1. Foreword; Beyond Ordinary Paradoxes; Jean-Pierre Cassarino.- Chapter 2. Introduction: Mobility against the Stream? New Concepts, Methodological Approaches and Regional Perspectives on Return Migration in Europe; Thilo Lang, Birgit Glorius, Robert Nadler and Zoltán Kovács.- Part I. Conceptual Approaches towards Return Migration in Europe.- Chapter 3. Circular Migration as (New) Strategy in Migration Policy? Lessons from Historical and Sociological Migration Research; Ludger Pries.- Chapter 4. Return Migrants as Knowledge Brokers and Institutional Innovators: New Theoretical Conceptualisations and the Example of Poland; Katrin Klein-Hitpaß.- Chapter 5. Migration in Work Lives: Looking Back after Return. Structure and Agency Approach; Izabela Grabowska-Lusińska.- Chapter 6. Transnational Entrepreneurs in Western Balkans: A Comparative Study of Serbian and Albanian Migrants and Returnees; Jelena Predojevic-Despic, Tanja Pavlov, Svetlana Milutinovic and Brikena Balli.- Part II. Researching Return Migration: Research Methods, Implementation and Results.- Chapter 7. Temporary Labour Migration from Eastern Europe: The Role of Human Capital Investment and Migration Agencies; Alexander M. Danzer and Barbara Dietz.- Chapter 8. Measuring Return Migration: The Example of Eastern German Labour Return from Western Germany; Robert Nadler.- Chapter 9. The Counter-Diasporic Migration of Turkish-Germans to Turkey: Gendered Narratives of Home and Belonging; Russell King and Nilay Kilinc.- Chapter 10. 'You'll Have to Start Learning Irish Now': Irish Return Migration and the Return of the Second Generation to the Connemara Gaeltacht Region; Rhona Ní Chearbhaill.- Part III. New Regional Perspectives and Research Questions on Return Migration in Europe.- Chapter 11. Circularity Within the EU: The Return Intentions of Latvian Migrants; Zaiga Krišjāne, Elīna Apsīte-Beriņa and Māris Bērziņš.- Chapter 12. Stay, Return or Move on? Mobility Decisions of International Students in Germany; Birgit Glorius.- Chapter 13. History, Memory and Re-Migration: Familial Cultures of Memory as a Background to the Return of Entrepreneurs to East Germany; Christine von Blanckenburg.- Chapter 14. Why Persons of Turkish Origin Leave Germany and How They Feel in Turkey: Results of an Online Survey; Alexander Bürgin and Defne Erzene-Bürgin.- Chapter 15. An Easy Game? Experiences of 'Homecoming' in the Post-Socialist Context of Croatia and the Czech Republic; Caroline Hornstein Tomić and Sarah Scholl-Schneider.- Part IV. Policy Recommendations and Conclusions.- Chapter 16. European National Policies Aimed at Stimulating Return Migration; Lajos Boros and Gábor Hegedüs.- Chapter 17. Conclusions: Current and Future Perspectives on Return Migration and Regional Development in Europe; Robert Nadler, Thilo Lang, Birgit Glorius and Zoltán Kovács.