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    Format: Lit. S. 269-271
    ISSN: 0021-9886
    Content: Since the beginning of the 1980s, migration and asylum policy in Europe has increasingly been elaborated in supranational forums and implemented by transnational actors. I argue that a venue-shopping framework is best suited to account for the timing, form and content of European co-operation in this area. The venues less amenable to restrictive migration control policy are national high courts, other ministries and migrant-aid organizations. Building upon pre-existing policy settings and developing new policy frames, governments have circumvented national constraints on migration control by creating transnational co-operation mechanisms dominated by law and order officials, with EU institutions playing a minor role. European trans-governmental working groups have avoided judicial scrutiny, eliminated other national adversaries and enlisted the help of transnational actors such as transit countries and carriers. (Journal of Common Market Studies / FUB)
    In: Journal of common market studies, Oxford : Wiley-Blackwell, 1962, 38(2000), 2, Seite 251-271, 0021-9886
    Language: English
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