Cities and Immigration : Political and Moral Dilemma in the New era of Migration. By Avner de-Shalit.

Hoye, M. (2020). Cities and Immigration : Political and Moral Dilemma in the New era of Migration. By Avner de-Shalit. Perspectives on Politics. 18(1), pp. 240-241, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/S1537592719004298

Return aspirations and coerced return: A case study on Syrian refugees in Turkey and Lebanon.

Müller-Funk, L. & Fransen, S. (2020). Return aspirations and coerced return: A case study on Syrian refugees in Turkey and Lebanon. IMI Working Papers No. 162, https://shorturl.at/qAEH4.

The labor market reintegration of returned refugees in Afghanistan.

Loschmann, C. and Marchand, K. (2020). The labor market reintegration of returned refugees in Afghanistan. Small Business Economics. More information.

Recognition of civil status (certificates), with special attention to secondary recognition of documents already recognizes in another Member State.

De Groot, G.R. & De Groot, D., (2020). Recognition of civil status (certificates), with special attention to secondary recognition of documents already recognizes in another Member State. In: Andre Janssen & Hans Schulte-Noelke (eds.), Researches in European Private Law and…

Chapter 16: The Well-Being of Stay Behind Family Members in Migrant Households.

Haagsman, K. & Mazzucato, V. (2020). Chapter 16: The Well-Being of Stay Behind Family Members in Migrant Households. In T. Bastia & R. Skeldon (Eds.), Routlegde Handbook of Migration and Development, 181-190, DOI: https://doi.org/10.4324/9781315276908

Nationality and Statelessness Among Persons of Western Saharan Origin.

Manby, B. (2020). “Nationality and Statelessness Among Persons of Western Saharan Origin. Journal of Immigration, Asylum and Nationality Law, 34(1), pp. 9-29.

Be prepared for the unexpected: The gap between (im)mobility intentions and subsequent behaviour of recent higher education graduates.

Hooijen, I., Meng, C. & Reinold, J., (2020). Be prepared for the unexpected: The gap between (im)mobility intentions and subsequent behaviour of recent higher education graduates. Population Space and Place, 2313, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.2313

The intergenerational impact of naturalisation reforms: the citizenship status of children of immigrants in the Netherlands, 1995–2016

Abstract: For many children of immigrants to Europe, being born in a European country does not give them rights of citizenship. To acquire citizenship of the country of their birth, they typically rely on their parents’ naturalisation. While many European…

Expanding transnational care networks: comparing caring for families with caring for homes.

Schaab, T. and Wagner, L. (2020), Expanding transnational care networks: comparing caring for families with caring for homes. Global Networks, 20(1), pp. 190-207, DOI: 1111/glob.12257.

Educational mismatches for second generation migrants. An analysis of applied science graduates in the Netherlands.

Falcke, S., Meng, C., & Nollen, R. (2020). Educational mismatches for second generation migrants. An analysis of applied science graduates in the Netherlands. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2020.1738211