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50 Comp. Pol. Stud. 3 (2017)

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                                                   Comparative Political Studies
                                                        2017, Vol. 50(l) 3-13
A   New      Agenda for                                @ The Author(s) 2016
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                                                DOI: 10.1177/0010414016666864
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Marc   Helbling2 and Ines Michalowski'




Abstract
Given the widespread interest in political solutions to the current problems
associated with immigration, we need to have an accurate understanding
of existing policies in a cross-national perspective. To explain the coming
into being and effectiveness of these policies, researchers have recently
started to quantify immigration and citizenship policies and built databases
across time and a large number  of countries. These indices are likely to
reconnect  political science research with a field from which it has long
been disconnected in terms of theories and methodology-the  sub-field of
migration and citizenship research. This special issue brings together scholars
from North  America and Europe  who have been at the forefront of index-
building and have started to employ these indices in empirical research.


Keywords
migration, policy indices, citizenship




In political science, research on migration and citizenship has become a rele-
vant topic only recently, especially when compared with sociology, history, or


'WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Germany
2University of Bamberg, Germany
Corresponding Author:
Marc Helbling, WZB Berlin Social Science Center, Reichpietschufer 50, 10785 Berlin,
Germany.
Email: marc.helbling@wzb.eu

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