• Introduction
  • 1. What is integration?
  • 1.1. Integration in the social sciences
  • 1.2. Integration and acculturation
  • 2. Integration policies in Europe
  • 2.1. The socio-economic dimension: Temporary workers versus immigrants
  • 2.2. The legal and political dimension: Ius soli versus ius sanguinis
  • 2.3. The cultural dimension: Multiculturalism versus assimilation
  • 2.4. Integration models
  • 2.5. Towards a convergence in integration?
  • 3. Four fields of integration
  • 3.1. Socio-economic integration
  • 3.2. Cultural integration
  • 3.3. Legal and political integration
  • 3.4. Attitudes of recipient societies
  • 3.5. Interrelationships in integration
  • 4. Indicators per field of integration
  • 4.1. Socio-economic integration
  • 4.2. Cultural integration
  • 4.3. Legal and political integration
  • 4.4. Attitudes of recipient societies
  • 5. Is benchmarking possible and useful?
  • 5.1. Differences in definitions and registration
  • 5.2. Ambiguity of certain indicators
  • 5.3. Differences in policy approaches
  • 6. Concluding remarks and recommendations
  • Annex : How do Member States conceptualise their priorities for integration?
  • Bibliography