Does the Recognition of Foreign Credentials Decrease the Risk for Immigrants of Being Mismatched in Education or Skills?: Marco Pecoraro and Philippe Wanner -- Part IV. Social Life and Political Participation: -- Chapter 8 Immigrants' Feelings of Attachment to Switzerland: Does the Cantonal Context Matter?: Salomon Bennour and Anita Manatschal -- Chapter 9 Who Feels Disadvantaged? Reporting Discrimination in Surveys: Daniel Auer and Didier Ruedin -- Chapter 10 Skill Levels as a Political Resource: Political Practices of Recent Migrants in Switzerland: Metka Hercog -- Part V. Transnational Life and Future Migratory Intentions: -- Chapter 11 How Transnational are Migrants in Switzerland? An Analysis of the Migration-Mobility- Transnationality Nexus: Eric Crettaz and Janine Dahinden -- Chapter 12 Immigrants' Intentions - Leaning Towards Remigration or Naturalization?" Ilka Steiner -- Part VI. Conclusions : -- Chapter 13 Conclusions: Philippe Wanner and Ilka Steiner
Open access
This open access book provides insight on current patterns of migration in Switzerland, which fall along a continuum from long-term and permanent to more temporary and fluid. These patterns are shaped by the interplay of legal norms, economic drivers and societal factors. The various dimensions of this Migration-Mobility Nexus are investigated by means of newly collected survey data: the Migration-Mobility Survey. The book covers different aspects of life in the host country, including the family dimension, the labour market and political participation as well as social integration. The book also takes into account the chronological dimension of migration by considering the migrants' arrival, their stay, and their expectations regarding return. Through applying conclusions drawn from the Swiss context to the migration literature on other European and high-income countries, this book contributes to new knowledge on current migration processes in high-income countries. As such it will be a valuable reference work to scholars and students in migration, social scientists and policy makers
Host Item Springer eBooks
Subject Switzerland -- Emigration and immigration
Migration
Population Economics
Sociology, general
Alt Author Steiner, Ilka, editor
Wanner, Philippe, editor
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