Social reproduction, economic growth, and environmental sustainability in the era of restrictive immigration and integration policies The role of the 2015 restrictive Swedish Temporary Immigration Policy (TIP)

Published in: Google Books > Political Science > environmental sustainability | Published on 14/Jan/2020 04:14

23 pages , GRIN Verlag , 2019-10-30
Academic Paper from the year 2019 in the subject Politics - International Politics - Topic: Miscellaneous, grade: B, Lund University (Department of Political Science), course: Social Policy and Economic Performance, language: English, abstract: The 2015 Swedish restrictive TIP on the limitation to permanent residence permit and family reunification has gained much critics and applauds. Critisms on health, social integration, and labour market participation of actual focus groups, and applauds on its economic boost in terms of reducing strains on the welfare system and number of refugees. The economic and social significances of the policy are evident. Therefore, looking at it through the lens of social reproduction and economic production, and integrating the environment aspect will offer extended insights on the policy issue at hand. However, there is limited research on the 2015 temporary restrictive immigration policies as a form of social integration policy in relation to how they address or not social reproduction and economic production, and the environment thus making it an interesting field to study. This paperwork fills up the gap and introduce immigration and integration as an area of study in social policy and economic performance. Also, focusing on social reproduction in relation to restrictive immigration and integration policy, consents focus and understandings on the question of refugees making, maintenance, production and reproduction abilities within the atmosphere of restrictive immigration and integration policy. Moreover, the paper will contribute with insights on how restrictive immigration and integration policies, as a certain form of social policy, can address or not refugees and immigrant’s social reproduction, boost or not boost economic growth, and impact the environment

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