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Circular Migration between Europe and its NeighbourhoodChoice or Necessity?$
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Anna Triandafyllidou

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780199674510

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2013

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199674510.001.0001

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Albanian Circular Migration in Greece: Beyond the State?

Albanian Circular Migration in Greece: Beyond the State?

(p.68) Chapter 4 Albanian Circular Migration in Greece: Beyond the State?
Circular Migration between Europe and its Neighbourhood

Thanos Maroukis

Eda Gemi

Oxford University Press

Albanians have been moving back and forth between Greece and their home country throughout the last two decades. Doing so, often, was part of different migration plans. Nowadays, in the context of the economic crisis and the different crossroads that these two countries stand before the EU, the options of return and circular migration become all the more pertinent in the agenda of the Albanian migrant household. This paper brings up the diversity of the circular patterns of mobility of the Albanian migrants, and discusses the scope of spontaneous vs state-managed forms of circularity with a view to understanding the prospects of this circularity for the parties involved (the migrant, the employer, the host country and the country of origin).

Keywords:   Albania, Greece, circular migration, return migration, settlement, integration and reintegration policies

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