Integration of Migrants into the Labour Market in Europe: National, Organizational and Individual Perspectives Vol: 25

Sylwia Przytuła
Wroclaw University of Economics, Poland

Łukasz Sułkowski
Jagiellonian University, Poland


Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781839099052
Published:
26 Nov 2020
Publisher:
Emerald Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
232 pages - 165 x 240mm
Series:
Advanced Series in Management
This volume of Advanced Series in Management offers cutting-edge research into international migration in Europe.

Living and working in a host country is challenging both for the host country (for its institutions, organizations and local people) as well as for the incoming migrants. Therefore, integration activities are essential for easing the transition. The purpose of this book is to examine various practices of integrating migrants in European countries from national, organizational and individual perspectives.

This publication will be valuable to researchers in the field, as well as for entrepreneurs, international corporations employing from abroad, trainers preparing employees to work in multicultural teams, as well as for investors who plan to expand their business into foreign markets.
Part 1: INTEGRATING MIGRANTS IN EUROPE
Chapter 1. Multiple Faces of the Migration Crisis; Patrycja Matusz, Eirini Aivaliotou, and Sylwia Przytuła
Chapter 2. Not in my backyard: Immigrants between Tolerance and Indifference; Slawomir Magala
Chapter 3. Integrating Migrants: Macro, Meso and Micro perspective; Sylwia Przytuła and Patrycja Matusz
Part 2: INTEGRATION OF MIIGRANTS FROM MACRO PERSPECTIVE
Chapter 4. Macro perspective of integrating migrants in Poland; Anna Maria Migdał, Łukasz Sułkowski, and Aleksandra Zając.
Chapter 5. Integration of migrants in the Italian labour market; Corrado Bonifazi, Daniele De Rocchi, and Giacomo Panzeri
Chapter 6. Integration of migrants in Ukraine; Liubov Halkiv and Lyubov Prokopyshyn-Rashkevych
Part 3: INTEGRATING MIGRANTS INTO THE LABOUR MARKET - ORGANIZATIONS’ PERSPECTIVE
Chapter 7. The integration of migrants and refugees in the Spanish labour market from an organizational perspective; Alberto Ares Mateos, Cecilia Estrada-Villaseñor, and Juan Iglesias
Chapter 8. Integration and adaption policy towards migrants in Germany: Lessons from unexpected experiences; Harald Sander and Sylvia Heuchemer
Chapter 9. Incorporation of immigrants into the Czech labour market: policies, practices, barriers, and future challenges of integration; Yana Leontiyeva
Part 4: INTEGRATION IN HOST COUNTRY-INDIVIDUAL PERSPECTIVE OF MIGRANTS AND LOCALS PERSPECTIVE 
Chapter 10. Integrating migrants through adult language programmes: a comparative case study of four European countries; Maria Brown, Maria Gravani, Bonnie Slade, and Larissa Jogi
Chapter 11. Assessing the level of immigrant integration in Finland; Jagat Kunwar
Chapter 12. Social Innovation for refugees and migrants; Gillberto Marzano
Sylwia Przytuła is a Professor based at Wroclaw University of Economics and Business. Her research and scientific interests centre on expatriation, global mobility, international HRM and cross-cultural management.
Łukasz Sułkowski is a Professor of economics and humanities at Jagiellonian University in Poland and Clark University, USA. His main research interests include HEI's and public management, critical management studies, development of human resources, intercultural management, and family entrepreneurship.
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