Publications

Cities vs states : should urban citizenship be emancipated from nationality?

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2020
  • Author(s): BAUBÖCK, Rainer, ORGAD, Liav
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSCAS, 2020/16, Global Governance Programme-386, GLOBALCIT, [Global Citizenship Governance]
  • Abstract: A majority of the world population lives in cities, but determining citizenship remains a monopoly of nation-states. Should cities claim their own citizenship, based on residence rather than nationality? Should [...]
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How to make the perfect citizen? : lessons from China’s model of social credit system

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2020
  • Author(s): ORGAD, Liav, REIJERS, Wessel
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSCAS, 2020/28, Global Citizenship Governance
  • Abstract: The Covid19 crisis has triggered a new wave of digitalization of the lives of citizens. To counter the devastating effects of the virus, states and corporations are experimenting with systems [...]
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Should EU citizenship be disentangled from member state nationality?

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): ORGAD, Liav, LEPOUTRE, Jules
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSCAS, 2019/24, Global Citizenship Governance
  • Abstract: Should EU citizenship be disentangled from Member State nationality? Certainly, says Dora Kostakopoulou. By no means, argues Richard Bellamy. In the 2nd Global Citizenship Governance Forum, we have asked a [...]
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Global migration crisis

  • Type: Article
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): ORGAD, Liav, RUBINSTEIN, Amnon
  • Citation: Justice, 2019, Νο. 62, pp. 38-41
  • Series/Report no.: [Global Governance Programme], [Global Citizenship Governance], [Global Citizenship]
  • Abstract: Never in history has so much attention been paid to human movement. Global migration yields demographic shifts of historical significance, profoundly shaking up world politics – as shown by the [...]
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Where and why can expatriates vote in regional elections? : a comparative analysis of regional electoral practices in Europe and North America

  • Type: Article
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): ARRIGHI, Jean-Thomas, LAFLEUR, Jean-Michel
  • Citation: Journal of ethnic and migration studies, 2019, Vol. 45, No. 4, pp. 517-538
  • Series/Report no.: [Global Governance Programme], [Global Citizenship Governance]
  • Abstract: The article constitutes the first systematic attempt to survey and account for the enfranchisement of non-resident citizens in regional elections. Shifting the focus away from the state to the regional [...]
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Non-universal suffrage : measuring electoral inclusion in contemporary democracies

  • Type: Article
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): SCHMID, Samuel D., PICCOLI, Lorenzo, ARRIGHI, Jean-Thomas
  • Citation: European political science, 2019, Vol. 18, No. 4, pp. 695-713
  • Series/Report no.: [Global Governance Programme], [Global Citizenship Governance]
  • Abstract: The electoral franchise has become more universal as restrictions based on criteria such as sex or property have been lifted throughout the process of democratisation. Yet, a broad range of [...]
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The citizen‐makers : ethical dilemmas in immigrant integration

  • Type: Article
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): ORGAD, Liav
  • Citation: European law journal, 2019, OnlineFirst
  • Series/Report no.: [Global Citizenship Governance]
  • Abstract: The topic of citizen‐making—turning migrants into citizens—is one of the most politically contested policy areas in Europe. Access to European citizenship is governed by national law with almost no EU [...]
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A dystopian future? : the rise of social credit systems

  • Type: Working Paper
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): ORGAD, Liav, REIJERS, Wessel
  • Series/Report no.: EUI RSCAS, 2019/94, Global Citizenship Governance
  • Abstract: Is China's Social Credit System leading the way to a dystopian future? ‘Yes’, claims Wessel Reijers, who identifies dangerous dictatorial tendencies that do not live up to the promise of [...]
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'The people, year zero' : secessionism and citizenship in Scotland and Catalonia

  • Type: Article
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): ARRIGHI, Jean-Thomas
  • Citation: Ethnopolitics, 2019, Vol. 18, No. 3, pp. 278-297
  • Series/Report no.: [Global Governance Programme], [Global Citizenship Governance]
  • Abstract: The article compares how secessionist elites in Scotland and Catalonia discursely and legally constituted the people that is the subject of their claim of self-determination in relation to immigrant and [...]
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Introduction : the rescaling of territory and citizenship in Europe

  • Type: Article
  • Year of Publication: 2019
  • Author(s): ARRIGHI, Jean-Thomas, STJEPANOVIC, Dejan
  • Citation: Ethnopolitics, 2019, Vol. 18. No. 3, pp. 219-226
  • Series/Report no.: [Global Governance Programme], [Global Citizenship Governance]
  • Abstract: This Special Issue explores the consequences of past and ongoing processes of territorial rescaling on citizenship in a theoretical and comparative perspective. In this introduction, we unpack our core concept [...]
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