Thursday, February 2, 2017

Bruno, Palombino, & Amoroso: Migration and Development: Some Reflections on Current Legal Questions

Giovanni Carlo Bruno (Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche), Fulvio Maria Palombino (Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II - Law), & Daniele Amoroso (Università degli Studi di Cagliari - Law) have published Migration and Development: Some Reflections on Current Legal Questions (CNR edizioni 2016). Contents include:
  • Giovanni Carlo Bruno, Fulvio Maria Palombino, & Daniele Amoroso, Preface
  • Francesca Galgano, Should Europe Be Looking into Turkey’s Byzantine Past to Discover Its Own Future?
  • Francesco Luigi Gatta, The EU Development Policy and Its Impact on Migration
  • Stefano Montaldo, Regular Migrants’ Integration between European Law and National Legal Orders: a Key Condition for Individual and Social Development
  • Laura Messina, Migration and Development: The Case of People Displaced by Development and States’ Obligation to Respect Their Human Rights
  • Fulvia Staiano, The Undesirable Worker Fiction: Demand-Based Labour Migration Schemes and Migrant Workers’ Socio-Economic Rights
  • Beatrice Gornati, Limits to the Implementation of International Law Instruments on Labour Migration: a Focus on ILO’s Praxis
  • Salvatore Fabio Nicolosi, The “Asylum Payers”: Questioning the Asylum Seekers’ Obligation to Contribute to the Costs of Their Reception under International and European Union Law
  • Elena Gualco, Unaccompanied Minors Seeking for Protection in the European Union: Will a Fair and Adequate Asylum System Ever See the Light?
  • Alessandro Rosanò, Something Old, Something New, Something Balanced, Something Blue: the EU Blue Card Directive, Brain drain, and the Economic Development of the EU and the Sending Countries
  • Martina Guidi, More Development of Third States and Less Migration towards the EU Member States: Is This a New Dual Aim of the EU Partnership and Cooperation Agreements?