Wednesday 9 March 2005, by Carrera Sergio
Sergio Carrera is Research Fellow at CEPS. He is involved in the coordination, management and research of the ELISE (European Liberty and Security- Fifth Framework Programme of the DG for Research (European Commission) and CHALLENGE (Changing Landscape of European Liberty and Security) - Sixth Framework Programme of the DG for Research.
During the last years he has also collaborated in various trans-European projects and has published widely in the area of Freedom, Security and Justice, with particular attention to migration-related issues. Among his recent publications we may underline,
Carrera, S. & J. Apap, Towards a proactive immigration policy for the EU? CEPS Working Document no. 198, December 2003;
Carrera, S. & J. Apap, Progress and obstacles in the Area of Justice & Home Affairs in an enlarging Europe, in ’Justice and Home Affairs in the EU: Liberty and Security Issues after Enlargement, Edward Elgar Publishing, March 2004;
Carrera, S., Apap J. & K. Kirisci, Turkey in the European Area of Freedom, Security and Justice, CEPS EU-Turkey Working Paper, Brussels, no. 3, August 2004;
Carrera, S., What does free movement mean in theory and practice in an enlarged EU? available as CEPS Working Document, no. 208, October 2004, Enlargement Research Bulletin, issue nr. 34, November 2004, as well as in the European Law Journal (forthcoming); "Integration" as a process of inclusion of migrants? The case of long-term residents, CEPS Working Document No. 219, March 2005.