By Gabriel Lipshitz
Country at the Move offers unique learn and a complete multidisciplinary research of the spatial features of migration. It considers the spatial result of diametrically adversarial rules: making plans from above to settle the North African and Asian beginners within the Fifties, and making plans through marketplace forces for immigrants from the previous Soviet Union within the Nineteen Nineties. not like different books on immigration, Country at the Move additionally analyzes inner migration inside of Israel, that is an consequence of the neighborhood disparities produced through immigration. furthermore, it compares the empirical findings in Israel with foreign traits, and its research can function a beginning for environment spatial immigration coverage.
Audience: Researchers focusing on inhabitants geography, migration, and local improvement; college scholars on all degrees who're taking classes in those matters; and best officers in govt ministries that care for immigration.
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However, this policy was not successful in most of the countries that tried it. Immigration to Western European countries actually increased during this period (Brochmann 1993). The immigrants found ways of circumventing the entry restrictions. As Brochmann writes (p. " Another factor that makes control of immigration to Europe difficult is the Maastricht Treaty, which turns Europe into a free-trade zone with no passport control at the borders. This makes it difficult to stem the flow of immigrants from one country to another and complicates the stringent policy measures that various countries want to use with regard to immigration.
It was repealed in 1991 due to criticism and pressure from minorities. Since the 1970s European migration policies have been based on the premise that immigration can be controlled. After the recession of the 1970s and the oil crisis that followed, all Western European countries declared an "immigration stop" policya meticulous filtering of immigrants and granting of entry permits only to specific categories of people with needed occupations. However, this policy was not successful in most of the countries that tried it.
Until 1961 migration from Turkey to Germany proceeded at a slow pace. In that year-when there were about 4,000 Turks in West Germany-the two countries signed a labor-recruitment accord beneficial to both. West Germany, which was at the peak of economic prosperity, needed working hands, inter alia because the closure of the border with East Germany had halted the flow of migrants to the western side. In contrast, Turkey, following the assumption of power by a military regime in 1960, was contending with severe economic problems and worsening unemployment.