International Migration, Vol. 55(6) December 2017

Number of Pages: 
216
Volume: 
55(6)
ISSN: 
1468-2435
Year: 
2017
Description: 

International Migration is a refereed bimonthly review of the International Organization for Migration (IOM) on current migration issues as analysed by demographers, economists, and sociologists all over the world. The journal is edited by Carleton University and published and distributed by Wiley. The editor at Carleton University is responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

Table of contents: 
  • Editorial by Howard Duncan
  • An interview with Aydan Ozoguz, German Commissioner for Immigration, Refugees and Integration
  • Was DACA Responsible for the Surge in Unaccompanied Minors on the Southern Border? by Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes and Thitima Puttitanum
  • Attitudes towards Asylum Seekers in Small Local Communities by Aslan Zorlu
  • Rethinking Urban Refugee Resettlement: A case study of One Karen Community in Rural Georgia, USA by Daniel Gilhooly and Eunbae Lee
  • Exile to Poverty: Policies and Poverty Among Refugees in Poland by Karolina Lukasiewicz
  • Refugees and Shifted Risk: An International Study of Syrian Forced Migration and Smuggling by Danilo Mandic and Charles M. Simpson
  • The Economic Effect of Refugee Crises on Neighbouring Host Countries: Empirical Evidence from Pakistan by Amdadullah Baloch, Said Zamin Shah, Zaleha Mohd Noor and Miloud Lacheheb
  • Interrogating the Relationship between Remigration and Sustainable Return by Katie Kuschminder
  • Economic Reintegration of Ethiopian Women Returned from the Middle East by Beza L. Nisrane, Ann Morissens, Ariana Need and René Torenvlied
  • To stay or to return? Return migration intentions of Moroccans in Italy by Angela Paparusso and Elena Ambrosetti
  • “Not everything that counts can be counted”: Assessing ‘success’ of EU external migration policy by Natasja Reslow
  • Affecting Lives: How Winning the US Diversity Visa Lottery Impacts DV Migrants Pre- and Post-Migration by Onoso Imoagene 
  • A Picture is Worth a Thousand Words: Irregular Transmigrants’ Journeys and Mental Mapping Methodology by Amalia Campos-Delgado
  • Governing agricultural migrant workers as an “emergency”: converging approaches in Northern and Southern Italian rural towns by Michela Semprebon, Roberta Marzorati and Anna Mary Garrapa

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