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The State of the European Union, 6Law, Politics, and Society$
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Tanja A. Börzel and Rachel A. Cichowski

Print publication date: 2003

Print ISBN-13: 9780199257409

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2004

DOI: 10.1093/019925740X.001.0001

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EU Immigration Policy: From Intergovernmentalism to Reluctant Harmonizatio n

EU Immigration Policy: From Intergovernmentalism to Reluctant Harmonizatio n

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(p.291) 14 EU Immigration Policy: From Intergovernmentalism to Reluctant Harmonization
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The State of the European Union, 6
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Terri Givens

Adam Luedtke

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/019925740X.003.0014

Focusses on EU immigration policy. While providing an overview of the current status of EU immigration policy, Givens and Luedtke also examine the various national‐level factors from party politics to citizen action that can influence the direction and shape of new EU laws. The analysis reveals that harmonization is more difficult in areas of immigration policy that are highly politicized at the national level. After an introduction, the second section of the chapter proposes a model of how EU immigration policy is harmonized, and how this harmonization can be blocked or restricted. The third section traces the history of EU immigration policy harmonization, focussing on European Court of Justice case law in respect of Third‐country nationals, and the fourth concludes.

Keywords:   case law, EU law, EU policy, European Court of Justice, EU, harmonization, history, immigration model, immigration policy, Third‐country nationals

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