Patterns of Migration in Central Europe

by Claire Wallace, Dariusz Stola

Patterns of Migration in Central Europe brings together new material on migration in the region: Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia. In the last ten years, these countries have changed from being countries of emigration to countries of immigration. As the next candidates for membership to the European Union, migration has become a particularly important topic for these countries. This book is designed as a key text for those interested in the development of the region and in European migration more generally.

  • Palgrave Macmillan; May 2001
  • ISBN: 9780333985519
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  • Title: Patterns of Migration in Central Europe
  • Author: Claire Wallace (ed.); Dariusz Stola (ed.)
  • Imprint: Palgrave Macmillan

In The Press

' essential starting point for individuals interested in any type of migration into and out of Poland, Hungary, the Czech Republic and Slovakia, [and] their relationships with their immediate neighbours, especially Austria, Germany and the Ukraine. The particular strengths of this volume lie in the tightness of its structure, the way it holds together as an edited book and the wealth of factual information it provides.' - Panikos Panayi, Immigrants and Minorities

About The Author

CLAIRE WALLACE is a Researcher at the Institute for Advanced Studies, Vienna, and also Professor of Social Research at the University of Derby, UK. She is the author of the IOM study Migration Potential in Central and Eastern Europe and a number of articles on migration, including a symposium issue of the International Journal for Urban and Regional Research.

DARIUSZ STOLA is Historian at the Institute for Political Studies, Polish Academy of Sciences. He is also a Research Fellow at the Institute for Social Studies, Warsaw University. His book Nadzieja zagada (Hope and the Holocaust) earned several awards.