This chapter draws together the results of the preliminary analysis on the migration legislation of Italy, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Hungary, Greece and Norway. Considered together, and examined thorough the lens of the three conceptions of justice examined above, the case studies point out the tensions and potential contradictions existing both between the different demands of justice and, empirically, within several components of the EU Migration System of Governance (EUMSG).

Fassi, E., Grappi, G., Zotti, A., National case studies: Perspectives of justice and implications for the EUMSG, in Fassi, E., Lucarelli, S. (ed.), The European Migration System and Global Justice, ARENA Centre for European Studies, Oslo 2017: 139- 146 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/99237]

National case studies: Perspectives of justice and implications for the EUMSG

Fassi, Enrico;Zotti, Antonio
2017

Abstract

This chapter draws together the results of the preliminary analysis on the migration legislation of Italy, France, Germany, the United Kingdom, Hungary, Greece and Norway. Considered together, and examined thorough the lens of the three conceptions of justice examined above, the case studies point out the tensions and potential contradictions existing both between the different demands of justice and, empirically, within several components of the EU Migration System of Governance (EUMSG).
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The European Migration System and Global Justice
978-82-8362-010-8
ARENA Centre for European Studies
Fassi, E., Grappi, G., Zotti, A., National case studies: Perspectives of justice and implications for the EUMSG, in Fassi, E., Lucarelli, S. (ed.), The European Migration System and Global Justice, ARENA Centre for European Studies, Oslo 2017: 139- 146 [http://hdl.handle.net/10807/99237]
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