Migration Studies

(The TQCC of Migration Studies is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-06-01 to 2024-06-01.)
Migration as Adaptation?61
Research on climate change and migration where are we and where are we going?29
To vote or not to vote? Migrant electoral (dis)engagement in an enlarged Europe22
‘We always open our doors for visitors’Hospitality as homemaking strategy for refugee women in Istanbul20
From the state of the art to new directions in researching what Brexit means for migration and migrants16
Twitter as social media arena for polarised social representations about the (im)migration: The controversial discourse in the Italian and international political frame15
Fixed places, shifting distances: remittance houses and migrants’ negotiation of home in Ecuador14
‘The library is like a mother’: Arrival infrastructures and migrant newcomers in East London13
The ethics of migration policy dilemmas12
Queer kinship and the rights of refugee families12
Floating sanctuaries: The ethics of search and rescue at sea11
Shoring up economic refugees: Venezuelan migrants in the Ecuadoran labor market10
Escaping from pollution: Air pollution and the settlement intentions of floating migrants in Chinese cities9
The impact of the Internet on migration aspirations and intentions9
What explains immigrant–native gaps in European labor markets: The role of institutions9
The role of migration in enhancing resilience to climate change7
Identity or interests? Religious conservatives’ attitudes toward Syrian refugees in Turkey7
Power and proliferation: Explaining the fragmentation of global migration governance6
Broadening the positionality in migration studies: Assigned insider category6
Chameleon brokers: A translocal take on migration industries in the Thai-Swedish wild berry business6
Migration and development in Ethiopia: Exploring the mechanisms behind an emerging mobility transition6
Discrimination against Roma: Evidence from two survey experiments in Norway6
Educational and migration aspirations among children of Mexican migrant returnees in a border context5
Urban citizenship for all? Exploring the limits of an agenda in São Paulo’s squats5
Addressing migrants’ well-being during COVID-19: An analysis of Chinese communities’ heritage language schools in Germany5
Restricting emigration for their protection? Exit controls and the protection of (women) migrant workers5
Climate change, human mobility, and development5
Renegotiating family: Social media and forced migration5
Welfare effect of international migration on the left-behind in Ghana: Evidence from machine learning5
Germany, year 2020. The tension between asylum right, border control, and economy, through the imperative of deservingness5
Immigrant legalization: A dilemma between justice and the rule of law5
The elusive triple win: addressing temporary labour migration dilemmas through fair representation5
Mind the gap: The role of family policies and the gender-egalitarian climate in shaping gender and ethnic labour market inequalities in Europe5
Foreigner, migrant, or refugee? How laypeople label those who cross borders5
Refugee protection: ‘Here’ or ‘there’?5
International politics of migration in times of ‘crisis’ and beyond the COVID-19 pandemic4
Estimating international migration flows for the Asia-Pacific region: Application of a generation–distribution model4
Migration and ‘pull factor’ traps4
Adolescent immigrant youth: Creating spaces of belonging4
Globalised citizenship and the perceived legitimacy of immigration control: narratives and acts of resistance in immigration detention4
Welcome in my back yard? Explaining cross-municipal opposition to refugees through outgroup size, outgroup proximity, and economic conditions4
Infrastructures of migration and the ordering of privilege in mobility4