DescriptionIP41_EMIGRATION: A European Desert? The Territorial Economics and Politics of Emigration in Crisis Regions
PIs: Jean-Thomas Arrighi (Institute of History, University of Neuchâtel), Sean Mueller (Institute of Political Studies, University of Lausanne), Olivier Crevoisier (Institute of Sociology, University of Neuchâtel).
Dejan Stjepanovic's contribution
From federal to EU border: Shifting Modalities of migration between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Croatia since the 1980s
Migration between the territories of today’s Bosnia and Herzegovina and the Republic of Croatia is of a longue durée, most commonly in the northwestward direction. The study focuses on the changing nature of borders in three critical periods of the last 40 years, the federal (regional) borders within Yugoslavia in the 1980s, state borders in the 1990s and 2000s, and the EU external border currently, and the effect on migration. The study assesses migration patterns and related state policies, including economic migration, refugees, and co-ethnic migration within self-determination and citizenship constellations of the post-Yugoslav space.
|Period||1 Nov 2022 → 31 Jan 2023|
|Degree of Recognition||International|