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02 Oct 2015

International Migration, Vol. 51(2) 2013

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 at Georgetown University's Institute for the Study of International Migration (ISIM) and published and distributed by Wiley. The editors at ISIM are responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

  • Anthropology and Transnational Migration: A Focus on Policy by Marietta L. Baba
  • The Efficacy and Impact of the Alien Transfer Exit Programme: Migrant Perspectives from Nogales, Sonora, Mexico by Jason De León
  • Latino Immigrants, Discrimination and Reception in Columbus, Ohio by Jeffrey H. Cohen and Nidia Merino Chavez
  • Canada's Migrants without History: Neoliberal Immigration Regimes and Trinidadian Transnationalism by Belinda Leach
  • Effects of Policy Changes on Thai Migration to Iceland by Johanna Gisladottir Bissat
  • Language Policy in Practice: Re-bordering the Nation by Marietta L. Baba and Carla Dahl-Jørgensen
  • Migration, Policy, and Anthropology by David Haines
  • Family Migration: The Role of Children and Education in Family Decision-Making Strategies of Polish Migrants in London by Louise Ryan and Rosemary Sales
  • Arranged Marriages as Support for Intra-ethnic Matchmaking? A Case Study on Muslim Migrants in Germany by Andrea Hense and Marén Schorch
  • Family Debts, Personal Desires and Migratory Realities: Albanian Second-Generation Youth in Athens by Angeliki Athanasopoulou
  • Immigrant Fertility: A Comparative Study between Italy and Russia by Eleonora Mussino and Alyson A. Van Raalte
  • Bangladeshi Migrant Workers in Hong Kong: Adaptation Strategies in an Ethnically Distant Destination by A.K.M. Ahsan Ullah
  • Like Mother, Like Daughter? An Economic Comparison of Immigrant Mothers and Their Daughters by Gary Smith and Margaret Hwang Smith
  • “Whom should We Help First?” Transnational Helping Practices in Ecuadorian Migration by Paolo Boccagni

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