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  1. This paper elaborates an aspirations–capabilities framework to advance our understanding of human mobility as an intrinsic part of broader processes of social change. In order to achieve a more meaningful unde...

    Authors: Hein de Haas
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2021 9:8
  2. This article focuses on the labour market integration of highly qualified female refugees in cosmopolitan Berlin and smaller towns in the county of Brandenburg. Based on interviews with civil society organisat...

    Authors: Felicitas Hillmann and Burcu Toğral Koca
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2021 9:3
  3. This article will explore the extent to which a focus on the ‘local’ can tell us something meaningful about recent developments in the governance of displaced migrants and refugees. Taking a multi-sited approa...

    Authors: Nasar Meer, Claudio Dimaio, Emma Hill, Maria Angeli, Klara Oberg and Henrik Emilsson
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2021 9:2
  4. Many refugees fleeing from persecution across borders, find navigating the refugee registration system extremely complicated. In many border spaces, destination or transit countries, the difficult registration...

    Authors: Sara Riva and Gerhard Hoffstaedter
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2021 9:1

    The Correction to this article has been published in Comparative Migration Studies 2022 10:16

  5. In both Germany and France, perceptions of immigration, diversity and their societal consequences have undergone important transformations in the past two decades. However, existing research has only partially...

    Authors: Maria Schiller, Christine Lang, Karen Schönwälder and Michalis Moutselos
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:48
  6. In general, parental knowledge is known to support adolescents’ adaptation. Less is known about the role of parental knowledge in psychological (i.e., anxiety) and socio-cultural (i.e., school achievement) ada...

    Authors: Elina Turjanmaa and Inga Jasinskaja-Lahti
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:47

    The Correction to this article has been published in Comparative Migration Studies 2021 9:13

  7. This paper compares generations (G1, G1.5, G2, G3) of male Turkish migrants to Europe in their transnational behaviours: contact frequency, visits, remittances, property ownership and voting. We aim to explain...

    Authors: Jolien Klok, Theo van Tilburg, Tineke Fokkema and Bianca Suanet
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:46
  8. Whether refugees in need of protection should be granted long- or short-term residence permits in the host country upon arrival is a long-standing debate in the migration policy and scholarly literature. Right...

    Authors: Kristoffer Jutvik and Darrel Robinson
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:44
  9. The myth that Ghana is stable and peaceful, cause many refugees from across Africa and elsewhere, escaping wars from their countries to flee there. Whilst here, refugees face transitional problems in accultura...

    Authors: Beatrice Akua-Sakyiwah
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:43
  10. In this rejoinder for this special issue, we enter into dialogue with the various commentaries that our article "Between Fragmentation and Institutionalisation" received. In doing so, we address some of the co...

    Authors: Asya Pisarevskaya, Nathan Levy and Peter Scholten
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:40
  11. Over the last 30 years, as the CrossMigration project demonstrates, Migration Studies has been positively institutionalized in a number of ways. Further, a number of new theoretical interventions have signific...

    Authors: Steven Vertovec
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:38
  12. This commentary paper starts by questioning the assumption that migration means international migration, and goes on to affirm that migration studies has indeed come of age as a coherent if highly diverse rese...

    Authors: Russell King
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:35
  13. This commentary discusses the scope of institutionalization by providing a regional dimension of migration studies. A pivotal weakness of the article is its lack of understanding of Asian migration scholarship...

    Authors: Yuk Wah Chan
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:33
  14. Recent commentaries on migration integration suggest that researchers focus more on cities than nation states and include considerations of political economy, societal inequality and shifts in production. This...

    Authors: Kathryn Kopinak, Jenna Hennebry, Rosa Maria Soriano-Miras and Antonio Trinidad Requena
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:32
  15. Cities are taking a prominent role in solving global challenges, with a ‘new localism’ inviting a reorientation of power from nation-states downwards, outwards and globally. This special issue explores this ph...

    Authors: Caroline Oliver, Rianne Dekker, Karin Geuijen and Jacqueline Broadhead
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:30
  16. This study compares the longitudinal dynamics of labor market integration between asylum refugees, resettled refugees and their reunited family members. The labor market integration of the three refugee groups...

    Authors: Jussi Tervola
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:28
  17. It is clear that the field of migration studies has grown significantly over the past decades. What is less known is how this growth has taken place. This article combines bibliometric metadata with expert int...

    Authors: Nathan Levy, Asya Pisarevskaya and Peter Scholten
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:24

    The Correction to this article has been published in Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:29

  18. This paper contributes to the migration studies literature by a comparative analysis of local migration diversity governance in large, mid-sized and small cities, analysing the broader scope of the local dimen...

    Authors: Ilona van Breugel
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:23
  19. The reception of asylum seekers in Italy has become an increasingly contentious issue: many actors, public and private, are involved at various levels of government, and cooperative behaviour cannot be taken f...

    Authors: Francesca Campomori and Maurizio Ambrosini
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:22
  20. This paper reviews new evidence on the trends and patterns of migration between Africa and Europe since the mid-1970s, and discusses their congruency with the changing context of migration policy. Using data f...

    Authors: Cris Beauchemin, Marie-Laurence Flahaux and Bruno Schoumaker
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:19
  21. This article focuses on the interest and ability to acquire destination country nationality among non-EU-born adults in six European countries. While a sizeable literature has emerged on nationality policies a...

    Authors: Thomas Huddleston
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:18
  22. With about 2.7 million nationals residing elsewhere in the European Economic Area, Poland was the second largest country of origin of all intra-European migrants in 2018. After the country’s accession to the E...

    Authors: Oleksandr Ryndyk
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:17
  23. This paper argues that perceptions towards asylum seekers are shaped by both media representation as well as lived experiences in and around asylum accommodation. Drawing on Lefebvre’s spatial triad, the paper...

    Authors: Marielle Zill, Bas Spierings and Ilse Van Liempt
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:16
  24. In various European cities urban authorities and local stakeholders are exploring ways to tackle challenges arising from recent refugee flows. A central concern is the social integration of refugees: how to co...

    Authors: Rilke Mahieu and Rut Van Caudenberg
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:12
  25. Since the beginning of the twenty-first century and after two turning point events – 09-11 terrorist attacks and the ‘Arab spring’ – both migration control and democracy promotion became central issues within ...

    Authors: Luisa Faustini-Torres
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:9
  26. Water scarcity and management of this problem are increasingly acknowledged in development policies as well as in adaptation and migration discourse. In South Mediterranean countries, insufficient water suppli...

    Authors: Karolina Sobczak-Szelc and Naima Fekih
    Citation: Comparative Migration Studies 2020 8:8

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