Emiliano Garcia Coso

Email: egcoso@icade.comillas.edu Garcia Coso

Emiliano Garcia Coso is the Jean Monnet Professor of European Law at Pontificia Comillas University (ICADE) of Madrid and is also Professor of European Immigration Law at the Immigration Institute of Pontificia Comillas University.

He specialises in European Union law, immigration law, and EU immigration policy.

His publications include:

  • Inmigración Irregular, Derechos Humanos y Control de Fronteras Exteriores de la UE ( Irregular Immigration, Human Rights and External Border Control), in Terrorismo, Cuerpos de Seguridad y Derechos Humanos (Terrorism, Security Forces and Human Rights), Edited by Institute Berg and National Police, as result of the Research Project financed by the Interior Ministry of Colombia. 2013, ISBN 978-958-999-78-1-9, pp. 587-649.
  • “The European Union Effort to combat illegal migration, smuggling and trafficking in Human Beings: impact on Spanish Law”, in Human Security, Transnational Crime and Human Trafficking: Asian and Western Perspectives, (Okubo, S, Shelley, L, Coord), Routledge, 2010, pp221-240.
  • “The Obama administration’s agenda on immigration: some comment from a European perspective”, in Protección Internacional de Derechos Humanos y Estado de Derecho, (Joaquín González, Coord), Ibañez, Bogota, (Colombia), 2009, pp.535-550.
  • “España : Frontera sur de la Unión Europea ante el Fenómeno migratorio” (Spain : European Union South Border), en Veinte años de España en Europa, (Dir Cristina Gortazar Rotaeche) 2008, UPCO editorial, 2009, pp. 45-72.
  • “Los progresos en el diseño de una regulación europea común en materia de inmigración extracomunitaria” (The progress in the design of a EU common regulation on immigration ), in DE HUIDOBRO, José Maria, La regulación legal de la extranjería e immigración, (The Legal Regulation of Aliens and Immigration), UPCO éditions, Madrid, 2006, pp.51-86.
  • “Trafficking in and Smuggling of Human Beings: The Spanish Approach. Main Issues on Spanish Alien Law and Practice concerning Trafficking and Smuggling of Human Beings ”, C. Gortázar Rotaeche, E. García Coso and A. Obregón Garcia; in Immigration and Criminal Law in the European Union: The Legal Measures and Social Consequences of Criminal Law in Member States on Trafficking and Smuggling in Human Beings, ELSPETH GUILD AND PAUL MINDERHOUD, Edit Kluwer, 2006, pp.
  • “La política de inmigración en la Unión Europea y su incidencia en la normativa de España” (The European Union immigration policy and its incidence on the Spanish Law), in GONZALEZ, J., Globalización, Integración Económica y Derechos Humanos (Globalization, Economic Integration and Human Rights), éditions Ibañez, Bogotá, Colombia, 2005, pp.55-88.
  • “Spain report on the transposition of the Directive supplementing article 26 of the Schengen Convention”, in DE BRUYCKER, P., Immigration and Asylum Law of EU : Current Debates, Bruylant, Brussels, 2005, pp.481-485.
  • “Spain report on the transposition of the Directive on the mutual recognition of decisions on the expulsion of third country nationals”, in DE BRUYCKER, P., Immigration and Asylum Law of EU : Current Debates, Bruylant, Brussels, 2005, pp.252-256.
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