International Migration Review

Papers
(The TQCC of International Migration Review is 2. 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 2019-08-01 to 2023-08-01.)
ArticleCitations
The Migration State in the Global South: Nationalizing, Developmental, and Neoliberal Models of Migration Management78
Decoupling and Teaming up: The Rise and Proliferation of Transnational Municipal Networks in the Field of Migration46
(Im)mobility in the Age of COVID-1944
The “Refugee Crisis,” Immigration Attitudes, and Euroscepticism40
Unsettling Events: Understanding Migrants’ Responses to Geopolitical Transformative Episodes through a Life-Course Lens30
Migration Diplomacy and Policy Liberalization in Morocco and Turkey22
Propagated Preferences? Political Elite Discourses and Europeans’ Openness toward Muslim Immigrants19
Suppression, Spikes, and Stigma: How COVID-19 Will Shape International Migration and Hostilities toward It18
Are Children of Immigrants Graded Less Generously by their Teachers than Natives, and Why? Evidence from Student Population Data in Italy15
The Refugee Paradox During Wartime in Europe: How Ukrainian and Afghan Refugees are (not) Alike15
Disrupted Geographic Arbitrage and Differential Capacities of Coping in Later-Life: Anglo-Western Teacher Expatriates in Brunei13
The Many Forms of Multiple Migrations: Evidence from a Sequence Analysis in Switzerland, 1998 to 200812
Translating People and Policy: The Role of Maid Agents in Brokering between Employers and Migrant Domestic Workers in Singapore’s Migration Industry12
Ethnic Enclaves, Self-employment, and the Economic Performance of Refugees: Evidence from a Swedish Dispersal Policy12
Immigration System, Labor Market Structures, and Overeducation of High-Skilled Immigrants in the United States and Canada11
The Gendered Effects of Local Immigration Enforcement: Latinas’ Social Isolation in Chicago, Houston, Los Angeles, and Phoenix11
Does Facilitated and Early Access to the Healthcare System Improve Refugees’ Health Outcomes? Evidence from a Natural Experiment in Germany11
Migration, Family Formation and Fertility in the Americas11
When Does Social Capital Matter for Migration? A Study of Networks, Brokers, and Migrants in Nepal10
Death and Migration: Migrant Journeys and the Governance of Migration During Europe’s “Migration Crisis”10
Some Media Matter More Than Others: Investigating Media Effects on Attitudes toward and Perceptions of Immigration in Sweden9
Refugee Admissions and Public Safety: Are Refugee Settlement Areas More Prone to Crime?9
Precarious Times, Professional Tensions: The Ethics of Migration Research and the Drive for Scientific Accountability9
Decline, Revival, Change? Religious Adaptations among Muslim and Non-Muslim Immigrant Origin Youth in Norway8
Discrimination of Black and Muslim Minority Groups in Western Societies: Evidence From a Meta-Analysis of Field Experiments8
Humanitarian Assistance and Permanent Settlement of Asylum Seekers in Greece: The Role of Sympathy, Perceived Threat, and Perceived Contribution8
High Selection, Low Success: The Heterogeneous Effect of Migrants’ Access to Employment on Their Remigration8
International Migration and the (Un)happiness Push: Evidence from Polish Longitudinal Data8
Immigrant Women’s Economic Outcomes in Europe: The Importance of Religion and Traditional Gender Roles8
A Global Meta-analysis of the Immigrant Mortality Advantage8
Bridges or Barriers? The Relationship between Immigrants’ Early Labor Market Adversities and Long-term Earnings7
Ascriptive Organizational Stigma and the Constraining of Pakistani Immigrant Organizations6
Understanding International Immobility through Internal Migration: “Left behind” Nurses in the Philippines6
Public Opinion on Refugee Policy in the United States, 1938-2019: Increasing Support for Refugees and the Sympathy Effect6
Which Integration Policies Work? The Heterogeneous Impact of National Institutions on Immigrants’ Labor Market Attainment in Europe6
From “Sea Turtles” to “Grassroots Ambassadors”: The Chinese Politics of Outbound Student Migration5
A Liberal Region in a World of Closed Borders? The Liberalization of Asylum Policies in Latin America, 1990–20205
Mode of Difference and Resource for Resilience: How Religion Shapes Experiences of Discrimination of the Second Generation in France5
“Maybe One Day I Will also be Almito”: Ethiopian Israelis, Naming, and the Politics of Immigrant Identity5
Migration, Gender Roles, and Mental Illness: The Case of Somali Immigrants in Norway5
An Intergenerational Perspective on (Re)migration: Return and Onward Mobility Intentions across Immigrant Generations5
Pull Factors and Migration Preferences: Evidence from the Middle East and North Africa5
Climate Change, Drought, and Potential Environmental Migration Flows Under Different Policy Scenarios5
Toward an Early Warning System for Monitoring Asylum-Related Migration Flows in Europe5
Wages of Skilled Migrant and Native Employees in Germany: New Light on an Old Issue5
Is an Ounce of Remittance Worth a Pound of Health? The Case of Tajikistan5
Young Gazan Refugees, Sport and Social Media: Understanding Migration as a Process of Becoming5
Times of Work and Social Life: Bangladeshi Migrants in Northeast Italy and London4
Legacies of Marginalization: System Avoidance among the Adult Children of Unauthorized Immigrants in the United States4
Navigating to the Top in an Egalitarian Welfare State: Institutional Opportunity Structures of Second-generation Social Mobility4
“Yes, But Somebody Has to Help Them, Somehow:” Looking at the Italian Detention Field through the Eyes of Professional Nonstate Actors4
Exclusionary Contexts Frustrate Cultural Integration: Migrant Acculturation Into Support for Gender Equality in the Labor Market in Western Europe4
Bonding Social Capital, Afghan Refugees, and Early Access to Employment4
When Diaspora Politics Meet Global Ambitions: Diaspora Institutions Amid China's Geopolitical Transformations4
Do Gender-role Values Matter? Explaining New Refugee Women’s Social Contact in Germany4
“New White Ethnics” or “New Latinos”? Hispanic/Latino Pan-ethnicity and Ancestry Reporting among South American Immigrants to the United States4
Does Emancipation Matter? Fertility of Chinese International Migrants to the United States and Nonmigrants during China’s One-child Policy Period3
“I Will Return Strong”: The Role of Life Aspirations in Refugees’ Return Aspirations3
Health-Care Utilization of Refugees: Evidence from Austria3
Bargaining Power: A Framework for Understanding Varieties of Migration Experience3
What Is the Size and Legal Composition of the US Foreign-Born Population?3
Legal Histories as Determinants of Incorporation: Previous Undocumented Experience and Naturalization Propensities Among Immigrants in the United States3
What Shapes Attitudes Toward Homosexuality among European Muslims? The Role of Religiosity and Destination Hostility3
Implications of the Rohingya Relocation from Cox’s Bazar to Bhasan Char, Bangladesh3
Does Personality Matter? Noncognitive Skills and the Male Migrant Wage Gap in Germany3
What Drives Migration to Europe? Survey Experimental Evidence from Lebanon3
Who Signs Up for E-Verify? Insights from DHS Enrollment Records3
Legal Exclusion, Civic Exclusion: How Legal Status Stratifies Latino Immigrants’ Civic Engagement3
Foreign Accents in the Early Hiring Process: A Field Experiment on Accent-Related Ethnic Discrimination in Germany3
The Role of Local Voting Rights for Non-Naturalized Immigrants: A Catalyst for Integration?3
Mexican Consular Protection Services across the United States: How Local Social, Economic, and Political Conditions Structure the Sociolegal Support of Emigrants2
Multidimensionality in the Integration of First- and Second-Generation Migrants in Europe: A Conceptual and Empirical Investigation2
When Politics Trumps Economics: Contrasting High-Skilled Immigration Policymaking in Germany and Austria2
In the Ear of the Listener: The Role of Foreign Accent in Interethnic Friendships and Partnerships2
Immigration, Sanctuary Policies, and Public Safety2
Importance of Personality Traits for Destination-Language Acquisition: Evidence for Refugees in Germany2
Party System Polarization, Citizenship, and Immigrant Party Allegiances in Western Europe2
The Effect of Immigrant Integration Policies on Public Immigration Attitudes: Evidence from a Survey Experiment in the United Kingdom2
The Impact of Place of Origin on International and Domestic Graduates’ Mobility in China2
Immigrant Men’s Economic Adaptation in Changing Labor Markets: Why Gaps between Turkish and German Men Expanded, 1976–20152
Copying Europe? Integration as a Citizenship Requirement in Australia2
Understanding Adverse Outcomes in Gulf Migration: Evidence from Administrative Data from Sri Lanka2
Spatial Assimilation at a Halt? Intergenerational Persistence in Neighborhood Contexts among Immigrant Minorities in Norway2
Restricting Human Movement During the COVID-19 Pandemic: New Research Avenues in the Study of Mobility, Migration, and Citizenship2
“No Place for Old Men”: Immigrant Duration, Wage Theft, and Economic Mobility among Day Laborers in Denver, Colorado2
The Map and the Territory: The Use of Country Information in Asylum Assessments2
Warriors Wanted: The Performance of Immigrants in the US Army2
Congregants and Citizens: Religion and Naturalization among US Immigrants2
The Legacy of Conflict: Reconstruction and Migration in the Aftermath of Civil War in Tajikistan2
The Polarizing Effect of Anti-Immigrant Violence on Radical Right Sympathies in Germany2
Badante or Bride? Patterns of Female Migration in Italy, Japan, Korea, and Spain2
The Integration Paradox: A Review and Meta-Analysis of the Complex Relationship Between Integration and Reports of Discrimination2
Collectivized Discretion: Seeking Explanations for Decreased Asylum Recognition Rates in Finland After Europe's 2015 “Refugee Crisis”2
Vulnerable and Resilient: Legal Status, Sources of Support, Maternal Knowledge, and the Family Routines of Mexican and Central American-origin Mothers in Los Angeles2
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