The Regional Dynamics of Integration and Citizenship Regulation: An International Comparative Perspective (IP19)
Project responsable Anita Manatschal
Project partner Verena Wisthaler
Christina Zuber
Jean Thomas Arrighi De Casanova
Abstract Regional governments compete with national and supranational actors for ownership of the regulation of immigration, asylum, and integration. Regions, Bundesländer, cantons and provinces as well as US States increasingly set their own, distinctive, policy priorities. This might lead to conflicts between governmental levels, and ultimately affects migrantsí lives. This project provides the first systematic, internationally comparative analysis of the drivers and effects of regional immigrant integration policies in multi-level systems across the world.
Keywords regional integration policy, Europe, North America, policy analysis
Type of project Fundamental research project
Research area Migration policy
Method of financing FNS (NCCR on the move)
Status Completed
Start of project 5-2017
End of project 5-2019
Overall budget 95000
Contact Anita Manatschal