List of Tables List of Figures Acknowledgements Notes on the Contributors Introduction: Citizenship, Immigration and Nationality: Towards a Convergence in Europe? R.Hansen & P.Weil Citizenship Policy in Germany: The Case of Ethnicity over Residence?; S.Green The History of French Nationality: A Lesson for Europe; P.Weil From Subjects to Citizens: Immigration and Nationality in the United Kingdom; R.Hansen Nationality Law and International Migration: The Italian Case; F.Pastore Migration and Spanish Nationality Law; F.Fuentes Immigration, Immigrants and Nationality Law in the Netherlands 1945-1998; K.Groenendijk & E.Heijs Nationality Law in Greece; C.L.Rozakis Nationality Law in Belgium; M.Lienard-Ligny Migratory Movements and the Law of Nationality in Portugal During the Last Half-Century; R.Ramos Nationality Law in Scandinavia, Denmark, Finland and Sweden; E.Ersboll Nationality Law and Naturalisation in Austria; R.Bauboeck & D.Cinar Irish Nationality Law; C.Symmons Index
RAINER BAUBOCK Assistant Professor, Department of Political Science, Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna DILEK CINAR Research Fellow, European Centre for Social Welfare Policy and Research, Vienna EVA ERSBOLL Research Fellow, Danish Centre for Human Rights FRANCISCO JAVIER MORENO FUENTES Doctoral Candidate, Juan March Institute, Madrid SIMON GREEN Lecturer in European Studies, University of Portsmouth KEES GROENENDIJK Professor of Sociology of Law, University of Nijmegen MONIQUE LIAeNARD-LIGNY Faculty of Law, University of Liege ERIC HEIJS Aliens Chamber, District Court of Hague FERRUCCIO PASTORE Research Fellow, CESPI, Rome RUI MANUEL MOURA RAMOS Judge, Cours de Premiere Instance des Communaute Europeens, Luxembourg CHRISTOS L. ROZANKIS Vice President, European Court of Human Rights, Strasbourg CLIVE R. SYMMONS Professor Emeritus, School of Law, Trinity College, Dublin
RANDALL HANSEN is a Lecturer in Politics at Queen Mary and
Westfield College, University of London. His research focuses on
Commonwealth and colonial immigration, the politics of nationality
and asylum policy. He is author of Citizenship and Immigration
in Postwar Britain.
PATRICK WEIL is Director of Research at CNRS, La Sorbonne, Paris.