Who is who in migration studies: 107 names worth knowing

During a recent conversation among migration scholars, a PhD candidate mentioned in passing that ‘I’m not really familiar with the names yet’. It was obvious that many of had a shared mental inventory of migration scholars. So I started wondering how this tacit knowledge might be made accessible to others.

How does one go about creating a list of names? I was weary of trying to identify “the most important people” on shaky grounds that said more about my own interests than the work of others. Moreover, I didn’t want to promote an obsession with citation metrics. And I knew I needed criteria that made it possible to come up with a list in a day or two; this wasn’t meant to be a research project of its own.

I decided to focus on people who have published extensively in migration studies journals. Virtually all migration scholars have also published elsewhere — articles in disciplinary or area studies journals, and books — but I think it’s fair to assume that researchers who self-identify as ‘migration scholars’ have made use of the interdisciplinary arena that’s provided by journals such as International Migration, the International Migration Review, and Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.

Perhaps I’ll repeat the exercise with a different set of criteria – please share your suggstions in the comments field!

Criteria and caveats

The 107 people listed here have all published at least 5 articles in the leading migration journals over the past 20 years (1995-2014). Their articles have appeared in at least two of the journals, and at least one of their articles has been published during the past decade.

I have defined ‘leading migration journals’ as the ones that are currently indexed in the SSCI and publish primarily migration-related articles. They are the following: Asian and Pacific Migration Journal (APMJ), Ethnic and Racial Studies (ERS), European Journal of Migration and Law (EJML), International Migration (IM), International Migration Review (IMR), Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies (JEMS), Journal of Refugee Studies (JRS), Population Space and Place (PSP). Perhaps I could also have included others, depending on how ‘primarily migration-related articles’ is interpreted. (For technical reasons, I’m only counting articles that were published after the respective journal was included in the SSCI.)

If I’d sat down to write a list of leading migration researchers, most of the names I would have come up are among these 107. But about a quarter of the names listed below are people I can’t say I’d heard of before. So in that sense, the list is a tool for exploration, not just confirmation. I hope that the list can introduce you too to scholars you didn’t know.

There are also people who would have been listed on my ‘subjective’ list who are not included here. For instance, there are anthropologists and economists who make important contributions to the field, but publish primarily in discipline-specific journals. And some migration scholars, like Alan Gamlen, Elzbieta Gozdziak, and Peter Scholten, have been busy running or setting up their own migration journals.

What does the list tell us?

It’s striking that there’s not a single person on the list based in Africa or Latin America. And the six people based in Asia are all working in countries of immigration. This geographical bias continues to be a major challenge for migration research.

Almost 40% of the names on the list are women. This figure reflects the feminization of migration research, documented by Russell King, Jenny Money and Martyna Murawska in their analysis of articles in JEMS.

The 107 names

Here are the 107 names listed by country, with hyperlinks to the alpabetical list below. I’ve used the affiliation that was reported in each scholar’s most recent publication, but updated a few that I know have changed affiliation in the meantime. A few of these scholars have retired, and the person with the most publications listed, Graeme Hugo, passed away last year.

The full entries below include a list of each person’s publication in migration journals (the ones that fulfill the criteria above, using the same abbreviations). Some of the publications are co-authored with others.

Australia: Stephen Castles / James Forrest / Fei Guo / Lesleyanne Hawthorne / Graeme Hugo / Robyn Iredale / Siew-Ean Khoo / Peter McDonald / Paul W.Miller Austria: Michael Jandl Belgium: Marco Martiniello / Karen Phalet Canada: Eric Fong / Shiva S. Halli / Feng Hou / Patricia Landolt / Bruce Newbold / Ravi Pendakur Fiji: Carmen Voigt-Graf Germany: Claudia Diehl / Thomas Faist / Bram Lancee / Stephen Vertovec Greece: Nicholas P. Glytsos / Theodore P. Lianos Israel: Anastasia Gorodzeisky / Yitchak Haberfeld / Rebeca Raijman / Larissa Remennick / Moshe Semyonov Italy: Anna Triandafyllidou Kuwait: Nasra M. Shah Netherlands: Maurice Crul / Kees Groenendijk / Arjen Leerkes / Valentina Mazzucato / Clara H. Mulder / Marlou Schrover / Maarten van Ham / Frank van Tubergen / Maykel Verkuyten New Zealand: Richard Bedford Norway: Jørgen Carling / Marta Bivand Erdal Portugal: João Peixoto Singapore: Md Mizanur Rahman / Brenda S.A. Yeoh / Min Zhou South Korea: In-Jin Yoon Sweden: Pieter Bevelander / Marita Eastmond Switzerland: Khalid Koser Taiwan: Hong-zen Wang Turkey: Ahmet İçduygu United Kingdom: Claire Alexander / Richard Black / Alice Bloch / Katharine Charsley / Michael Collyer / Hein de Haas / Franck Düvell / Alan M.Findlay / Ralph Grillo / Ron Johnston / Russell King / Eleonore Kofman / Ewa Morawska / Nicola Piper / Parvati Raghuram / Louise Ryan / Nina Glick Schiller / Ludi Simpson / Ronald Skeldon / Miri Song / Aileen Stockdale / Kevin J.A. Thomas / Nicholas Van Hear United States: Victor Agadjanian / Ilana R. Akresh / Richard Alba
Rogers Brubaker / Barry R. Chiswick / Jeffrey H. Cohen / Philip Connor / Katharine M. Donato / Mark Ellis / Patricia Fernandez-Kelly / Nancy Foner / Lingxin Hao / José Itzigsohn / Philip Kasinitz / Loren B. Landau / Peggy Levitt / Zai Liang / Ivan Light / John R. Logan / Lindsay Lowell / Philip Martin / Susan Martin / Douglas S. Massey / Cecilia Menjívar / Pyong Gap Min / Alejandro Portes / Marta Tienda / Roger Waldinger / Andreas Wimmer / Richard Wright

Victor Agadjanian

Arizona State University (United States) // ‘Embedding or Uprooting? The Effects of International Labour Migration on Rural Households in Armenia’ (IM 2014), ‘Economic Incorporation, Civil Inclusion, and Social Ties: Plans to Return Home Among Central Asian Migrant Women in Moscow, Russia’ (IMR 2014), ‘Male Migration, Women Left Behind, and Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Armenia’ (IMR 2010), ‘Forced migration and HIV/AIDS risks in Angola’ (IM 2008), ‘Eager to leave? Intentions to migrate abroad among young people in Kyrgyzstan’ (IMR 2008)

Ilana R. Akresh

University of Illinois (United States) // ‘Home Equity of New Legal Immigrants in the United States: An Evaluation of Three Key Theoretical Perspectives’ (IMR 2013), ‘Immigrants’ religious participation in the United States’ (ERS 2011), ‘Through the front door: The housing outcomes of new lawful immigrants’ (IMR 2008), ‘Contexts of English language use among immigrants to the United States’ (IMR 2007), ‘Occupational mobility among legal immigrants to the United States’ (IMR 2006)

Richard Alba

City University of New York (United States) // ‘The twilight of ethnicity: what relevance for today?’ (ERS 2014), ‘Mexican Americans as a paradigm for contemporary intra-group heterogeneity’ (ERS 2014), ‘Comparing Immigrant Integration in North America and Western Europe: How Much Do the Grand Narratives Tell Us?’ (IMR 2014), ‘The Role of Immigrant Enclaves for Latino Residential Inequalities’ (JEMS 2014), ‘Immigrant religion in the US and Western Europe: Bridge or barrier to inclusion?’ (IMR 2008), ‘Segmented assimilation in France? Discrimination in the labour market against the second generation’ (ERS 2007), ‘Bright vs. blurred boundaries: Second-generation assimilation and exclusion in France, Germany, and the United States’ (ERS 2005), ‘Enclaves and entrepreneurs: Assessing the payoff for immigrants and minorities’ (IMR 2003), ‘Decolonization immigrations and the social origins of the second generation: The case of North Africans in France’ (IMR 2002), ‘The new second generation in the United States’ (IMR 2002), ‘Ethnic segmentation in the American metropolis: Increasing divergence in economic incorporation 1980-1990’ (IMR 2000), ‘Rethinking assimilation theory for a new era of immigration’ (IMR 1997), ‘Neighborhood Change Under Conditions Of Mass Immigration – The New-York-City Region, 1970-1990’ (IMR 1995)

Claire Alexander

University of Manchester (United Kingdom) // ‘The Empire Strikes Back: 30 years on’ (ERS 2014), ‘Contested memories: the Shahid Minar and the struggle for diasporic space’ (ERS 2013), ‘Marriage, Migration, Multiculturalism: Gendering ‘The Bengal Diaspora’’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Contesting cultural communities: Language, ethnicity and citizenship in Britain’ (JEMS 2007), ‘Beyond black: re-thinking the colour/culture divide’ (ERS 2002)

Richard Bedford

Auckland University of Technology (New Zealand) // ‘Competing for Talent: Diffusion of An Innovation in New Zealand’s Immigration Policy’ (IMR 2014), ‘Engaging with New Zealand’s Recognized Seasonal Employer Work Policy: The Case of Tuvalu’ (APMJ 2010), ‘Immigrants from the Pacific: “Drain on the Economy” or Active Participation in the Labor Force?’ (APMJ 2010), ‘Asian transnational families in New Zealand: Dynamics and challenges’ (IM 2008), ‘The neighborhood effect the Pacific in Aotaearoa and Australia’ (APMJ 2007), ‘Divided loyalties and fractured sovereignty: transnationalism and the nation-state in Aotearoa/New Zealand’ (JEMS 2003)

Pieter Bevelander

Malmö University (Sweden) // ‘The labour market integration of refugee and family reunion immigrants: a comparison of outcomes in Canada and Sweden’ (JEMS 2014), ‘How many hours do you have to work to be integrated? Full-time and part-time employment of native and ethnic minority women in the Netherlands’ (IM 2012), ‘Voting and Social Inclusion in Sweden’ (IM 2011), ‘Young people’s attitudes towards Muslims in Sweden’ (ERS 2010), ‘Social capital and voting participation of immigrants and minorities in Canada’ (ERS 2009), ‘Patterns of transition: Female native Dutch and ethnic minority employment patterns in the Dutch labour market, 1991 and 2002’ (JEMS 2006), ‘The employment status of immigrant women: The case of Sweden’ (IMR 2005), ‘Variation in perspective: The employment success of ethnic minority males in the Netherlands, 1988-2002’ (IM 2004)

Richard Black

SOAS University of London (United Kingdom) // ‘Distance, Transnational Arrangements, and Return Decisions of Senegalese, Ghanaian, and Congolese Migrants’ (IMR 2014), ‘Strengthening Data and Research Tools on Migration and Development’ (IM 2009), ‘Sustainable return in post-conflict contexts’ (IM 2006), ‘The limits to ‘transnationalism’: Bosnian and Eritrean refugees in Europe as emerging transnational communities’ (ERS 2001), ‘Fifty years of refugee studies: From theory to policy’ (IMR 2001), ‘Limits to harmonization: The “Temporary protection” of refugees in the European Union’ (IM 1999)

Alice Bloch

University of Manchester (United Kingdom) // ‘Living in Fear: Rejected Asylum Seekers Living as Irregular Migrants in England’ (JEMS 2014), ‘Irregular migration in a globalizing world’ (ERS 2011), ‘Migration routes and strategies of young undocumented migrants in England: a qualitative perspective’ (ERS 2011), ‘Zimbabweans in Britain: Transnational activities and capabilities’ (JEMS 2008), ‘Methodological challenges for national and multi-sited comparative survey research’ (JRS 2007), ‘At the extremes of exclusion: Deportation, detention and dispersal’ (ERS 2005), ‘Refugee women in Europe: Some aspects of the legal and policy dimensions’ (IM 2000)

Rogers Brubaker

University of California, Los Angeles (United States) // ‘Beyond ethnicity’ (ERS 2014), ‘Nationalizing states revisited: projects and processes of nationalization in post-Soviet states’ (ERS 2011), ‘The ‘diaspora’ diaspora’ (ERS 2005), ‘The return of assimilation? Changing perspectives on immigration and its sequels in France, Germany, and the United States’ (ERS 2001), ‘Migrations of ethnic unmixing in the “New Europe”‘ (IMR 1998), ‘Nationalizing states in the old ‘New Europe’ – And the new’ (ERS 1996), ‘Aftermaths Of Empire And The Unmixing Of Peoples – Historical And Comparative Perspectives’ (ERS 1995), ‘Modes Of Immigration Politics In Liberal Democratic-States – Comments’ (IMR 1995)

Jørgen Carling

Peace Research Institute Oslo (Norway) // ‘Return Migration and Transnationalism: How Are the Two Connected?’ (IM 2014), ‘Return Migration Intentions in the Integration-Transnationalism Matrix’ (IM 2014), ‘Scripting Remittances: Making Sense of Money Transfers in Transnational Relationships’ (IMR 2014), ‘The International Migration Review at 50: Reflecting on Half a Century of International Migration Research and Looking Ahead’ (IMR 2014), ‘The Capacity and Desire to Remit: Comparing Local and Transnational Influences’ (JEMS 2013), ‘How does Conflict in Migrants’ Country of Origin Affect Remittance-Sending? Financial Priorities and Transnational Obligations Among Somalis and Pakistanis in Norway’ (IMR 2012), ‘Mobility, Moralities and Motherhood: Navigating the Contingencies of Cape Verdean Lives’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Central Themes in the Study of Transnational Parenthood’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Mobility at the Heart of a Nation: Patterns and Meanings of Cape Verdean Migration’ (IM 2009), ‘The human dynamics of migrant transnationalism’ (ERS 2008), ‘Toward a demography of immigrant communities and their transnational potential’ (IMR 2008), ‘Unauthorized migration from Africa to Spain’ (IM 2007), ‘Migration control and migrant fatalities at the Spanish-African borders’ (IMR 2007), ‘On the edge of the Chinese diaspora: The surge of baihuo business in an African city’ (ERS 2005)

Stephen Castles

University of Sydney (Australia) // ‘Cosmopolitanism and freedom? Lessons of the global economic crisis’ (ERS 2012), ‘Understanding Global Migration: A Social Transformation Perspective’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Development and Migration or Migration and Development: What Comes First?’ (APMJ 2009), ‘Twenty-first-century migration as a challenge to sociology’ (JEMS 2007), ‘Guestworkers in Europe: A resurrection?’ (IMR 2006), ‘Why migration policies fail’ (ERS 2004), ‘The factors that make and unmake migration policies’ (IMR 2004), ‘Migration and community formation under conditions of globalization’ (IMR 2002)

Katharine Charsley

University of Bristol (United Kingdom) // ‘Marital instability among British Pakistanis: transnationality, conjugalities and Islam’ (ERS 2014), ‘Marriage-Related Migration to the UK’ (IMR 2012), ‘An Audible Minority: Migration, Settlement and Identity Among English Graduates in Scotland’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Risk, trust, gender and transnational cousin marriage among British Pakistanis’ (ERS 2007), ‘Risk and ritual: The protection of British Pakistani women in transnational marriage’ (JEMS 2006)

Barry R. Chiswick

University of Illinois (United States) // ‘Social Contacts and the Economic Performance of Immigrants: A Panel Study of Immigrants in Germany’ (IMR 2012), ‘The Effects of Educational-Occupational Mismatch on Immigrant Earnings in Australia, with International Comparisons’ (IMR 2010), ‘Occupational choice of high skilled immigrants in the united states’ (IM 2007), ‘Immigrants’ language skills and visa category’ (IMR 2006), ‘A longitudinal analysis of immigrant occupational mobility: A test of the immigrant assimilation hypothesis’ (IMR 2005), ‘Immigrants’ language skills: The Australian Experience in a longitudinal survey’ (IMR 2004), ‘Patterns of immigrant occupational attainment in a longitudinal survey’ (IM 2003), ‘The effect of linguistic distance and country of origin on immigrant language skills: Application to Israel’ (IM 2001), ‘Language skill definition: A study of legalized aliens’ (IMR 1998)

Jeffrey H. Cohen

Ohio State University (United States) // ‘Latino Immigrants, Discrimination and Reception in Columbus, Ohio’ (IM 2013), ‘Oaxacan Migration and Remittances as they Relate to Mexican Migration Patterns’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Gender and migration in the central valleys of Oaxaca’ (IM 2008), ‘Generations and motivations: Russian and other former Soviet immigrants in Costa Rica’ (IM 2005), ‘Remittance outcomes in rural Oaxaca, Mexico: Challenges, options and opportunities for migrant households’ (PSP 2005)

Michael Collyer

University of Sussex (United Kingdom) // ‘Developing dynamic categorisations of transit migration’ (PSP 2012), ‘Critical approaches to transit migration’ (PSP 2012), ‘Stranded Migrants and the Fragmented Journey’ (JRS 2010), ‘Migration and Development: The Euro-Moroccan Experience’ (JEMS 2009), ‘The reinvention of political community in a transnational setting: framing the Kabyle citizens’ movement’ (ERS 2008), ‘Secret agents: Anarchists, Islamists and responses to politically active refugees in London’ (ERS 2005), ‘When do social networks fail to explain migration? Accounting for the movement of Algerian asylum-seekers to the UK’ (JEMS 2005)

Philip Connor

Pew Research Center (United States) // ‘Quantifying immigrant diversity in Europe’ (ERS 2014), ‘Incorporating Faith: Religion and Immigrant Incorporation in the West Guest’ (IM 2013), ‘Bridges and Barriers: Religion and Immigrant Occupational Attainment across Integration Contexts’ (IMR 2013), ‘Balm for The Soul: Immigrant Religion and Emotional Well-Being’ (IM 2012), ‘Religion and Migration around the Globe: Introducing the Global Religion and Migration Database’ (IMR 2011), ‘Contexts of immigrant receptivity and immigrant religious outcomes: the case of Muslims in Western Europe’ (ERS 2010), ‘Economic Outcomes among Latino Migrants to Spain and the United States: Differences by Source Region and Legal Status’ (IMR 2010), ‘Explaining the Refugee Gap: Economic Outcomes of Refugees versus Other Immigrants’ (JRS 2010)

Maurice Crul

University of Amsterdam (Netherlands) // ‘Snakes and Ladders in Educational Systems: Access to Higher Education for Second-Generation Turks in Europe’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Comparative integration context theory: participation and belonging in new diverse European cities’ (ERS 2010), ‘The second generation in Europe and the united states: How is the transatlantic debate relevant for further research on the European second generation?’ (JEMS 2007), ‘The Turkish and Moroccan second generation in the Netherlands: Divergent trends between and polarization within the two groups’ (IMR 2003), ‘The second generation in Belgium’ (IMR 2003)

Claudia Diehl

University of Konstanz (Germany) // ‘God Can Wait – New Migrants in Germany Between Early Adaptation and Religious Reorganization’ (IM 2013), ‘Not In My Kitchen? Ethnic Discrimination and Discrimination Intentions in Shared Housing among University Students in Germany’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Religiosity and gender equality: comparing natives and Muslim migrants in Germany’ (ERS 2009), ‘Reactive ethnicity or “assimilation”? Statements, arguments, and first empirical evidence for labor migrants in Germany’ (IMR 2006), ‘Rights or identity? Naturalization processes among “Labor migrants” in Germany’ (IMR 2003)

Katharine M. Donato

Vanderbilt University (United States) // ‘The Double Disadvantage Reconsidered: Gender, Immigration, Marital Status, and Global Labor Force Participation in the 21st Century’ (IMR 2014), ‘Variations in the Gender Composition of Immigrant Populations: How They Matter’ (IMR 2011), ‘The cat and mouse game at the Mexico-US border: Gendered patterns and recent shifts’ (IMR 2008), ‘Mapping gender and migration in sociological scholarship: Is it segregation or integration?’ (IMR 2006), ‘Immigration policy and employment conditions of US immigrants from Mexico, Nicaragua, and the Dominican Republic’ (IM 2005)

Franck Düvell

University of Oxford (United Kingdom) // ‘Dynamic Migration Intentions and the Impact of Socio-Institutional Environments: A Transit Migration Hub in Turkey’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Transit migration: A blurred and politicised concept’ (PSP 2012), ‘Critical approaches to transit migration’ (PSP 2012), ‘Paths into Irregularity: The Legal and Political Construction of Irregular Migration’ (EJML 2011), ‘Ethical Issues in Irregular Migration Research in Europe’ (PSP 2010), ‘Immigration control and the management of economic migration in the United Kingdom: organisational culture, implementation, enforcement and identity processes in public services’ (JEMS 2003)

Marita Eastmond

University of Gothenburg (Sweden) // ‘Safeguarding a Child Perspective in Asylum Reception: Dilemmas of Children’s Case Workers in Sweden’ (JRS 2013), ‘Egalitarian Ambitions, Constructions of Difference: The Paradoxes of Refugee Integration in Sweden’ (JEMS 2011), ‘In the Best Interest of the Child? The Politics of Vulnerability and Negotiations for Asylum in Sweden’ (JEMS 2011), ‘Stories as lived experience: Narratives in forced migration research’ (JRS 2007), ‘Transnational returns and reconstruction in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina’ (IM 2006)

Mark Ellis

University of Washington (United States) // ‘The Great Recession and the Allure of New Immigrant Destinations in the United States’ (IMR 2014), ‘Reinventing US Internal Migration Studies in the Age of International Migration’ (PSP 2012), ‘Immigrant Niches and the Intrametropolitan Spatial Division of Labour’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Reconsidering both Diversity and Segregation: A Reply to Poulsen, Johnston and Forrest, and to Peach’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Place, scale and the racial claims made for multiracial children in the 1990 US Census’ (ERS 2009), ‘Local Contexts of Immigrant and Second-Generation Integration in the United States’ (JEMS 2009), ‘1.5 generation internal migration in the US: Dispersion from states of immigration?’ (IMR 2006), ‘Partnering ‘out’ and fitting in: Residential segregation and the neighbourhood contexts of mixed-race households’ (PSP 2005), ‘The industrial division of labor among immigrants and internal migrants to the Los Angeles economy’ (IMR 1999), ‘When immigrants are not migrants: Counting arrivals of the foreign born using the US census’ (IMR 1998), ‘The circular migration of Puerto Rican women: Towards a gendered explanation’ (IM 1996)

Marta Bivand Erdal

Peace Research Institute Oslo (Norway) // ‘Return Migration and Transnationalism: How Are the Two Connected?’ (IM 2014), ‘Migrant Transnationalism and Multi-Layered Integration: Norwegian-Pakistani Migrants’ Own Reflections’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Migrant Balancing Acts: Understanding the Interactions Between Integration and Transnationalism’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Who is the Money for? Remittances within and beyond the Household in Pakistan’ (APMJ 2012), ‘How does Conflict in Migrants’ Country of Origin Affect Remittance-Sending? Financial Priorities and Transnational Obligations Among Somalis and Pakistanis in Norway’ (IMR 2012), ‘A Place to Stay in Pakistan’: Why Migrants Build Houses in their Country of Origin’ (PSP 2012), ‘Contributing to Development? Transnational Activities among Tamils in Norway’ (APMJ 2009)

Thomas Faist

University of Bielefeld (Germany) // ‘The mobility turn: a new paradigm for the social sciences?’ (ERS 2013), ‘De-naturalizing the national in research methodologies: key concepts of transnational studies in migration’ (ERS 2012), ‘Towards Transnational Studies: World Theories, Transnationalisation and Changing Institutions’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Migrants as transnational development agents: An inquiry into the newest round of the miaration-development nexus’ (PSP 2008), ‘Dual citizenship as a path-dependent process’ (IMR 2004), ‘Extension du domaine de la lutte: International Migration and Security before and after September 11, 2001’ (IMR 2002), ‘Transnationalization in international migration: implications for the study of citizenship and culture’ (ERS 2000), ‘Ethnicization And Racialization Of Welfare-State Politics In Germany And The Usa’ (ERS 1995)

Patricia Fernandez-Kelly

Princeton University (United States) // ‘Rethinking the deserving body: altruism, markets, and political action in health care provision’ (ERS 2012), ‘Life on the edge: immigrants confront the American health system’ (ERS 2012), ‘The Adaptation of the Immigrant Second Generation in America: A Theoretical Overview and Recent Evidence’ (JEMS 2009), ‘‘Murdering the alphabet’ identity and entrepreneurship among second-generation Cubans, west Indians, and central Americans’ (ERS 2005), ‘Segmented assimilation on the ground: The new second generation in early adulthood’ (ERS 2005)

Alan M.Findlay

University St Andrews (United Kingdom) // ‘Migration and Demographic Change’ (PSP 2013), ‘An Assessment of Supply and Demand-side Theorizations of International Student Mobility’ (IM 2011), ‘In what sense English? An exploration of English migrant identities and identification’ (JEMS 2004), ‘A cultural economy perspective on service sector migration in the global city: The case of Hong Kong’ (IM 1998), ‘A migration channels approach to the study of professionals moving to and from Hong Kong’ (IMR 1998)

Nancy Foner

City University of New York (United States) // ‘Reflections on reflections about the future of ethnicity’ (ERS 2014), ‘Comparing Immigrant Integration in North America and Western Europe: How Much Do the Grand Narratives Tell Us?’ (IMR 2014), ‘Gender and Migration: West Indians in Comparative Perspective’ (IM 2009), ‘Immigrant religion in the US and Western Europe: Bridge or barrier to inclusion?’ (IMR 2008), ‘How exceptional is New York? Migration and multiculturalism in the empire city’ (ERS 2007), ‘Beyond the melting pot three decades later: Recent immigrants and New York’s new ethnic mixture’ (IMR 2000), ‘The immigrant family: Cultural legacies and cultural changes’ (IMR 1997)

Eric Fong

University of Toronto (Canada) // ‘Moving Out and Staying in the Ethnic Economy’ (IM 2013), ‘The Effect of Economic Standing, Individual Preferences, and Co-ethnic Resources on Immigrant Residential Clustering’ (IMR 2010), ‘Patterns of participation in informal social activities among Chinese immigrants in Toronto’ (IMR 2006), ‘The social consequences of participating in the ethnic economy’ (IMR 2002), ‘The spatial assimilation model reexamined: An assessment by Canadian data’ (IMR 1999)

James Forrest

Macquarie University (Australia) // ‘The Housing Resettlement Experience of Refugee Immigrants to Australia’ (JRS 2013), ‘Moving On from Indices, Refocusing on Mix: On Measuring and Understanding Ethnic Patterns of Residential Segregation’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Temporary and Disadvantaged? The Economic and Spatial Assimilation of New Zealand Maori in Sydney’ (PSP 2009), ‘Blacks and Hispanics in urban America: Similar patterns of residential segregation?’ (PSP 2006), ‘The occupational attainment of immigrant groups in Australia’ (IM 2000)

Nicholas P. Glytsos

Centre of Planning and Economic Research (Greece) // ‘Theoretical Considerations and Empirical Evidence on Brain Drain Grounding the Review of Albania’s and Bulgaria’s Experience1’ (IM 2010), ‘Stepping from illegality to legality and advancing towards integration: The case of immigrants in Greece’ (IMR 2005), ‘The role of migrant remittances in development: Evidence from Mediterranean countries’ (IM 2002), ‘Greek immigrants in Australia: Demographic developments and economic integration’ (IM 1997), ‘Problems And Policies Regarding The Socioeconomic Integration Of Returnees And Foreign-Workers In Greece’ (IM 1995)

Anastasia Gorodzeisky

Ben Gurion University Negev (Israel) // ‘Mechanisms of exclusion: attitudes toward allocation of social rights to out-group population’ (ERS 2013), ‘Two Dimensions to Economic Incorporation: Soviet Immigrants in the Israeli Labour Market’ (JEMS 2011), ‘Terms of exclusion: public views towards admission and allocation of rights to immigrants in European countries’ (ERS 2009), ‘Labor migration, remittances and household income: A comparison between Filipino and Filipina overseas workers’ (IMR 2005), ‘Occupational destinations and economic mobility of Filipino overseas workers’ (IMR 2004)

Ralph Grillo

University of Sussex (United Kingdom) // ‘Regulation of Speech in Multicultural Societies: Introduction’ (JEMS 2014), ‘An excess of alterity? Debating difference in a multicultural society’ (ERS 2007), ‘Betwixt and between: Trajectories and projects of transmigration’ (JEMS 2007), ‘‘Saltdean can’t Cope’: Protests against asylum-seekers in an English seaside suburb’ (ERS 2005), ‘Islam and Transnationalism’ (JEMS 2004)

Kees Groenendijk

University of Nijmegen (Netherlands) // ‘Recent Developments in EU Law on Migration: The Legislative Patchwork and the Court’s Approach’ (EJML 2014), ‘Pre-departure Integration Strategies in the European Union: Integration or Immigration Policy?’ (EJML 2011), ‘Family reunification as a right under community law’ (EJML 2006), ‘Legal concepts of integration in EU migration law’ (EJML 2004), ‘Converging criteria: Creating an area of security of residence for Europe’s third country nationals’ (EJML 2001)

Fei Guo

Macquarie University (Australia) // ‘Introduction to the Special Collection South-South Migrations: What is (Still) on the Research Agenda?’ (IMR 2014), ‘Demographic Structure and International Student Mobility: An Investigation of Chinese Students in Australia’ (APMJ 2010), ‘Fertility behaviors of rural-to-urban migrants in China’ (APMJ 2007), ‘The impact of Hukou status on migrants’ employment – Findings from the 1997 be migrant census’ (IMR 2004), ‘Gender differences in determinants of temporary labor migration in China: A multilevel analysis’ (IMR 1999), ‘Occupational attainments of rural to urban temporary economic migrants in China, 1985-1990’ (IMR 1996)

Hein de Haas

University of Oxford (United Kingdom) // ‘The Globalization of Migration: Has the World Become More Migratory?’ (IMR 2014), ‘Migration and Development on the South-North Frontier: A Comparison of the Mexico-US and Morocco-EU cases’ (JEMS 2013), ‘The Migration and Development Pendulum: A Critical View on Research and Policy’ (IM 2012), ‘Developing dynamic categorisations of transit migration’ (PSP 2012), ‘Critical approaches to transit migration’ (PSP 2012), ‘Migration and Development: A Theoretical Perspective’ (IMR 2010), ‘The Internal Dynamics of Migration Processes: A Theoretical Inquiry’ (JEMS 2010), ‘International Migration and Regional Development in Morocco: A Review’ (JEMS 2009), ‘Morocco’s migration experience: A transitional perspective’ (IM 2007), ‘Cherishing the goose with the golden eggs: Trends in migrant remittances from Europe to Morocco 1970-2004’ (IMR 2006)

Yitchak Haberfeld

Tel Aviv University (Israel) // ‘Self-Selection and Economic Assimilation of Immigrants: The Case of Iranian Immigrants Arriving to Three Countries During 1979-1985’ (IMR 2014), ‘Estimating Self-Selection of Immigrants: Comparing Earnings Differentials Between Natives and Immigrants in the US and Israel’ (IM 2013), ‘Ethnicity and mixed ethnicity: Educational gaps among Israeli-born Jews’ (ERS 2007), ‘Economic integration among children of Israeli immigrants in the United States’ (IM 2003), ‘Second-generation Jewish immigrants in Israel: have the ethnic gaps in schooling and earnings declined?’ (ERS 1998)

Shiva S. Halli

University of Manitoba (Canada) // ‘Labor Market Experiences of Canadian Immigrants with Focus on Foreign Education and Experience’ (IMR 2009), ‘Double advantage? Violence against Canadian migrant women from “developed” nations’ (IM 2003), ‘Immigrants and ‘new poverty’: The case of Canada’ (IMR 2001), ‘The colour of poverty: A study of the poverty of ethnic and immigrant groups in Canada’ (IM 2000), ‘A comparative study of immigrant and non-immigrant families in Canada with special reference to income, 1986’ (IM 1997)

Maarten van Ham

Delft University Technology (Netherlands) // ‘A Longitudinal Study of Migration Propensities for Mixed- Ethnic Unions in England and Wales’ (JEMS 2014), ‘The Ethnic Dimensions of Suburbanisation in Estonia’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Partner (dis)agreement on moving desires and the subsequent moving behaviour of couples’ (PSP 2012), ‘The Globalisation of Marriage Fields: The Swedish Case’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Migration histories and occupational achievement’ (PSP 2005)

Lingxin Hao

Johns Hopkins University (United States) // ‘Admission-Group Salary Differentials in the United States: The Significance of the Labour-Market Institutional Selection of High-Skilled Workers’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Immigration and the American Obesity Epidemic’ (IMR 2009), ‘Neighborhood and school factors in the school performance of immigrants’ children’ (IMR 2007), ‘Wealth of immigrant and native-born Americans’ (IMR 2004), ‘The price of uniformity: language, family and personality adjustment in the immigrant second generation’ (ERS 2002)

Lesleyanne Hawthorne

University of Melbourne (Australia) // ‘Indian Students and the Evolution of the Study-Migration Pathway in Australia’ (IM 2014), ‘Australian Employer Response to the Study-Migration Pathway: The Quantitative Evidence 2007-2011’ (IM 2014), ‘How Valuable is “Two-Step Migration”? Labor Market Outcomes for International Student Migrants to Australia’ (APMJ 2010), ‘Picking winners: The recent transformation of Australia’s skilled migration policy’ (IMR 2005), ‘Qualifications recognition reform for skilled migrants in Australia: Applying competency-based assessment to overseas-qualified nurses’ (IM 2002), ‘The question of discrimination: Skilled migrants’ access to Australian employment’ (IM 1997), ‘Asian student migration to Australia’ (IM 1996)

Feng Hou

University of Victoria (Canada) // ‘Interracial marriage and status-caste exchange in Canada and the United States’ (ERS 2013), ‘Why Immigrant Background Matters for University Participation: A Comparison of Switzerland and Canada’ (IMR 2013), ‘Bosses of Their Own: Are the Children of Immigrants More Likely to be Self-Employed than their Parents?’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Reversal of Fortunes or Continued Success? Cohort Differences in Education and Earnings of Childhood Immigrants1’ (IMR 2010), ‘Immigrants working with co-ethnics: Who are they and how do they fare?’ (IM 2009), ‘Poverty dynamics among recent immigrants to Canada’ (IMR 2008), ‘Changes in the initial destinations and redistribution of Canada’s major immigrant groups: Reexamining the role of group affinity’ (IMR 2007), ‘Learning the language of a new country: A ten-year study of English acquisition by South-East Asian refugees in Canada’ (IM 2006)

Graeme Hugo

University of Adelaide (Australia) // ‘Skilled Migration in Australia: Policy and Practice’ (APMJ 2014), ‘The Role of International Migration in Australia’s Research Workforce’ (APMJ 2014), ‘From Permanent Settlement to Transnationalism – Contemporary Population Movement between Italy and Australia: Trends and Implications’ (IM 2014), ‘The Economic Contribution of Humanitarian Settlers in Australia’ (IM 2014), ‘A Multi Sited Approach to Analysis of Destination Immigration Data: An Asian Example’ (IMR 2014), ‘Change and Continuity in Australian International Migration Policy’ (IMR 2014), ‘Environment-related Resettlement in China: A Case Study of the Ganzi Tibetan Autonomous Prefecture in Sichuan Province’ (APMJ 2013), ‘Skilled Migration from Europe to Australia’ (PSP 2011), ‘The Indian and Chinese Academic Diaspora in Australia: A Comparison’ (APMJ 2010), ‘Sri Lankan Female Domestic Workers Overseas – The Impact on Their Children’ (APMJ 2010), ‘Skilled Temporary Migration from Asia-Pacific Countries to Australia’ (APMJ 2009), ‘Displacement and Economic Consequences of the Three Gorges Project: A Case Study of Resettlers in Sichuan Province’ (APMJ 2009), ‘Best Practice in Temporary Labour Migration for Development: A Perspective from Asia and the Pacific’ (IM 2009), ‘Care Worker Migration, Australia and Development’ (PSP 2009), ‘Which skilled temporary migrants become permanent residents and why?’ (IMR 2008), ‘Immigrant Settlement Outside of Australia’s Capital Cities’ (PSP 2008), ‘International Migration to Non-Metropolitan Areas of High Income Countries: Editorial Introduction’ (PSP 2008), ‘Temporary skilled migration to Australia: Employers’ perspectives’ (IM 2007), ‘A global labor market: Factors motivating the sponsorship and temporary migration of skilled workers to Australia’ (IMR 2007), ‘An Australian diaspora?’ (IM 2006), ‘Australian immigration policy: The significance of the events of September 11’ (IMR 2002), ‘Environmental concerns and international migration’ (IMR 1996)

Ahmet İçduygu

Koç University (Turkey) // ‘Two-to-Tango in Migration Diplomacy: Negotiating Readmission Agreement between the EU and Turkey’ (EJML 2014), ‘The International Migration System Between Turkey and Russia: Project-Tied Migrant Workers in Moscow’ (IM 2012), ‘Rethinking transit migration in Turkey: reality and re-presentation in the creation of a migratory phenomenon’ (PSP 2012), ‘The politics of population in a nation-building process: emigration of non-Muslims from Turkey’ (ERS 2008), ‘How do smuggling and trafficking operate via irregular border crossings in the Middles East? Evidence from fieldwork in Turkey’ (IM 2002), ‘Socio-economic development and international migration: A Turkish study’ (IM 2001), ‘The ethnic question in an environment of insecurity: the Kurds in Turkey’ (ERS 1999), ‘The consequences of international migration for the status of women: A Turkish study’ (IM 1997), ‘Becoming a new citizen in an immigration country: Turks in Australia and Sweden and some comparative implications’ (IM 1996)

Robyn Iredale

Australian National University (Australia) // ‘The Australian Labor Market for Medical Practitioners and Nurses: Training, Migration and Policy Issues’ (APMJ 2010), ‘“Luring Overseas Trained Doctors to Australia: Issues of Training, Regulating and Trading’’’ (IM 2009), ‘Teaching at home or overseas: Teacher migration from Fiji and the Cook Islands’ (APMJ 2007), ‘The impact of Hukou status on migrants’ employment – Findings from the 1997 be migrant census’ (IMR 2004), ‘The migration of professionals: Theories and typologies’ (IM 2001), ‘Migration policies for the highly skilled in the Asia-Pacific region’ (IMR 2000), ‘The need to import skilled personnel: Factors favouring and hindering its international mobility’ (IM 1999), ‘The impact of immigration of school education in New South Wales, Australia’ (IMR 1997), ‘Human resources development in APEC and Australia’s migration and training policies’ (IM 1996)

José Itzigsohn

Brown University (United States) // ‘Immigrant incorporation and racial identity: Racial self-identification among Dominican immigrants’ (ERS 2005), ‘Incorporation, transnationalism, and gender: Immigrant incorporation and transnational participation as gendered processes’ (IMR 2005), ‘Immigrant incorporation and sociocultural transnationalism’ (IMR 2002), ‘Immigration and the boundaries of citizenship: The institutions of immigrants’ political transnationalism’ (IMR 2000), ‘Mapping Dominican transnationalism: narrow and broad transnational practices’ (ERS 1999)

Michael Jandl

United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime (Austria) // ‘Methods, Approaches and Data Sources for Estimating Stocks of Irregular Migrants’ (IM 2011), ‘Irregular migration, human smuggling, and the eastern enlargement of the European Union’ (IMR 2007), ‘Report: Innovative concepts for alternative migration policies’ (JEMS 2007), ‘Human smuggling as a transnational service industry: Evidence from Austria’ (IM 2006), ‘The relationship between human smuggling and the asylum system in Austria’ (JEMS 2004)

Ron Johnston

University of Bristol (United Kingdom) // ‘The Housing Resettlement Experience of Refugee Immigrants to Australia’ (JRS 2013), ‘Economic activity in the South-Asian population in Britain: the impact of ethnicity, religion, and class’ (ERS 2011), ‘Immigration, Multiculturalism and Geography: Inter-group Contact and Attitudes to Immigrants and Cultural Diversity in New Zealand’ (APMJ 2010), ‘Moving On from Indices, Refocusing on Mix: On Measuring and Understanding Ethnic Patterns of Residential Segregation’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Temporary and Disadvantaged? The Economic and Spatial Assimilation of New Zealand Maori in Sydney’ (PSP 2009), ‘Sustaining and creating migration chains among skilled immigrant groups: Chinese, Indians and South Africans in New Zealand’ (JEMS 2006), ‘Blacks and Hispanics in urban America: Similar patterns of residential segregation?’ (PSP 2006), ‘The occupational attainment of immigrant groups in Australia’ (IM 2000)

Philip Kasinitz

City University of New York (United States) // ‘Herbert Gans and the death of Miss Norway’ (ERS 2014), ‘Black Canadians and black Americans: racial income inequality in comparative perspective’ (ERS 2010), ‘Segmented assimilation revisited: types of acculturation and socioeconomic mobility in young adulthood’ (ERS 2010), ‘Becoming American/becoming New Yorkers: Immigrant incorporation in a majority minority city’ (IMR 2002), ‘Beyond the melting pot: The contemporary relevance of a classic?’ (IMR 2000), ‘Everything old is new again? Processes and theories of immigrant incorporation’ (IMR 1997)

Siew-Ean Khoo

Australian National University (Australia) // ‘Attracting and Retaining Globally Mobile Skilled Migrants: Policy Challenges based on Australian Research’ (IM 2014), ‘Skilled Migration from Europe to Australia’ (PSP 2011), ‘Skilled Temporary Migration from Asia-Pacific Countries to Australia’ (APMJ 2009), ‘Which skilled temporary migrants become permanent residents and why?’ (IMR 2008), ‘Teaching at home or overseas: Teacher migration from Fiji and the Cook Islands’ (APMJ 2007), ‘Temporary skilled migration to Australia: Employers’ perspectives’ (IM 2007), ‘A global labor market: Factors motivating the sponsorship and temporary migration of skilled workers to Australia’ (IMR 2007), ‘Sponsorship of relatives for migration and immigrant settlement intention’ (IM 2003), ‘Adjusting for change of status in international migration: Demographic implications’ (IM 2002), ‘The context of spouse migration to Australia’ (IM 2001)

Russell King

University of Sussex (United Kingdom) // ‘Second-Generation “Return” to Greece: New Dynamics of Transnationalism and Integration’ (IM 2014), ‘The Migration and Well-Being of the Zero Generation: Transgenerational Care, Grandparenting, and Loneliness amongst Albanian Older People’ (PSP 2014), ‘‘Have you got the British?’: narratives of migration and settlement among Albanian-origin immigrants in London’ (ERS 2013), ‘International Student Migration: Mapping the Field and New Research Agendas’ (PSP 2013), ‘Geography and Migration Studies: Retrospect and Prospect’ (PSP 2012), ‘Twenty Years of JEMS: A Geographical Content Analysis’ (JEMS 2011), ‘‘Mind the Gap!’ Integrating Approaches to Internal and International Migration’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Cultural Geographies of Counter-Diasporic Migration: Perspectives from the Study of Second-Generation ‘Returnees’ to Greece’ (PSP 2010), ‘Italophilia meets Albanophobia: paradoxes of asymmetric assimilation and identity processes among Albanian immigrants in Italy’ (ERS 2009), ‘Gendering migration and remittances: Evidence from London and northern Albania’ (PSP 2006)

Eleonore Kofman

Middlesex University (United Kingdom) // ‘Towards a Gendered Evaluation of (Highly) Skilled Immigration Policies in Europe’ (IM 2014), ‘Gendered Labour Migrations in Europe and Emblematic Migratory Figures’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Secure borders and safe haven and the gendered politics of belonging: Beyond social cohesion’ (ERS 2005), ‘Family-related migration: A critial review of European studies’ (JEMS 2004), ‘Female ‘birds of passage’ a decade later: Gender and immigration in the European Union’ (IMR 1999)

Khalid Koser

Geneva Centre for Security Policy (Switzerland) // ‘Dimensions and Dynamics of Irregular Migration’ (PSP 2010), ‘Why migrant smuggling pays’ (IM 2008), ‘Refugees, transnationalism and the state’ (JEMS 2007), ‘Coming to the UK: What do asylum-seekers know about the UK before arrival?’ (JEMS 2006), ‘The limits to ‘transnationalism’: Bosnian and Eritrean refugees in Europe as emerging transnational communities’ (ERS 2001), ‘New approaches to asylum?’ (IM 2001), ‘Asylum policies, trafficking and vulnerability’ (IM 2000), ‘Limits to harmonization: The “Temporary protection” of refugees in the European Union’ (IM 1999), ‘Social networks and the asylum cycle: The case of Iranians in the Netherlands’ (IMR 1997)

Bram Lancee

Berlin Social Science Center (Germany) // ‘Does Rural Origin Affect Immigrants’ Contact with Natives? A Study of Turks in Six European Countries’ (JEMS 2014), ‘Group Conflict Theory in a Longitudinal Perspective: Analyzing the Dynamic Side of Ethnic Competition’ (IMR 2013), ‘The economic returns of bonding and bridging social capital for immigrant men in Germany’ (ERS 2012), ‘Turkish Migrants and Native Germans Compared: The Effects of Inter-Ethnic and Intra-Ethnic Friendships on the Transition from Unemployment to Work’ (IM 2012), ‘Ethnic, Religious and Economic Diversity in Dutch Neighbourhoods: Explaining Quality of Contact with Neighbours, Trust in the Neighbourhood and Inter-Ethnic Trust’ (JEMS 2011), ‘The Economic Returns of Immigrants’ Bonding and Bridging Social Capital: The Case of the Netherlands’ (IMR 2010)

Loren B. Landau

Tufts University (United States) // ‘Wither Policy? Southern African Perspectives on Understanding Law, ‘Refugee’ Policy and Protection’ (JRS 2014), ‘Gutters, Gates, and Gangs: Collaborative Sampling in ‘Post-Violence’ Johannesburg’ (JRS 2013), ‘Communities of Knowledge or Tyrannies of Partnership: Reflections on North-South Research Networks and the Dual Imperative’ (JRS 2012), ‘Laws, Policies, or Social Position? Capabilities and the Determinants of Effective Protection in Four African Cities’ (JRS 2011), ‘Tactical Cosmopolitanism and Idioms of Belonging: Insertion and Self-Exclusion in Johannesburg’ (JEMS 2010)

Patricia Landolt

University of Toronto (Canada) // ‘Immigrant political socialization as bridging and boundary work: mapping the multi-layered incorporation of Latin American immigrants in Toronto’ (ERS 2009), ‘Transnationalizing Families: Canadian Immigration Policy and the Spatial Fragmentation of Care-giving among Latin American Newcomers’ (IM 2009), ‘The transnational dimensions of identity formation: Adult children of immigrants in Miami’ (ERS 2005), ‘From hermano lejano to hermano mayor: the dialectics of Salvadoran transnationalism’ (ERS 1999), ‘The study of transnationalism: pitfalls and promise of an emergent research field’ (ERS 1999)

Arjen Leerkes

Erasmus University Rotterdam (Netherlands) // ‘When the Border Is “Everywhere”: State-level Variation in Migration Control and Changing Settlement Patterns of the Unauthorized Immigrant Population in the United States’ (IMR 2013), ‘On the Differential Attachments of Migrants from Central and Eastern Europe: A Typology of Labour Migration’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Borders Behind the Border: An Exploration of State-Level Differences in Migration Control and their Effects on US Migration Patterns’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Playing Hard(er) to Get: The State, International Couples, and the Income Requirement’ (EJML 2011), ‘Class position of immigrant workers in a post-industrial economy: The Dutch case’ (JEMS 2007)

Peggy Levitt

Wellesley College (United States) // ‘Religious Dimensions of Contexts of Reception: Comparing Two New England Cities’ (IM 2013), ‘The Migration-Development Nexus and Organizational Time’ (IMR 2013), ‘Social Remittances Revisited’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Roots and Routes: Understanding the Lives of the Second Generation Transnationally’ (JEMS 2009), ‘Religion as a path to civic engagement’ (ERS 2008), ‘Conceptualizing simultaneity: A transnational social field perspective on society’ (IMR 2004), ‘Transnational migration and the redefinition of the state: Variations and explanations’ (ERS 2003), ‘You know, Abraham was really the first immigrant: Religion and transnational migration’ (IMR 2003), ‘Social remittances: Migration driven local-level forms of cultural diffusion’ (IMR 1998)

Zai Liang

SUNY Albany (United States) // ‘Ethnic Labor Market Contexts and the Earnings of Asian Immigrants’ (IM 2014), ‘International Migration and the Education of Left-Behind Children in Fujian, China’ (APMJ 2009), ‘Recent trends of emigration from China: 1982-2000’ (IM 2004), ‘Emigration, housing conditions, and social stratification in China’ (IMR 2004), ‘Intermarriage of Asian Americans in the New York City region: Contemporary patterns and future prospects’ (IMR 1999)

Theodore P. Lianos

Athens University of Economics and Business (Greece) // ‘I Trust, Therefore I Remit? An Examination of the Size and Motivation of Remittances’ (JEMS 2014), ‘Immigrant Remittances, Stability of Employment and Relative Deprivation’ (IM 2010), ‘Brain drain and brain loss: Immigrants to Greece’ (JEMS 2007), ‘Illegal migrants to Greece and their choice of destination’ (IM 2001), ‘Factors determining migrant remittances: The case of Greece’ (IMR 1997), ‘Illegal immigration and local labour markets: The case of Northern Greece’ (IM 1996)

Ivan Light

University of California, Los Angeles (United States) // ‘Mexican Population Growth in New US Destinations: Testing and Developing Social Capital Theories of Migration using Census Data’ (JEMS 2013), ‘The Metropolitan Dispersion of Mexican Immigrants in the United States, 1980 to 2000’ (JEMS 2009), ‘Mexican migration networks in the United States, 1980-2000’ (IMR 2008), ‘Women’s economic niches and earnings inferiority: The view from the ethnic economy’ (JEMS 2007), ‘Transnationalism and American exports in an English-speaking world’ (IMR 2002), ‘Immigrant incorporation in the garment industry of Los Angeles’ (IMR 1999)

John R. Logan

Brown University (United States) // ‘Immigrant Incorporation in American Cities: Contextual Determinants of Irish, German, and British Intermarriage in 1880’ (IMR 2012), ‘The Political and Community Context of Immigrant Naturalisation in the United States’ (JEMS 2012), ‘The impact of desegregation on black teachers in the metropolis, 1970-2000’ (ERS 2009), ‘The Political Impact of the New Hispanic Second Generation’ (JEMS 2009), ‘Enclaves and entrepreneurs: Assessing the payoff for immigrants and minorities’ (IMR 2003), ‘Ethnic segmentation in the American metropolis: Increasing divergence in economic incorporation 1980-1990’ (IMR 2000), ‘Neighborhood Change Under Conditions Of Mass Immigration – The New-York-City Region, 1970-1990’ (IMR 1995)

B. Lindsay Lowell

Georgetown University (United States) // ‘The Wages of Skilled Temporary Migrants: Effects of Visa Pathways and Job Portability’ (IM 2014), ‘Managing the Dynamic Science and Engineering Labor Market in the United States’ (IMR 2012), ‘International health worker mobility: Causes, consequences, and best practices’ (IM 2006), ‘Declining numbers of foreign students and America’s science and engineering enterprise’ (IM 2005), ‘Transnational twist: Pecuniary remittances and the socioeconomic integration of authorized and unauthorized Mexican immigrants in Los Angeles County’ (IMR 2005)

Philip Martin

University California, Davis (United States) // ‘Managing the Dynamic Science and Engineering Labor Market in the United States’ (IMR 2012), ‘Labor Shortages and US Immigration Reform: Promises and Perils of an Independent Commission’ (IMR 2011), ‘The Research-Policy Nexus: The Case of Unauthorised Mexico-US Migration and US Policy Responses’ (PSP 2010), ‘Recession and Migration: A New Era for Labor Migration?’ (IMR 2009), ‘Migration and Development: The Elusive Link at the GFMD’ (IMR 2009), ‘Numbers vs. Rights: Trade-offs and guest worker programs’ (IMR 2008), ‘High-level dialogue on migration and development’ (IM 2007), ‘GCIM: A new global migration facility’ (IM 2006), ‘Best practices to manage migration: The Philippines’ (IMR 2004), ‘Mexico-US migration: Moving the agenda forward’ (IM 2003), ‘AgJOBS: New solution or new problem?’ (IMR 2003), ‘Best practices to reduce migration pressures’ (IM 2002), ‘Best practice options: Romania’ (IM 2002), ‘Managing migration: The role of economic instruments’ (IM 2002), ‘Best practice options: Albania’ (IM 2002), ‘Best practice options: Mali’ (IM 2002), ‘Best practice options: Turkey’ (IM 2002), ‘Mexican workers and US agriculture: The revolving door’ (IMR 2002), ‘Migration and development: Whither the Dominican Republic and Haiti?’ (IMR 2002), ‘Migration and development: Focus on Turkey’ (IMR 2001), ‘Proposition-187 In California’ (IMR 1995)

Susan Martin

Georgetown University (United States) // ‘Introduction to the Special Issue on Migration in the Lusophone World’ (IM 2009), ‘Migrant Rights: International Law and National Action’ (IM 2009), ‘High-level dialogue on migration and development’ (IM 2007), ‘GCIM: A new global migration facility’ (IM 2006), ‘Mexico-US migration: Moving the agenda forward’ (IM 2003), ‘Averting forced migration in countries in transition’ (IM 2002), ‘Best practice options: Yugoslavia’ (IM 2002), ‘Best practice options: Albania’ (IM 2002), ‘Best practice options: Mali’ (IM 2002), ‘Report on the workshop on practical protection in humanitarian crises’ (IM 2002)

Marco Martiniello

University of Liège (Belgium) // ‘Beyond race and colour lines and scales in the twenty-first century?’ (ERS 2012), ‘Ethnic minorities’ cultural and artistic practices as forms of political expression: A review of the literature and a theoretical discussion on music’ (JEMS 2008), ‘Researching and teaching in the field of ethnic and racial studies: a view from continental Europe’ (ERS 2003), ‘Belgium’s immigration policy’ (IMR 2003), ‘Wieviorka’s view on multiculturalism: a critique’ (ERS 1998)

Douglas S. Massey

Princeton University (United States) // ‘Manufacturing marginality among women and Latinos in neo-liberal America’ (ERS 2014), ‘Mediators of stereotype threat among black college students’ (ERS 2014), ‘Undocumented Migration to the United States and the Wages of Mexican Immigrants’ (IMR 2014), ‘Explaining Undocumented Migration to the US’ (IMR 2014), ‘Pathways to El Norte: Origins, Destinations, and Characteristics of Mexican Migrants to the United States’ (IMR 2012), ‘Community Services and Out-Migration’ (IM 2010), ‘Economic Outcomes among Latino Migrants to Spain and the United States: Differences by Source Region and Legal Status’ (IMR 2010), ‘Processes of Internal and International Migration from Chitwan, Nepal’ (IMR 2009), ‘From Illegal to Legal: Estimating Previous Illegal Experience among New Legal Immigrants to the United States’ (IMR 2008), ‘The effect of childhood segregation on minority academic performance at selective colleges’ (ERS 2006), ‘International migration and gender in Latin America: A comparative analysis’ (IM 2006), ‘The changing legal status distribution of immigrants: A caution’ (IMR 2005), ‘Measuring undocumented migration’ (IMR 2004), ‘Return migration by German guestworkers: Neoclassical versus new economic theories’ (IM 2002), ‘How segregation concentrates poverty’ (ERS 2000), ‘Seeking social security: An alternative motivation for Mexico-US migration’ (IM 2000), ‘A validation of the ethnosurvey: The case of Mexico-US migration’ (IMR 2000), ‘Assortative mating among married new legal immigrants to the United States: Evidence from the new immigrant survey pilot’ (IMR 2000), ‘The social process of undocumented border crossing among Mexican migrants’ (IMR 1998), ‘Migradollars and development: A reconsideration of the Mexican case’ (IMR 1996)

Valentina Mazzucato

Maastricht University (Netherlands) // ‘The Quality of Parent-Child Relationships in Transnational Families: Angolan and Nigerian Migrant Parents in The Netherlands’ (JEMS 2014), ‘Reverse Remittances in the Migration-Development Nexus: Two-Way Flows between Ghana and the Netherlands’ (PSP 2011), ‘The Role of Support Networks in the Initial Stages of Integration: The Case of West African Newcomers in the Netherlands’ (IM 2010), ‘Remittances in Ghana: Origin, destination and issues of measurement’ (IM 2008), ‘The double engagement: Transnationalism and integration. Ghanaian migrants’ lives between Ghana and the Netherlands’ (JEMS 2008)

Peter McDonald

Australian National University (Australia) // ‘Skilled Migration from Europe to Australia’ (PSP 2011), ‘Skilled Temporary Migration from Asia-Pacific Countries to Australia’ (APMJ 2009), ‘Which skilled temporary migrants become permanent residents and why?’ (IMR 2008), ‘Temporary skilled migration to Australia: Employers’ perspectives’ (IM 2007), ‘A global labor market: Factors motivating the sponsorship and temporary migration of skilled workers to Australia’ (IMR 2007), ‘Net transition probabilities: An approach to subnational level projections of households and housing demand based on census data’ (PSP 2006), ‘Adjusting for change of status in international migration: Demographic implications’ (IM 2002), ‘The impact of long-term visitor migration on projections of Australia’s population’ (IM 2002), ‘Fertility and multiculturalism: Immigrant fertility in Australia, 1977-1991’ (IMR 2000)

Cecilia Menjívar

Arizona State University (United States) // ‘Economic Incorporation, Civil Inclusion, and Social Ties: Plans to Return Home Among Central Asian Migrant Women in Moscow, Russia’ (IMR 2014), ‘Turkish Immigrants’ Hopes and Fears around Return Migration’ (IM 2012), ‘Transnational Parenting and Immigration Law: Central Americans in the United States’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Central Themes in the Study of Transnational Parenthood’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Voice, Agency and Vulnerability: the Immigration of Children through Systems of Protection and Enforcement’ (IM 2011), ‘Unpacking longings to return: Guatemalans and Salvadorans in Phoenix, Arizona’ (IM 2005), ‘Latino immigrants’ perceptions of crime and police authorities in the United States: A case study from the Phoenix Metropolitan area’ (ERS 2004), ‘The ties that heal: Guatemalan immigrant women’s networks and medical treatment’ (IMR 2002)

Paul W.Miller

Curtin University (Australia) // ‘The Effects of Educational-Occupational Mismatch on Immigrant Earnings in Australia, with International Comparisons’ (IMR 2010), ‘The Impact of Immigrant Status on Home Ownership in Australia’ (IM 2009), ‘A longitudinal analysis of immigrant occupational mobility: A test of the immigrant assimilation hypothesis’ (IMR 2005), ‘Immigrants’ language skills: The Australian Experience in a longitudinal survey’ (IMR 2004), ‘Patterns of immigrant occupational attainment in a longitudinal survey’ (IM 2003), ‘Language skill definition: A study of legalized aliens’ (IMR 1998), ‘Immigrant unemployment: The Australian experience’ (IM 1997)

Pyong Gap Min

City University of New York (United States) // ‘The Attachments of New York City Caribbean Indian Immigrants to Indian Culture, Indian Immigrants and India’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Generation and Earnings Patterns Among Chinese, Filipino, and Korean Americans in New York’ (IMR 2011), ‘Ethnic and sub-ethnic attachments among Chinese, Korean, and Indian immigrants in New York City’ (ERS 2009), ‘Patterns of Intermarriages and Cross-Generational In-Marriages among Native-Born Asian Americans’ (IMR 2009), ‘Formation of ethnic and racial identities: narratives by young Asian-American professionals’ (ERS 2000), ‘Immigrant entrepreneurship and business patterns: A comparison of Koreans and Iranians in Los Angeles’ (IMR 2000)

Ewa Morawska

University of Essex (United Kingdom) // ‘‘Diaspora’ diasporas’ representations of their homelands: exploring the polymorphs’ (ERS 2011), ‘The recognition politics of Polish Radio MultiKulti in Berlin’ (JEMS 2008), ‘Exploring diversity in immigrant assimilation and transnationalism: Poles and Russian Jews in Philadelphia’ (IMR 2004), ‘Disciplinary agendas and analytic strategies of research on immigrant transnationalism: Challenges of interdisciplinary knowledge’ (IMR 2003), ‘Intended and unintended consequences of forced migrations: A neglected aspect of East Europe’s twentieth century history’ (IMR 2000)

Clara H. Mulder

University of Groningen (Netherlands) // ‘Ethnicity, Education and Income, and Residential Mobility Between Neighbourhoods’ (JEMS 2014), ‘The Regional Dimension of Intergenerational Proximity in the Netherlands’ (PSP 2013), ‘Distances between Couples and the Man’s and Woman’s Parents’ (PSP 2011), ‘Geographical Distances and Support from Family Members’ (PSP 2009), ‘Distance to parents and geographical mobility’ (PSP 2008), ‘The family context and residential choice: A challenge for new research’ (PSP 2007), ‘Migration histories and occupational achievement’ (PSP 2005), ‘Migration of couples with non-employed and employed wives in the Netherlands: The changing effects of the partners ‘ characteristics’ (JEMS 2004)

K. Bruce Newbold

McMaster University (Canada) // ‘Using alternative data sources to study rural migration: Examples from Illinois’ (PSP 2008), ‘Return immigration: The chronic migration of Canadian immigrants, 1991, 1996 and 2001’ (PSP 2008), ‘Onward emigration to the United States by Canadian immigrants between 1995 and 2000’ (IMR 2007), ‘Chronic conditions and the healthy immigrant effect: Evidence from Canadian immigrants’ (JEMS 2006), ‘Return and onwards migration in Canada and Australia: Evidence from fixed interval data’ (IMR 2001), ‘Internal migration of the foreign-born in Canada’ (IMR 1996)

João Peixoto

Technical University of Lisbon (Portugal) // ‘Back to the South: Social and Political Aspects of Latin American Migration to Southern Europe’ (IM 2012), ‘Immigration Policies in Portugal: Limits and Compromise in the Quest for Regulation’ (EJML 2009), ‘New Migrations in Portugal: Labour Markets, Smuggling and Gender Segmentation’ (IM 2009), ‘Migration and policies in the European Union: Highly skilled mobility, free movement of labour and recognition of diplomas’ (IM 2001), ‘The international mobility of highly skilled workers in transnational corporations: The macro and micro factors of the organizational migration of Cadres’ (IMR 2001)

Ravi Pendakur

University of Ottawa (Canada) // ‘The labour market integration of refugee and family reunion immigrants: a comparison of outcomes in Canada and Sweden’ (JEMS 2014), ‘Social Capital Formation and Diversity: Impacts of Individual and Place-Related Characteristics’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Voting and Social Inclusion in Sweden’ (IM 2011), ‘Social capital and voting participation of immigrants and minorities in Canada’ (ERS 2009), ‘Language as both human capital and ethnicity’ (IMR 2002), ‘Immigration, labor force integration and the pursuit of self-employment’ (IMR 1999)

Karen Phalet

KU Leuven (Belgium) // ‘Integration and religiosity among the Turkish second generation in Europe: a comparative analysis across four capital cities’ (ERS 2012), ‘Comparing Concepts of Ethnicity in Ethnic Composition Measures: Local Community Contexts and the Educational Attainment of the Second Generation in Belgium’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Contextualizing Ethnic Educational Inequality: The Role of Stability and Quality of Neighborhoods and Ethnic Density in Second-Generation Attainment’ (IMR 2011), ‘Civic engagement and voter participation among Turkish and Moroccan minorities in Rotterdam’ (JEMS 2007), ‘Associational membership and political involvement among ethnic minority groups in Brussels’ (JEMS 2004)

Nicola Piper

Swansea University (United Kingdom) // ‘Temporary economic migration and rights activism: an organizational perspective’ (ERS 2010), ‘International Migration and Development in Asia: Exploring Knowledge Frameworks’ (IM 2010), ‘Foreigners in Our Homes: Linking Migration and Family Policies in Singapore’ (PSP 2009), ‘Gendering the politics of migration’ (IMR 2006), ‘A problem by a different name? A review of research on trafficking in south-east Asia and Oceania’ (IM 2005), ‘Rights of foreign workers and the politics of migration in South-East and East Asia’ (IM 2004)

Alejandro Portes

Princeton University (United States) // ‘Dreaming in Spain: parental determinants of immigrant children’s ambition’ (ERS 2013), ‘Life on the edge: immigrants confront the American health system’ (ERS 2012), ‘Moving Ahead in Madrid: Aspirations and Expectations in the Spanish Second Generation1’ (IMR 2010), ‘Migration and Social Change: Some Conceptual Reflections’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Migration and development: reconciling opposite views’ (ERS 2009), ‘The Adaptation of the Immigrant Second Generation in America: A Theoretical Overview and Recent Evidence’ (JEMS 2009), ‘Bridging the gap: transnational and ethnic organizations in the political incorporation of immigrants in the United States’ (ERS 2008), ‘Immigrant transnational organizations and development: A comparative study’ (IMR 2007), ‘Segmented assimilation on the ground: The new second generation in early adulthood’ (ERS 2005), ‘A cross-Atlantic dialogue: The progress of research and theory in the study of international migration’ (IMR 2004), ‘The price of uniformity: language, family and personality adjustment in the immigrant second generation’ (ERS 2002), ‘An enduring vision: The melting pot that did happen’ (IMR 2000), ‘Conclusion: Towards a new world – the origins and effects of transnational activities’ (ERS 1999), ‘The study of transnationalism: pitfalls and promise of an emergent research field’ (ERS 1999), ‘Immigration theory for a new century: Some problems and opportunities’ (IMR 1997), ‘What shall I call myself? Hispanic identity formation in the second generation’ (ERS 1996)

Parvati Raghuram

Open University (United Kingdom) // ‘Theorising the Spaces of Student Migration’ (PSP 2013), ‘International Student Migration: Mapping the Field and New Research Agendas’ (PSP 2013), ‘International Migration and Development in Asia: Exploring Knowledge Frameworks’ (IM 2010), ‘Which Migration, What Development? Unsettling the Edifice of Migration and Development’ (PSP 2009), ‘Migrant women in male-dominated sectors of the labour market: A research agenda’ (PSP 2008), ‘The difference that skills make: Gender, family migration strategies and regulated labour markets’ (JEMS 2004)

Md Mizanur Rahman

National University of Singapore (Singapore) // ‘From Workers to Entrepreneurs: Development of Bangladeshi Migrant Businesses in The Republic of Korea’ (IM 2014), ‘Gendering Migrant Remittances: Evidence from Bangladesh and the United Arab Emirates’ (IM 2013), ‘Towards a Sociology of Migrant Remittances in Asia: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Emigration and the Family Economy: Bangladeshi Labor Migration to Saudi Arabia’ (APMJ 2011), ‘Remittances as a Social Process: The Singapore-Bangladesh Remittance Corridor’ (APMJ 2010), ‘Temporary Migration and Changing Family Dynamics: Implications for Social Development’ (PSP 2009), ‘Emigration and development: The case of a Bangladeshi village’ (IM 2000)

Rebeca Raijman

University of Haifa (Israel) // ‘Bringing in State Regulations, Private Brokers, and Local Employers: A Meso-Level Analysis of Labor Trafficking in Israel’ (IMR 2014), ‘Religion, ethnicity and identity: former Soviet Christian immigrants in Israel’ (ERS 2013), ‘Foreigners and Outsiders: Exclusionist Attitudes towards Labour Migrants in Israel’ (IM 2013), ‘Citizenship Status, Ethno-National Origin and Entitlement to Rights: Majority Attitudes towards Minorities and Immigrants in Israel’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Tel Aviv is not foreign to you: Urban incorporation policy on labor migrants in Israel’ (IMR 2004), ‘Perceived threat and exclusionary attitudes towards foreign workers in Israel’ (ERS 2004), ‘Ethnic foundations of economic transactions: Mexican and Korean immigrant entrepreneurs in Chicago’ (ERS 2003), ‘Immigrants’ pathways to business ownership: A comparative ethnic perspective’ (IMR 2000), ‘Best of times, worst of times, and occupational mobility: The case of Soviet immigrants in Israel’ (IM 1998), ‘Modes Of The Labor-Market Incorporation And Occupational Cost Among New Immigrants To Israel’ (IMR 1995)

Larissa Remennick

Bar Ilan University (Israel) // ‘Professional Identities in Transit: Factors Shaping Immigrant Labour Market Success’ (IM 2013), ‘Intergenerational Transfer in Russian-Israeli Immigrant Families: Parental Social Mobility and Children’s Integration’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Language acquisition, ethnicity and social integration among former Soviet immigrants of the 1990s in Israel’ (ERS 2004), ‘Retired and making a fresh start: Older Russian immigrants discuss their adjustment in Israel’ (IM 2003), ‘Career continuity among immigrant professionals: Russian engineers in Israel’ (JEMS 2003), ‘Survival of the fittest: Russian immigrant teachers speak about their professional adjustment in Israel’ (IM 2002)

Louise Ryan

Middlesex University (United Kingdom) // ‘Doing the Business: Variegation, Opportunity and Intercultural Experience among Intra-EU Highly-Skilled Migrants’ (IM 2014), ‘Trading Places: French Highly Skilled Migrants Negotiating Mobility and Emplacement In London’ (JEMS 2014), ‘Family Migration: The Role of Children and Education in Family Decision-Making Strategies of Polish Migrants in London’ (IM 2013), ‘Transnational Relations: Family Migration among Recent Polish Migrants in London’ (IM 2011), ‘Family Strategies and Transnational Migration: Recent Polish Migrants in London’ (JEMS 2009), ‘‘I had a sister in England’: Family-led migration, social networks and Irish nurses’ (JEMS 2008), ‘Who do you think you are? Irish nurses encountering ethnicity and constructing identity in Britain’ (ERS 2007), ‘Moving spaces and changing places: Irish women’s memories of emigration to Britain in the 1930s’ (JEMS 2003)

Nina Glick Schiller

University of Manchester (United Kingdom) // ‘Regimes of Mobility Across the Globe’ (JEMS 2013), ‘Unravelling the Migration and Development Web: Research and Policy Implications’ (IM 2012), ‘Defining cosmopolitan sociability in a transnational age. An introduction’ (ERS 2011), ‘Towards a Comparative Theory of Locality in Migration Studies: Migrant Incorporation and City Scale’ (JEMS 2009), ‘Conceptualizing simultaneity: A transnational social field perspective on society’ (IMR 2004), ‘Methodological nationalism, the social sciences, and the study of migration: An essay in historical epistemology’ (IMR 2003), ‘Terrains of blood and nation: Haitian transnational social fields’ (ERS 1999)

Marlou Schrover

Leiden University (Netherlands) // ‘Introduction: the language of inclusion and exclusion in the context of immigration and integration’ (ERS 2013), ‘Niches, labour market segregation, ethnicity and gender’ (JEMS 2007), ‘‘Whenever a dozen Germans meet…’ – German organisations in the Netherlands in the nineteenth century’ (JEMS 2006), ‘Immigrant organisations’ (JEMS 2005), ‘A separate language, a separate identity? Organisations of Frisian migrants in Amsterdam in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries’ (JEMS 2005)

Moshe Semyonov

Tel Aviv University (Israel) // ‘Explaining racial disparities in access to employment benefits’ (ERS 2011), ‘Two Dimensions to Economic Incorporation: Soviet Immigrants in the Israeli Labour Market’ (JEMS 2011), ‘Terms of exclusion: public views towards admission and allocation of rights to immigrants in European countries’ (ERS 2009), ‘Labor migration, remittances and household income: A comparison between Filipino and Filipina overseas workers’ (IMR 2005), ‘Perceived threat and exclusionary attitudes towards foreign workers in Israel’ (ERS 2004), ‘Occupational destinations and economic mobility of Filipino overseas workers’ (IMR 2004), ‘Institutional structure and immigrant integration: A comparative study of immigrants’ labor market attainment in Canada and Israel’ (IMR 2003), ‘Metropolitan labour markets, peripheral labour markets and socio-economic outcomes among immigrants to Israel’ (IM 2001), ‘Best of times, worst of times, and occupational mobility: The case of Soviet immigrants in Israel’ (IM 1998), ‘Modes Of The Labor-Market Incorporation And Occupational Cost Among New Immigrants To Israel’ (IMR 1995)

Nasra M. Shah

Kuwait University (Kuwait) // ‘Kuwait’s Revised Labor Laws: Implications for National and Foreign Workers’ (APMJ 2011), ‘Relative success of male workers in the host country, Kuwait: Does the channel of migration matter?’ (IMR 2000), ‘Chain migration through the social network: Experience of labour migrants in Kuwait’ (IM 1999), ‘Emigration dynamics from and within South Asia’ (IM 1995), ‘Structural-Changes In The Receiving Country And Future Labor Migration – The Case Of Kuwait’ (IMR 1995)

Ludi Simpson

University of Manchester (United Kingdom) // ‘How Persistent is Demographic Variation between Ethnic Groups? The Case of Household Size in England and Wales’ (PSP 2014), ‘Population Dynamics: The Roles of Natural Change and Migration in Producing the Ethnic Mosaic’ (JEMS 2009), ‘Enhancing the Population Census: A Time Series for Sub-National Areas with Age, Sex, and Ethnic Group Dimensions in England and Wales, 1991-2001’ (JEMS 2009), ‘Spatial Patterns of Internal Migration: Evidence for Ethnic Groups in Britain’ (PSP 2009), ‘Internal migration and ethnic groups: Evidence for Britain from the 2001 census’ (PSP 2008), ‘‘Estimating with Confidence’ and Hindsight: New UK Small-Area Population Estimates for 1991’ (PSP 2008)

Ronald Skeldon

University of Sussex (United Kingdom) // ‘Going Round in Circles: Circular Migration, Poverty Alleviation and Marginality’ (IM 2012), ‘Korean Development and Migration’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Migration Transitions Revisited: Their Continued Relevance for The Development of Migration Theory’ (PSP 2012), ‘‘Mind the Gap!’ Integrating Approaches to Internal and International Migration’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Of Skilled Migration, Brain Drains and Policy Responses’ (IM 2009), ‘Strengthening Data and Research Tools on Migration and Development’ (IM 2009), ‘Migration and labor markets in Asia and Europe’ (APMJ 2007), ‘Interlinkages between internal and international migration and development in the Asian region’ (PSP 2006), ‘Trafficking: A perspective from Asia’ (IM 2000)

Miri Song

University of Kent (United Kingdom) // ‘Raising the bar in analysis: Wimmer’s Ethnic Boundary Making’ (ERS 2014), ‘What happens after segmented assimilation? An exploration of intermarriage and ‘mixed race’ young people in Britain’ (ERS 2010), ‘Is Intermarriage a Good Indicator of Integration?’ (JEMS 2009), ‘Inclusion, participation and the emergence of British Chinese websites’ (JEMS 2007), ‘Children’s labour in ethnic family businesses: the case of Chinese take-away businesses in Britain’ (ERS 1997)

Aileen Stockdale

Queens University Belfast (United Kingdom) // ‘A Life Course Perspective on Urban-Rural Migration: the Importance of the Local Context’ (PSP 2014), ‘Rural Migration, Agrarian Change, and Institutional Dynamics: Perspectives from the Majority World’ (PSP 2014), ‘Connected Life Courses: Influences on and Experiences of ‘Midlife’ In-Migration to Rural Areas’ (PSP 2013), ‘A Review of Demographic Ageing in the UK: Opportunities for Rural Research’ (PSP 2011), ‘The role of a ‘retirement transition’ in the repopulation of rural areas’ (PSP 2006), ‘In what sense English? An exploration of English migrant identities and identification’ (JEMS 2004)

Kevin J.A. Thomas

Penn State University (United Kingdom) // ‘Migration Dynamics, Entrepreneurship, and African Development: Lessons from Malawi’ (IMR 2013), ‘The Human Capital Characteristics and Household Living Standards of Returning International Migrants in Eastern and Southern Africa’ (IM 2012), ‘The U.S. Diversity Visa Programme and the Transfer of Skills from Africa’ (IM 2012), ‘Race and School Enrollment among the Children of African Immigrants in the United States’ (IMR 2012), ‘What Explains the Increasing Trend in African Emigration to the US?’ (IMR 2011), ‘Socio-Demographic Determinants of Language Transition among the Children of French- and Spanish-Caribbean Immigrants in the US’ (JEMS 2011), ‘Household Context, Generational Status, and English Proficiency Among the Children of African Immigrants in the United States’ (IMR 2010), ‘Return migration in Africa and the relationship between educational attainment and labor market success: Evidence from Uganda’ (IMR 2008), ‘Child mortality and socioeconomic status: An examination of differentials by migration status in South Africa’ (IMR 2007)

Marta Tienda

Princeton University (United States) // ‘A Tale of Two Counties: Natives’ Opinions Toward Immigration in North Carolina’ (IMR 2010), ‘Ethnic foundations of economic transactions: Mexican and Korean immigrant entrepreneurs in Chicago’ (ERS 2003), ‘Immigrants’ pathways to business ownership: A comparative ethnic perspective’ (IMR 2000), ‘Spouses or babies? Race, poverty and pathways to family formation in urban America’ (ERS 1997), ‘Wage Mobility Of Undocumented Workers In The United-States’ (IMR 1995)

Anna Triandafyllidou

European University Institute (Italy) // ‘Irregular Immigration Control in Italy and Greece: Strong Fencing and Weak Gate-keeping serving the Labour Market’ (EJML 2011), ‘Ethical Issues in Irregular Migration Research in Europe’ (PSP 2010), ‘Sub-Saharan African immigrant activists in Europe: transcultural capital and transcultural community building’ (ERS 2009), ‘Greek Immigration Policy at the Turn of the 21st Century. Lack of Political Will or Purposeful Mismanagement?’ (EJML 2009), ‘Constructing Difference: The Mosque Debates in Greece’ (JEMS 2009), ‘Albanian and Polish migration to Italy: The micro-processes of policy, implementation and immigrant survival strategies’ (IMR 2004), ‘Immigration policy implementation in Italy: organisational culture, identity processes and labour market control’ (JEMS 2003), ‘Albanian immigrants in Italy: migration plans, coping strategies and identity issues’ (JEMS 2003), ‘Contextualising immigration policy implementation in Europe’ (JEMS 2003), ‘Comparing cultures of discretion’ (JEMS 2003), ‘National identity and the ‘other’’ (ERS 1998)

Frank van Tubergen

University of Utrecht (Netherlands) // ‘Size and socio-economic resources of core discussion networks in the Netherlands: differences by national-origin group and immigrant generation’ (ERS 2014), ‘Transnationalism and Ethnic Identification among Adolescent Children of Immigrants in the Netherlands, Germany, England, and Sweden’ (IMR 2014), ‘Social Contacts and the Economic Performance of Immigrants: A Panel Study of Immigrants in Germany’ (IMR 2012), ‘Acquisition of Cross-Ethnic Friends by Recent Immigrants in Canada: A Longitudinal Approach’ (IMR 2011), ‘Economic Participation and National Self-Identification of Refugees in the Netherlands’ (IMR 2011), ‘The Language Acquisition of Male Immigrants in a Multilingual Destination: Turks and Moroccans in Belgium’ (JEMS 2011), ‘The Employment Experience of Refugees in the Netherlands1’ (IMR 2010), ‘A Dynamic Approach to the Determinants of Immigrants’ Language Proficiency: The United States, 1980-2000(1)’ (IMR 2009), ‘Religious affiliation and participation among immigrants in a secular society: A study of immigrants in the Netherlands’ (JEMS 2007)

Nicholas Van Hear

University of Oxford (United Kingdom) // ‘Reconsidering Migration and Class’ (IMR 2014), ‘Marriage-Related Migration to the UK’ (IMR 2012), ‘Forcing the Issue: Migration Crises and the Uneasy Dialogue between Refugee Research and Policy’ (JRS 2012), ‘Theories of Migration and Social Change’ (JEMS 2010), ‘The migration-development nexus evidence and policy options state-of-the-art overview’ (IM 2002), ‘The migration-development nexus: Evidence and policy options’ (IM 2002)

Maykel Verkuyten

University of Utrecht (Netherlands) // ‘Host National Identification of Immigrants in the Netherlands’ (IMR 2014), ‘Family relations and the attitude towards ethnic minorities as close kin by marriage’ (ERS 2013), ‘Family Life and Acculturation Attitudes: A Study among Four Immigrant Groups in the Netherlands’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Economic Participation and National Self-Identification of Refugees in the Netherlands’ (IMR 2011), ‘Ethnic and Republic Identification in the Russian Federation and Ukraine: A Social Dominance Perspective’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Muslim immigrants and religious group feelings: self-identification and attitudes among Sunni and Alevi Turkish-Dutch’ (ERS 2009), ‘Racist victimization among children in The Netherlands: the effect of ethnic group and school’ (ERS 2002), ‘The Construction Of Ethnic Categories – Discourses Of Ethnicity In The Netherlands’ (ERS 1995)

Stephen Vertovec

Max Planck Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity (Germany) // ‘Super-diversity and its implications’ (ERS 2007), ‘Migrant transnationalism and modes of transformation’ (IMR 2004), ‘Migration and other modes of transnationalism: Towards conceptual cross-fertilization’ (IMR 2003), ‘Conceiving and researching transnationalism’ (ERS 1999), ‘Multiculturalism, culturalism and public incorporation’ (ERS 1996)

Carmen Voigt-Graf

University of the South Pacific (Fiji) // ‘Migration and transnational families in Fiji: Comparing two ethnic groups’ (IM 2008), ‘Pacific Islanders and the Rim: Linked by migration’ (APMJ 2007), ‘Teaching at home or overseas: Teacher migration from Fiji and the Cook Islands’ (APMJ 2007), ‘Temporary skilled migration to Australia: Employers’ perspectives’ (IM 2007), ‘A global labor market: Factors motivating the sponsorship and temporary migration of skilled workers to Australia’ (IMR 2007), ‘The construction of transnational spaces by Indian migrants in Australia’ (JEMS 2005)

Roger Waldinger

University of California, Los Angeles (United States) // ‘Emigrants and the Body Politic Left Behind: Results from the Latino National Survey’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Making the connection: Latino immigrants and their cross-border ties’ (ERS 2010), ‘Into the Mainstream? Labor Market Outcomes of Mexican-Origin Workers’ (IMR 2010), ‘Conflict and contestation in the cross-border community: hometown associations reassessed’ (ERS 2008), ‘Between “Here” and “There”: Immigrant cross-border activities and loyalties’ (IMR 2008), ‘The bounded community: Turning foreigners into Americans in twenty-first century LA’ (ERS 2007), ‘Did manufacturing matter? The experience of yesterday’s second generation: A reassessment’ (IMR 2007), ‘Bad jobs, good jobs, no jobs? The employment experience of the Mexican American second generation’ (JEMS 2007), ‘Strangeness at the gates: The peculiar politics of American immigration’ (IMR 2006), ‘Will the new second generation experience ‘downward assimilation’? Segmented assimilation re-assessed’ (ERS 2004), ‘Second generation decline? Children of immigrants, past and present a reconsideration’ (IMR 1997), ‘From Ellis Island to LAX: Immigrant prospects in the American city’ (IMR 1996), ‘The Other Side Of Embeddedness – A Case-Study Of The Interplay Of Economy And Ethnicity’ (ERS 1995)

Hong-zen Wang

National Sun Yat Sen University (Taiwan) // ‘Governing Migrant Workers at a Distance: Managing the Temporary Status of Guestworkers in Taiwan’ (IM 2013), ‘Transnationalism from Below: Evidence from Vietnam-Taiwan Cross-Border Marriages’ (APMJ 2012), ‘Immigration Trends and Policy Changes in Taiwan’ (APMJ 2011), ‘Ethnic diversity and statistics in East Asia: ‘foreign brides’ surveys in Taiwan and South Korea’ (ERS 2010), ‘Hidden spaces of resistance of the subordinated: Case studies from Vietnamese female migrant partners in Taiwan’ (IMR 2007), ‘The commodification of international marriages: Cross-border marriage business in Taiwan and Vietnam’ (IM 2002)

Andreas Wimmer

Princeton University (United States) // ‘Ethnic boundary making as strategic action: reply to my critics’ (ERS 2014), ‘The centaur state as a functional corollary of neo-liberalism’ (ERS 2014), ‘Elementary strategies of ethnic boundary making’ (ERS 2008), ‘Does ethnicity matter? Everyday group formation in three Swiss immigrant neighbourhoods’ (ERS 2004), ‘Methodological nationalism, the social sciences, and the study of migration: An essay in historical epistemology’ (IMR 2003), ‘Explaining xenophobia and racism: A critical review of current research approaches’ (ERS 1997)

Richard Wright

Dartmouth College (United States) // ‘The Great Recession and the Allure of New Immigrant Destinations in the United States’ (IMR 2014), ‘New Immigrant Destinations in a New Country of Immigration: Settlement Patterns of Non-natives in the Czech Republic’ (PSP 2014), ‘Immigrant Niches and the Intrametropolitan Spatial Division of Labour’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Reconsidering both Diversity and Segregation: A Reply to Poulsen, Johnston and Forrest, and to Peach’ (JEMS 2010), ‘Place, scale and the racial claims made for multiracial children in the 1990 US Census’ (ERS 2009), ‘Partnering ‘out’ and fitting in: Residential segregation and the neighbourhood contexts of mixed-race households’ (PSP 2005), ‘The industrial division of labor among immigrants and internal migrants to the Los Angeles economy’ (IMR 1999), ‘When immigrants are not migrants: Counting arrivals of the foreign born using the US census’ (IMR 1998)

Brenda S.A. Yeoh

National University of Singapore (Singapore) // ‘Chinese Migration to Singapore: Discourses and Discontents in a Globalizing Nation-State’ (APMJ 2013), ‘Securing a Better Living Environment for Left-Behind Children: Implications and Challenges for Policies’ (APMJ 2013), ‘Circuitous Pathways: Marriage as a Route toward (Il)legality for Indonesian Migrant Workers in Malaysia’ (APMJ 2012), ‘Sexualised Politics of Proximities among Female Transnational Migrants in Singapore’ (PSP 2010), ‘Observations on transnational urbanism: Possibilities, politics and costs of simultaneity’ (JEMS 2005), ‘Singaporean and British transmigrants in China and the cultural politics of ‘contact zones’’ (JEMS 2005), ‘Migrant female domestic workers: Debating the economic, social and political impacts in Singapore’ (IMR 1999), ‘Home, work and community: Skilled international migration and expatriate women in Singapore’ (IM 1998)

In-Jin Yoon

Korea University (South Korea) // ‘Brain Circulation of South Korean Students in Japan and China’ (APMJ 2013), ‘Migration and the Korean Diaspora: A Comparative Description of Five Cases’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Korean Development and Migration’ (JEMS 2012), ‘Immigrant small business and international economic linkage: A case of the Korean wig business in Los Angeles, 1968-1977’ (IMR 1996), ‘The Growth Of Korean Immigrant Entrepreneurship In Chicago’ (ERS 1995)

Min Zhou

Nanyang Technological University (Singapore) // ‘Segmented assimilation and socio-economic integration of Chinese immigrant children in the USA’ (ERS 2014), ‘How Neighbourhoods Matter for Immigrant Children: The Formation of Educational Resources in Chinatown, Koreatown and Pico Union, Los Angeles’ (JEMS 2009), ‘The multifaceted American experiences of the children of Asian immigrants: Lessons for segmented assimilation’ (ERS 2005), ‘Revisiting ethnic entrepreneurship: Convergencies, controversies, and conceptual advancements’ (IMR 2004), ‘Being well vs. doing well: Self-esteem and school performance among immigrant and nonimmigrant racial and ethnic groups’ (IMR 2002), ‘Transnationalism and American exports in an English-speaking world’ (IMR 2002), ‘Family pressure and the educational experience of the daughters of Vietnamese refugees’ (IM 2001), ‘Ethnic segmentation in the American metropolis: Increasing divergence in economic incorporation 1980-1990’ (IMR 2000), ‘Segmented assimilation: Issues, controversies, and recent research on the new second generation’ (IMR 1997) —

11 Comments on Who is who in migration studies: 107 names worth knowing

  1. I guess I have been a fraud all these years! I didn’t make your list, time to retire.

    Elzbieta

    On Monday, June 8, 2015, “Jørgen Carling” wrote:

    > jorgencarling posted: “During a recent conversation among migration > scholars, a PhD candidate mentioned in passing that ‘I’m not really > familiar with the names yet’. It was obvious that many of had a > shared mental inventory of migration scholars. So I started wondering > how this”

    • Did you read the caveats and see that I mention you specifically? I was debating back and forth before pressing the ‘publish’ button whether I should go ahead despite the obvious limitations. As I said, I’m also open to suggestions on how to do this differently!

      • I did! It’s not about me; I am nobody, but there are discussions everywhere … It’s been an interesting day! You got us talking.

      • If you want to continue this kind of analysis-which I think is very worthy–I think the focus should not be on individual scholars, but for example on the geographies and disciplines from which migration scholars come, gender and age of authors, etc.. I think Russell King did something like that for JEMS to see if they published people from all over the world or from selected places. This kind of analysis would obviously not answer the student’s question, but I wonder whether the question is worth answering as it might bias/unduly influence a young scholar … I have spent years thinking about how to facilitate migration scholarship and have a wide distribution of authors.

      • Thanks for these good points. I will indeed continue this a bit more thoroughly in another format, and will have your input in mind.

  2. A very interesting article that shows much more than who are the ‘migration scholars worth knowing’. As you mentioned there is in fact a “geographical bias” that leads to an underrepresentation of African, Latin American or Asian based scholars. If we go further down, and make the analysis by country, I think we could also find out that the countries where the worth knowing migration scholars are based are very few.
    I thing that one of the reasons for these is that only SSCI indexed journals were used in the analysis. It is a valid criteria, but it didn’t consider the immense work published by also ‘worth knowing’ scholars that publish mainly in non-Anglophone languages (and also in primarily migration-related journals) and which work is highly influential (political, social and academically) in the regional contexts where they publish. But to consider all these and to extend the analysis beyond journals that ‘publish primarily migration-related articles’ it would probably be necessary to start a whole research project.

    Nevertheless, congrats for this work…

    Jose

  3. what a pity ! no name about France !! yet we are some scholars working on migration studies (entre autres catherine withold de wenden, virginie guiraudon, jean matringe, karine parrot, caroline lantero, christel cournil, chloé vlassopoulou, serge slama et moi aussi !)
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    • Yes, this was surprising to me too. I think it reflects the unfortunate divide between anglophone and francophone literatures. I will try to use other data sources and also include journals such as Migrations et société, Revue européenne des migrations internationales, and Cahiers de l’Urmis. Are there other francophone journals that focus exclusively on migration issues, which I should conider?

  4. I would love to read this post, but unfortunately I am unable to view the content. I can only see the image and the comments. Could anybody help me with that?

    Thank you

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