Maastricht Centre for Citizenship, Migration and Development (MACIMIDE) is the interdisciplinary research platform of Maastricht University that brings together scholars working in the fields of migration, mobility, citizenship, development and family life. MACIMIDE combines various research lines across different Faculties of Maastricht University in order to contribute to a better understanding of the dynamics and consequences of transnational migration and mobility in a European and global context. Read more about MACIMIDE.
- Elsayed, A. & de Grip, A. (2017). Terrorism and integration of Muslim immigrants.Journal of Population Economics 31 (1), 45-67.
Kuschminder, K. (2017). Interrogating the Relationship between Remigration and Sustainable Return. International Migration. Early View.
Kuschminder, K. 2017. Reintegration Strategies: Conceptualizing How Return Migrants Reintegrate. Palgrave Macmillan: London.
Kuschminder, K. (2017). “Taking Stock of Assisted Voluntary Return from Europe: Decision Making, Reintegration and Sustainable Return”. Global Governance Programme, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute Working Paper No. 2017-31.
- Merkle, O., Reinold, J., Siegel, M. (2017). A Gender Perspective on Corruption Encountered during Forced and Irregular Migration. GIZ
Peters, F., Vink, M., Schmeets, H. (2017). Anticipating the citizenship premium: before and after effects of immigrant naturalisation on employment. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Shachar, A., Bauboeck, R., Bloemraad, I., Vink, M. (2017). The Oxford Handbook of Citizenship. Oxford University Press.
Bigili, Ö., Kuschminder, K., Siegel, M. (2017). Return migrants’ perceptions of living conditions in Ethiopia: A gendered analysis. Migration Studies (forthcoming).
Cebotari, V., Mazzucato, V., Appiah, E. (2017). A longitudinal analysis of well-being of Ghanaian children in transnational families. Child Development (forthcoming).
Cebotari, V., Mazzucato, V., Siegel, M. (2017). Gendered Perceptions of Migration Among Ghanaian Children in Transitional Care. Child Indicators Research (forthcoming).
- Volante, L., Klinger, D., Siegel, M., Bilgili, O. (2017). Immigrant youth help to build nations. The Conversation.
- Hooijen, I., Meng, C., Reinold, J., Siegel, M. (2017). Competition for talent: retaining graduates in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. European Planning Studies (forthcoming).
- Elsayed, A., de Grip, A. (2017). Terrorism and the integration of Muslim immigrants. Journal of Population Economics (forthcoming).
Vink, M. (2017). Citizenship and Legal Statuses in Relation to the Integration of Migrants and Refugees. In R. Bauböck and M. Tripkovic, eds. The Integration of Migrants and Refugees. European University Institute, pp. 24-46.
Vink M., Prokic-Breuer T., Dronkers J. (2017). Access to Citizenship and the Role of Origin Countries. In A. Weinar, A. Unterreiner, P. Fargues, eds. Migrant Integration Between Homeland and Host Society Volume 1: Where does the country of origin fit? Springer International Publishing, pp. 201-224.
Reslow, N. (2017). Not everything that counts can be counted”: Assessing ‘success’ of EU external migration policy. International Migration (forthcoming).
- Haagsman, K. (2017). Do Transnational Child-Raising Arrangements Affect Job Outcomes of Migrant Parents? Comparing Angolan Parents in Transnational and NonTransnational Families in the Netherlands. Journal of Family Issues (forthcoming).
- Naudé, W., Siegel, M. and Marchand, K. (2017). Migration, entrepreneurship and development: critical questions. IZA Journal of Migration 2017 6 (5).
- Kuschminder, K. and Koser, K. (2017). The role of migration-specific and migration-relevant policies in migrant decision-making in transit. #2017-022 United Nations University UNU-MERIT Working Papers.
- Cebotari, V., M. Siegel and V. Mazzucato (2017). Child Development and Migrant Transnationalism: The Health of Children Who Stay Behind in Ghana and Nigeria. The Journal of Development Studies, Vol. 53, Iss. 3.
- Mazzucato, V., Dito, B., Grassi, M., and Vivet, J. (2017). Transnational parenting and the well-being of Angloan migrant parents in Europe. Global Networks, Vol. 17, Iss. 1.
- Waidler, J., Vanore, M., Gassman, F., and Siegel, M. (2017). Migration and the Multi-Dimensional Well-Being of Elderly Persons in Georgia. Journal of Population Ageing (forthcoming).
- Wagner, L. B. (2017). Viscous automobilities: diasporic practices and vehicular assemblages of visiting ‘home’. Mobilities, Vol. 0 , Iss. 0,0.
- Cebotari, V., M. Siegel and V. Mazzucato (2016). Migration and the education of children who stay behind in Moldova and Georgia. International Journal of Educational Development, Vol. 51.
- Dumbrava, C. (2016). Reproducing the nation: reproduction, citizenship and ethno-demographic survival in post-communist Romania. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 0 , Iss. 0,0.
- Hoye, J. M. (2016). Neo-republicanism, Old Imperialism, and Migration Ethics. Constellations (Advance Online Publication).
- Reinold, J., Roosen, I., Hoogenboom, A., Westendorp, I., and Koch, K. (2016) International Marriage Brokers and Mail Order Brides. Analysing the need for regulation. European Parliament Think Tank.
- Siegel, M. (2016). Deconstructing the meanings of and motivations for return: an Afghan case study, Comparative Migration Studies, Comparative Migration Studies, Vo. 4, Iss. 21.