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Author: Arno Tausch
ISBN: 9051709951
Language: English
Pages: 248 pages
Category: Social Sciences
Publisher: Purdue University Press (February 28, 2008)
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It is the attempt to try to present an interpretation pattern for the complex reality of poverty; social exclusion, religious and societal values, and day to day contact of different population groups in Europe with the law.

Tausch, . Bischof, . Mueller, K. (2010), "Muslim Calvinism", internal security and the Lisbon process in Europe . Grinin, . Korotayev, A. and Tausch A. (2016) Economic Cycles, Crises, and the Global Periphery. (2010), "Muslim Calvinism", internal security and the Lisbon process in Europe Rozenberg Publishers, Amsterdam. Tausch, . Heshmati, . Brand, U. (2012), Globalization, the Human Condition and Sustainable Development in the 21st Century Cross-national Perspectives and European Implications. London, New York and Delhi: Anthem Press.

Muslim Calvinism book. Pushing the frontiers of knowledge about Europe’s Muslim communities, the mainstream of Europe’s islamophobic decision makers are being asked in this book in terms of their alternatives for continued Muslim migration to a quickly aging Europe.

Corvinus University of Budapest

Corvinus University of Budapest. While there is a never-ending debate on Islamism, Islamist terrorism and the identity of Europe vis-à-vis growing Muslim communities in Europe, there are hardly any solid cross-national data being presented on the real extent of the Islamist threat facing Europe, and on the social conditions that lead to Islamist radicalism. Nova Publishers, New York, 2015, 532 p. ISBN 978-1-62948-899-8.

Muslim Calvinism: Internal Security and the Lisbon Process in Europe. Against Islamophobia: Quantitative Analyses of Global Terrorism, World Political Cycles and Center Periphery Structures. Purdue University Press. ISBN 978-905170995-7. Nova Science Publishers.

Muslim Calvinism, Internal Security and the Lisbon Process in Europe. Author affilliated at Innsbruck University - Faculty of Political Science and Sociology. Bischof, C. & Mueller, K. (2007). The Muslim Factor and the Future of Integration Policy in Europe. University Library of Munich, Germany.

Arno Tausch (born on February 11, 1951 in Salzburg, Austria) is an. .

His most influential book is the Socio-Liberal Theory of World Development (1993), which quantitatively tests the cross-national relevance of the socio-liberal reform programs put forward by Europe's social democrats during the 1920s. 1979) 'Armut und Abhaengigkeit.

51 selected references on arno tausch in the media . and Mueller, K. (2010) ‘Muslim Calvinism’, Internal Security and the Lisbon Process in Europe, Amsterdam: Rozenberg Publishers. 1990) ‘Justice, Self-Interest, and the Legitimacy of Legal and Political Authority’, in . Mansbridge (e. Beyond Self-Interest, Chicago: Chicago University Press, pp. 171–179.

This book systematically evaluates the freely available data, contained in international open sources, such as the European Social Survey, on the problems of Islam, migration, the shadow economy, internal security, and social policy in Europe in the framework of international trends. This book is the attempt to try to present an interpretation pattern for the complex reality of poverty; social exclusion, religious and societal values, and day to day contact of different population groups in Europe with the law. Pushing the frontiers of knowledge about Europe’s Muslim communities, the mainstream of Europe’s islamophobic decision makers are being asked in this book in terms of their alternatives for continued Muslim migration to a quickly aging Europe. The generally optimistic results of this quantitative study are in line with recent very sophisticated and advanced quantitative re, especially by authors from the neo-liberal school of thinking, who maintain that instead of engaging in a culturalist discourse about the general ""disadvantages"" of Islam, Europe rather should talk about economic-growth-enhancing migration, property rights, discrimination against minorities on the labor markets, and that by and large, Islam is well compatible with democracy and economic growth.