The Perspectives of Implementation in Migration Policies: An Introduction
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AbstractWhile most literature and public debate on migration policies focuses on law- and policy-making, this book offers a different point of view, that is, a focus on what happens when the laws and policies are implemented. We start from the understanding that lower levels of bureaucracy – those that are charged with applying the policy on an everyday basis – have specific aims, constraints, organizations, and routines that can significantly influence the outcome of a policy.
CitationInfantino, F., & Sredanovic, D. (2022). The perspectives of implementation in migration policies: An introduction. In F. Infantino & D. Sredanovic (Eds.) Migration control in practice: Before and within the borders of the state (pp. 9-28). Éditions de l'Université de Bruxelles.
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