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29 Feb 2020

International Migration Vol. 58 (1) February 2020

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 Koç University and published and distributed by Wiley. The editor at Koç University is responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

  • Editorial
  • Ahmet İçduygu, Jan Rath, Deniz Sert and Ayşen Üstübici
    • Special Issue Introduction: Exploring the Lived Experiences of Intra-EU Mobility in an Era of Complex Economic and Political Change by Russell King and Manolis Pratsinakis
    • A Crisis-Driven Migration? Aspirations and Experiences of the Post-2008 South European Migrants in London Manolis Pratsinakis, Russell King, Carmen Leon Himmelstine and Caterina Mazzilli
    • Overcoming “Crisis”: Mobility Capabilities and “stretching” a Migrant Identity among Young Irish in London and Return Migrants by Aija Lulle, Liam Coakley and Piaras MacÉinrí
    • Post-2008 Multi-Sited Household Practices: Between Morocco, Spain and Norway by Dominique Jolivet
    • The Ambiguity of Return Migration: Prolonged Crisis and Uncertainty in the Life Strategies of Young Romanian and Latvian Returnees by Elina Apsite-Berina, Mădălina-Elena Manea and Maris Berzins
    • (New) Bulgarian Enlighteners and Ambassadors? The Reinvention of National Identity in Times of Crisis by Elena Genova
    • EU Children in Brexit Britain: Re-Negotiating Belonging in Nationalist Times by Elisabetta Zontini and Davide Però
    • Long-Term Care Crisis in The Netherlands and Migration of Live-in Care Workers: Transnational Trajectories, Coping Strategies and Motivation Mixes by María Bruquetas-Callejo
    • Integration Needs and Support Offered: The Effects of Support on Young Spaniards in Germany by Mustafa Aksakal and Kerstin Schmidt
    • Far from a Burden: EU Migrants as Pioneers of a European Social Protection System from Below by Marie Godin
    • Commentary: A Citizenship without Social Rights? EU Freedom of Movement and Changing Access to Welfare Rights by Roxana Barbulescu and Adrian Favell
    • Immigration, Bureaucracies and Policy Formulation: The Case of Quebec by Mireille Paquet
    • Temporary Labour–Migration System and Long–term Residence Strategies in the United Arab Emirates by Marko Valenta, Kaley Elizabeth Knowlton, Jo Jakobsen, Mouawiya Al Awad and Zan Strabac
    • Latin Americans and Caribbeans in Europe: A Cross-Country Analysis by Jordi Bayona-i-Carrasco and Rosalia Avila-Tàpies
    • Implications of Collection of Excessive Brokerage Fees for Migrant Workers in the Domestic Care Sector in Israel by Gal Talit, Yoram Ida and Sigal Levy
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