Asian and Pacific Migration Journal

(The TQCC of Asian and Pacific Migration Journal is 1. 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.)
When “global talents” struggle to become local workers: The new face of skilled migration to corporate Japan10
Conceptualizing virtual transnational diaspora: Returning to the ‘return’ of Chinese transnational academics8
Overcoming data limitations to obtain migration flows for ASEAN countries7
New rules of the game? Education and governmentality in Chinese migration to Poland6
The politics of Japan’s immigration and alien residence control6
The role of migration and demographic change in small island futures6
Distress return migration amid COVID-19: Kerala’s response4
“Dubai is a transit lounge”: Migration, temporariness and belonging among Pakistani middle-class migrants4
Remittances and the financial capabilities of migrant households in the Philippines3
Indonesia and circular labor migration: Governance, remittances and multi-directional flows3
The moral economy of Asian migrant women in small business in Hong Kong3
Co-ethnic exploitation among Chinese within an ethnic economy3
Shifting borders and migrant workers’ im/mobility: The case of Taiwan during the COVID-19 pandemic3
Re-examining the middle-class thesis: Class profiles of families employing migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong3
Gender discrimination in societal and familial realms: Understanding agency among Chinese marriage migrant women in Switzerland2
Thai transgender women in Europe: Migration, gender and binational relationships2
Migration and absent fathers: Impacts on the mental health of left-behind family members in Thailand2
“My parents did everything for us but nothing with us”: Parenting and mothering in Vietnamese immigrant families in the Czech Republic2
Sustaining transnational activism between Indonesia and Hong Kong2
Differentiation from above and below: Evolving immigration policy and the integration dilemma in Singapore2
The role of various types of capital in transnational labor migration from the Philippines2
The Labor Contract Law and the economic integration of rural migrants in urban China2
Back to the Philippines: Connecting aspirations, return and social remittances in international student migration2
Infection, temporality and inequality: Sanitizing foreign bodies and protecting public health in Taiwan2
Sanitized boundaries, sanitized homes: COVID-19 and the sporadic hyper-precarity of migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong2
Transnational financial education for Filipino migrant workers2
Sanitizing the national body: COVID-19 and the revival of Japan’s “Closed Country” strategy2
Culinary diaspora space: Food culture and the West African diaspora in Hong Kong2
Enhancing the role of remittances through social capital: Evidence from Indonesian household data2
The politics of sanitization: Pandemic crisis, migration and development in Asia-Pacific1
Where do we go from here? Exploring the future of mixed families between Italy and South Asia1
Global householding and gendered citizenship: Family visits as care support for Vietnamese marriage migrants in South Korea1
Rethinking the migration-development nexus in the post-COVID-19 era1
Uneven professional paths: A study on highly qualified Chinese and Indian migrants in Germany1
Singapore as a nexus of migration corridors: The qiaopi system and diasporic heritage1
Rural Urban Migration and Policy Intervention in China: Migrant Workers’ Coping Strategies by Li Sun1
Temporary migration and inequalities in the Asian–European migration system1
Not really at home: Adaptation strategies of Asian migrants in Ukraine1
New dimensions of precarious work among migrants: A qualitative meta-analysis of current research1
Desiring homeland: The return of Indonesian Chinese women to Maoist China1
The structure of unemployment risk perception among migrant workers in China: An exploratory mixed methods study1
Asia-Europe intimate links: Family migrants, binational couples and mixed-parentage children1
“Move backward to make a step forward”: Understanding the migration of the highly educated to Sorong City, West Papua, Indonesia1
The implications of migration policies on migrant worker mixed families: The case of Filipinos in Israel1
Emergent political remittances during the pandemic: Evidence from a survey of overseas Filipino workers1
Disrupted social integration: A case study of Shanghai’s point-seeking group1
The Philippines–Korea and Philippines–Taiwan migration corridors: A comparison of recruitment systems and their outcomes*1
The political economy of unfree labor and the state: An Indonesian case study1
Beacons of modern learning: Diaspora-funded schools in the China-Australia corridor1