Which indicators are most useful for comparing citizenship policies?




Publisher: Helbling, Marc ; Bauböck, Rainer
URL: https://cadmus.eui.eu/bitstream/handle/1814/19015/...
Additional URL: https://cadmus.eui.eu//handle/1814/19015
Document Type: Book
Year of publication: 2011
The title of a journal, publication series: EUI Working Paper / Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies
Volume: 2011/54
Place of publication: San Domenico (Florence)
Publishing house: European University Institute
ISSN: 1028-3625
Publication language: English
Institution: School of Social Sciences > Soziologie mit Schwerp. Migration u. Integration (Helbling 2020-)
Subject: 320 Political science
Abstract: The comparative study of citizenship regimes has reached a new stage. Several authors and research teams have constructed indicators and compound indices that allow comparing larger numbers of countries in more systematic ways. In his kickoff contribution for the EUDO CITIZENSHIP forum debate, Marc Helbling asks whether indicators that are constructed independently from each other, but often measure similar phenomena, are really useful. He suggests to distinguish between policy outputs and outcomes, naturalisation and rejection rates as well as simple and complex indicators. Nine authors respond to this challenge. Several among them propose that citizenship indicators serve different research purposes and some challenge the very idea of indicator-based evaluation of citizenship policies. Although this debate certainly does not concluded in consensus, Helbling’s rejoinder shows that the link between research purposes and methods has been clarified to a certain extent. By social science standards, this is not insignificant progress.
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