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Stadtflucht [:urban flight] : Multi-level governance of the refugee crisis

Kleibel, Eleonora LU (2017) EUHR18 20171
European Studies
Abstract
The thesis investigates how multi-level governance can explain the actions of urban local authorities in the European refugee crisis between September 2015 to September 2016.
The research is building on the increased role and empowerment of local authorities and the harmonisation of migration policy through Europeanisation. Looking specifically at the role of cities is crucial due to the asserted discrepancy of rural and urban local authorities and the vital role of cities in the management of the refugee crisis.
By using the method of policy process tracing, the aim of the thesis is to understand what mechanisms of multi-level governance are shaping the policy relation of the local, national and European level. This is employed on... (More)
The thesis investigates how multi-level governance can explain the actions of urban local authorities in the European refugee crisis between September 2015 to September 2016.
The research is building on the increased role and empowerment of local authorities and the harmonisation of migration policy through Europeanisation. Looking specifically at the role of cities is crucial due to the asserted discrepancy of rural and urban local authorities and the vital role of cities in the management of the refugee crisis.
By using the method of policy process tracing, the aim of the thesis is to understand what mechanisms of multi-level governance are shaping the policy relation of the local, national and European level. This is employed on three main governance areas of the refugee crisis, namely the provision of basic care for refugees, the management of migration flows and integration efforts. The focus of this thesis is the chosen case study of Vienna in Austria, which sheds light to several insightful mechanisms of multi-level governance during the refugee crisis.

The thesis investigates how multi-level governance can explain the actions of urban local authorities in the European refugee crisis between September 2015 to September 2016.
The research is building on the increased role and empowerment of local authorities and the harmonisation of migration policy through Europeanisation. Looking specifically at the role of cities is crucial due to the asserted discrepancy of rural and urban local authorities and the vital role of cities in the management of the refugee crisis.
By using the method of policy process tracing, the aim of the thesis is to understand what mechanisms of multi-level governance are shaping the policy relation of the local, national and European level. This is employed on three main governance areas of the refugee crisis, namely the provision of basic care for refugees, the management of migration flows and integration efforts. The focus of this thesis is the chosen case study of Vienna in Austria, which sheds light to several insightful mechanisms of multi-level governance during the refugee crisis. (Less)
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author
Kleibel, Eleonora LU
supervisor
organization
course
EUHR18 20171
year
type
H2 - Master's Degree (Two Years)
subject
keywords
Europeanisation, multi-level governance, cities, process tracing, refugee crisis, Austria, Vienna
language
English
id
8910855
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2017-06-08 14:46:33
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  abstract     = {The thesis investigates how multi-level governance can explain the actions of urban local authorities in the European refugee crisis between September 2015 to September 2016. 
The research is building on the increased role and empowerment of local authorities and the harmonisation of migration policy through Europeanisation. Looking specifically at the role of cities is crucial due to the asserted discrepancy of rural and urban local authorities and the vital role of cities in the management of the refugee crisis. 
By using the method of policy process tracing, the aim of the thesis is to understand what mechanisms of multi-level governance are shaping the policy relation of the local, national and European level. This is employed on three main governance areas of the refugee crisis, namely the provision of basic care for refugees, the management of migration flows and integration efforts. The focus of this thesis is the chosen case study of Vienna in Austria, which sheds light to several insightful mechanisms of multi-level governance during the refugee crisis. 

The thesis investigates how multi-level governance can explain the actions of urban local authorities in the European refugee crisis between September 2015 to September 2016. 
The research is building on the increased role and empowerment of local authorities and the harmonisation of migration policy through Europeanisation. Looking specifically at the role of cities is crucial due to the asserted discrepancy of rural and urban local authorities and the vital role of cities in the management of the refugee crisis. 
By using the method of policy process tracing, the aim of the thesis is to understand what mechanisms of multi-level governance are shaping the policy relation of the local, national and European level. This is employed on three main governance areas of the refugee crisis, namely the provision of basic care for refugees, the management of migration flows and integration efforts. The focus of this thesis is the chosen case study of Vienna in Austria, which sheds light to several insightful mechanisms of multi-level governance during the refugee crisis.},
  author       = {Kleibel, Eleonora},
  keyword      = {Europeanisation,multi-level governance,cities,process tracing,refugee crisis,Austria,Vienna},
  language     = {eng},
  note         = {Student Paper},
  title        = {Stadtflucht [:urban flight] : Multi-level governance of the refugee crisis},
  year         = {2017},
}