International Migration

(The TQCC of International Migration is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-09-01 to 2023-09-01.)
Commentary: COVID‐19 Pandemic and Higher Education: International Mobility and Students’ Social Protection35
Highly Skilled Entrepreneurial Refugees: Legal and Practical Barriers and Enablers to Start Up in the Netherlands22
Commentary: A Citizenship without Social Rights? EU Freedom of Movement and Changing Access to Welfare Rights22
Framing Syrians in Turkey: State Control and No Crisis Discourse21
Closing the Gap? Gender and the Global Compacts for Migration and Refugees19
Commentary: Spaces of Solidarity and Spaces of Exception at the times of Covid‐1918
Brexit as a Trigger and an Obstacle to Onwards and Return Migration16
Does the global migration matter? The impact of top ten cities migration on native nationals income and employment levels16
“We are part of this place, but I do not think I belong.” Temporariness, Social Inclusion and Belonging among Migrant Farmworkers in Southwestern Ontario15
Access to and exclusion from housing over time: Refugees' experiences in rural areas14
Labour Market Integration of Refugee Health Professionals in Germany: Challenges and Strategies14
Commentary: How is COVID‐19 Reshaping Labour Migration?13
The Global Compacts on Refugees and for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration: Introduction to the Special Issue13
Onward migration and intra‐European mobilities: A critical and theoretical overview12
Tokens or Stakeholders in Global Migration Governance? The Role of Affected Communities and Civil Society in the Global Compacts on Migration and Refugees12
Recognition of Prior Learning for Highly Skilled Refugees’ Labour Market Integration12
Do Austrian Programmes Facilitate Labour Market Integration of Refugees?12
International Academic Mobility in Chinese Academia: Opportunities and Challenges12
The Integration of Interstate Migrants in India: A 7 State Policy Evaluation12
Does Skilled Migration Cause Income Inequality in the Source Country?11
Managing International Migration: Rethinking Transaction Costs, Red Tape, and Their Impact11
Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker and International Mobility Programs: Charting Change and Continuity Among Source Countries11
The Cartagena Refugee Definition and Venezuelan Displacement in Latin America111
Imagination, Hope and the Migrant Journey: Iraqi Asylum Seekers Looking for a Future in Europe10
Integration and the struggle to turn space into “our” place: Homemaking as a way beyond the stalemate of assimilationism vs transnationalism10
Involuntary Immobility and the Unfulfilled Rite of Passage: Implications for Migration Management in the Gambia, West Africa10
DIY Entrepreneurship? – Self‐reliance for Women Refugees in Australia10
Commentary: Labour Migration Policy Dilemmas in the Wake of COVID‐1910
The Impact of GCR on Local Governments and Syrian Refugees in Turkey9
English skills and early labour market integration: Evidence from humanitarian migrants in Australia9
The Politics of Exhaustion and the Externalization of British Border Control. An Articulation of a Strategy Designed to Deter, Control and Exclude9
Commentary: “Leave No One Behind” and Access to Protection in the Greek Islands in the COVID‐19 Era9
Introduction: Latin American Political and Policy Responses to Venezuelan Displacement9
"It is not O.K to think that you are good just because you have graduated from overseas": Agency and contextual factors affecting Vietnamese returning graduates8
Onward Migration Aspirations and Transnational Practices of Migrant Construction Workers Amidst Economic Crisis: Exploring New Opportunities and Facing Barriers8
The European Union and the Background of the Global Compacts8
The Push and Pull Factors Contributing Towards Asylum Migration from Developing Countries to Developed Countries Since 20008
Youth, Mobility, and the Emotional Burdens ofyouxue(Travel and Study): A Case Study of Chinese Students in Italy8
Far from a Burden: EU Migrants as Pioneers of a European Social Protection System from Below8
Female Migrants and Brain Waste – A Conceptual Challenge with Societal Implications8
Vulnerability of refugees: Some reflections on definitions and measurement practices8
South‐South Migration: Remittances of Labour Migrants and Household Expenditures in Uzbekistan8
Migration among East and Southeast Asian Economies7
COVID‐19, economic recession, and the Refugee situation7
Searching for Stability: Onward Migration and Pathways of Precarious Incorporation in and Out of Spain7
What do immigrants make of immigration policies? Insights from interviews with Venezuelans in Chile7
Resisting Bare Life: Civil Solidarity and the Hunt for Illegalized Migrants7
Integrating Bottom‐up into Top‐down: The Role of Local Actors in Labour Market Integration of Syrian Refugees in Turkey7
Polish migrant settlement without political integration in the United Kingdom and Ireland: a comparative analysis in the context of Brexit and thin European citizenship7
Introduction “Labour market integration of highly skilled refugees in Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands”7
Impact of Modern Information and Communication Tools on International Migration7
Diverse Ways of Thinking and Performing Return Migration: Colombians and Romanians in Europe7
Recognition of foreign qualifications in Germany: Selectivity and power in re‐making professionals7
Measuring the Cultural Dimension of Migrant Integration and Integration Policy in the European Context: Dilemmas and Discussions17
Failed Promise of Equality: Iranian women’s integration in the Netherlands7
Mandatory mobility? The case of immigrant posted workers sent from Italy to Belgium in the construction sector7
Migration across developed countries: German immigrants in Sweden and the US6
Disaster Situation and Humanitarian Emergency – In‐Between Responses to the Refugee Crisis in Germany6
Special Issue Introduction: Exploring the Lived Experiences of Intra‐EU Mobility in an Era of Complex Economic and Political Change6
“We will Manage It” – Did Chancellor Merkel's Dictum Increase or Even Cause the Refugee Movement in 2015?6
Foreign Remittances and Regional Poverty: Evidence from Household Data6
All Welcome Here? Attitudes towards Muslim Migrants in Europe6
Public Attitudes and the Chinese Migrants in Central‐Eastern Europe6
Migrants’ Post‐Return Wellbeing: A View From the Caucasus6
Embodying legal precarity: Living with ongoing short‐term protection in Germany6
The EU's ‘return rate’ with third countries: Why EU readmission agreements do not make much difference6
The UN Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration: Its Impact on Asia6
Social Capital and the Career Adaptability of Refugees6
Non‐linear relationship between remittances and financial development in Jamaica6
What are the Main Factors Associated with Immigrants’ Subjective Well‐being in Italy? Evidence from Self‐reported Life Satisfaction6
IDPs in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI): Intractable Return and Absence of Social Integration Policy6
Contextualizing and conceptualizing reintegration processes in the context of return6
Immigration and Settler‐Colonies Post‐UNDRIP: Research and Policy Implications6
Multiple Migration and Use of Ties: Bangladeshis in Italy and Beyond6
Looking Back and Moving Forward: The Research Agenda on the Global Governance of Mixed Migration6
For the Future of the Children? The Onward Migration of Italian Bangladeshis in Europe6
Sociodemographic Profiles and the Causes of Regular Venezuelan Emigration6
Reintegrating After Return: Conceptualisation and Empirical Evidence from the Life Course of Senegalese and Congolese Migrants6
Shortcomings and/or Missed Opportunities of the Global Compacts for the Protection of Forced Migrants6
Ethnic and National Sense of Belonging in Canadian Society5
The Impermanence of Permanence: The Rise of Probationary Immigration in Canada5
Cartographers of their Futures: The Formation of Occupational Aspirations of Highly Educated Refugees in Malmö and Munich5
Making it “Easy to Help”: The Evolution of Norwegian Volunteer Initiatives for Refugees5
Counter moves. Destabilizing the grand narrative of onward migration and secondary movements in Europe5
Undocumented migrants in Saudi Arabia: COVID‐19 and amnesty reforms5
Artificial Intelligence and Predicting Illegal Immigration to the USA5
Value Differences between Refugees and German Citizens: Insights from a Representative Survey5
Colombia's open‐door policy: An innovative approach to displacement?5
Belonging in the land down under: Black Africans in Australia5
Programming for Immigrant Women in Canada: Is Entrepreneurship Neglected?5
Kindergarten teachers promote the participation experience of African Asylum‐Seeker families5
Progressive legislation but lukewarm policies: The Brazilian response to Venezuelan displacement5
Placing the future: Onward migration, education and citizenship among Portuguese‐Bangladeshi in London5
Rescaling the Sanctuary City: Police and Non‐Status Migrants in Ontario, Canada5
Immigration Detention under the Global Compacts in the Light of Refugee and Human Rights Law Standards5
Immigrant–non‐immigrant wage differentials in Canada: A comparison between standard and non‐standard jobs5
Social identity change as an integration strategy of international students in China5
From Independence to dependence: Experiences of Syrian refugees5
Reacting to Change within Change: Adaptive Leadership and the Peruvian Response to Venezuelan Immigration5
The Quagmire of Return and Reintegration: Challenges to Multi‐Stakeholder Co‐ordination of Involuntary Returns5
Conceptual contours of migration studies in and from Asia4
Child Migration in the US and Spain: Towards a Global Border Regime?4
Impact of the EU–Turkey Statement on Smugglers’ Operations in the Aegean and Migrants’ Decisions to Engage with Smugglers4
International Travel Security and the Global Compacts on Refugees and Migration4
Are Migrants Overrepresented Among Individual Welfare Beneficiaries?4
School Integration of Migrant Children from the United States in a Border Context4
Limits of Social Capital for Refugee Integration: The Case of Gay Iranian Male Refugees' Integration in Canada4
Restoring Hope for Syrian Refugees: Social Support Students Need to Excel at School4
Nationality Policies in the Books and in Practice: Comparing Immigrant Naturalisation across Europe4
Onward migration of Latin American families: negotiating citizenship and mobility in times of crisis4
Family Separation and Remigration Intentions to the USA among Mexican Deportees4
Interplay of poverty, remittances and human capital development: Panel evidence from selected Sub‐Saharan African countries4
Measuring residential segregation in multi‐ethnic and unequal European cities4
Australia’s superior skilled migration outcomes compared with Canada’s4
Swedish migration policy liberalization and new immigrant entrepreneurs4
Welfare Index of Migrant Workers in the Gulf: the Case of Qatar4
Introduction: New Dynamics of Chinese Migration to Europe4
The Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration: What's Next4
Employment for women with refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds in Australia: An overview of workforce participation and available support programmes4
Protecting and Benchmarking Migrants’ Rights: An Analysis of the Global Compact for Safe, Orderly and Regular Migration4
The economically rich refugees: A case study of the business operations of Istanbul‐based Syrian refugee businesspeople4
Integration policy and refugees’ economic performance: Evidence from Sweden’s 2010 reform of the introduction programme4
The Cartagena refugee definition and nationality‐based discrimination in Mexican refugee status determination4
Migrant organisations, belonging and social protection. The role of migrant organisations in migrants' social risk‐averting strategies4
Becoming Permanent: The Transition Characteristics of Temporary Foreign Workers to Permanent Residents in Canada4
Shaping the Balkan corridor: Development and changes in the migration route 2015–164
Origin and transit migration of Afghans and Syrians to Germany: The influential actors and factors behind the destination choice4
Subnational Migration States and the New Politics of Immigration4
Health status and fertility intentions among migrants3
Turkey's Geographical Limitation: The Legal Implications of an Eventual Lifting3
The Impact of International Trade on Migration by Skill Levels and Gender in Developing Countries3
On the Fringes of Social Protection: New Southern European Labour Migration to Germany3
Work Trajectories of Female and Male Immigrants in Spain3
Much ado about very little: The dubious connection between ethnic minority business policy and ethnic minority entrepreneurship3
US and them: Job quality differences between natives and immigrants in Europe3
The Functions and Legitimization of Suffering in Calais, France3
Cities’ migration policies in a country with a deficit of migration policy. The case of Poland3
Immigrant Men’s Labour Market Incorporation in South Africa: Regional and National Origin Differences3
Brain Drain Losses – A Case Study of Serbia3
Share the Burden or Pass it on?3
Language Acquisition, Employment Status, and the Earnings of Jewish and Non‐Jewish Immigrants in Israel3
The ECOWAS Free Movement Protocol and Diversity of Experiences of Different Categories of Migrants: A Qualitative Study3
Even worse than the undocumented? Assessing the refugees’ integration in the labour market of Lombardy (Italy) in 2001–20143
The neglected colonial legacy of the 1951 refugee convention3
Can big data deliver its promises in migration research?3
Balancing inclusion and exclusion among Somali migrants in Germany3
Fitful circulations: Unauthorized movements in the Sicilian transit zone3
Trends in Immigrant Overeducation: The Role of Supply and Demand3
The Negotiation of New Family Formation Post‐migration among Low‐wage Migrant Workers: The Case of Canada3
American Public Opinion on Immigration: Nativist, Polarized, or Ambivalent?3
Refining the Salience Hypothesis: Does the Response to Immigration Differ Across Countries?3
Flagpoling: Inter‐provincial Mobility of International Migrants within Canada’s Temporary Foreign Worker Program3
Between liberal legislation and preventive political practice: Ecuador’s political reactions to Venezuelan forced migration3
A hole in the wall of fortress Europe: The trans‐European posting of third‐country labour migrants3
Frontex: A Literature Review3
Assuming Reintegration, Experiencing Dislocation – Returns from Europe to Afghanistan3
COVID‐19 and threats to irregular migrants in Kuwait and the Gulf3
The making and the portrayal of Scottish distinctiveness: How does the narrative create its audience?3
Introducing the EC Hotspot Approach: A Framing Analysis of EU’s Most Authoritative Crisis Policy Response3
Onward migration: An introduction3
Where do Remittances Go in Household Consumption? Empirical Evidence from Sri Lanka‐Wide Micro‐data3
The right and role of critiquing the contemporary patchwork of protection3
Mobility and legal infrastructure for Ukrainian refugees3