Luicy Pedroza / Pau Palop García

The Grey Area between Nationality and Citizenship: An Analysis of External Citizenship Policies

Latin America and the Caribbean Citizenship Studies | 2017


  • Journal

    Latin America and the Caribbean Citizenship Studies

    Volume

    21

    Number

    5

    Pages

    587-605

    Dataset | 2017

    Emigrant Policies Index (EMIX) Dataset

    Over the last decades states of origin have increasingly adopted policies to keep political, economic or political ties with their emigrants (i.e. non-resident citizens). These emigrant policies vary…

    https://doi.org/10.7802/1499

    Research Project | 01/01/2014 - 01/12/2017

    Polities beyond Borders. The New Dynamics of Emigrant Politics and Policies in Latin America

    Nation-states are no longer contained by their borders. In times of mass migration and dense transnational networks, states of origin reach out to their citizens abroad in wholly new ways. While the most popular emigrant policies include external voting and channels so that emigrants can send remittances to their states of origin, this project documented -for the first time ever for an entire world region- that emigrant policies also include social services (e.g. health and education), obligations, and the institutional and symbolic inclusion of emigrants.
    DFG, 2014-2017

    Jean-Michel Lafleur

    Prof. Dr. Günther Maihold

    Prof. Dr. Marco Martiniello

    Prof. em. Dr. Hans-Jürgen Puhle

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