International Migration Journal

The International Migration Journal 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 online by Wiley. The editor at Carleton University, Dr. Howard Duncan, is responsible for the direction and content of the journal.

International Migration, Vol. 56(4) August 2018

SPECIAL SECTION: MIGRATION AND SOCIAL CLASS GUEST EDITORS: SEBASTIEN CHAUVIN AND SASKIA BONJOUR

  • Social Class, Migration Policy and Migrant Strategies: An Introduction by Saskia Bonjour and Sébastien Chauvin
  • Managing the National Status Group: Immigration Policy in Germany by Jennifer Elrick and Elke Winter
  • Family Migration as a Class Matter by Eleonore Kofman
  • Looking for the Best and Brightest? Deservingness Regimes in Italian Labour Migration Management by Paola Bonizzoni
  • Party Positions on Economic Criteria for Naturalization in Austria by Jeremias Stadlmair
  • “Moroccan youngsters”: category politics in the Netherlands by Conny Roggeband and Marleen van der Haar
  • Migration, masculinity and social class: Insights from Pikine, Senegal by Sebastian Prothmann
  • Negotiating class, femininity and career: Latin American migrant women entrepreneurs in Spain by María Villares-Varela
  • Social mobility allowing for ethnic identification: reassertion of ethnicity among Moroccan and Turkish Dutch by Marieke Slootman

MIGRATION INTENTIONS

  • Should I stay or should I go now? Exploring Polish women's returns “home” by Eva A. Duda-Mikulin
  • Settlement Intentions and Immigrant Integration: The Case of Recently Arrived EU-Immigrants in the Netherlands by Gusta G. Wachter and Fenella Fleischmann
  • Gender, Rootedness, Normative Beliefs and Emigration Intentions of Slovak University Students by Oľga Orosová, Jozef Benka, Lucia Hricová and Marta Kulanová
  • Migration Planning Among Female Prospective Labour Migrants from Nepal: A Comparison of First-Time and Repeat-Migrants by Tanya Abramsky, Joelle Mak, Cathy Zimmerman, Ligia Kiss and Bandita Sijapati
  • Entrepreneurial Motivations and Capabilities of Migrant Entrepreneurs in Australia by Nthati Rametse, Topoyame Moremong-Nganunu, Ming Juan Ding and Pia Arenius
  • Choosing Unauthorized Migration: Evidence from Return Migrants by Didier Ruedin and Majlinda Nesturi

International Migration, Vol. 56(3) June 2018

MIGRATION: POLITICS AND POLICY

  • Are there electoral cycles of emigration? An empirical investigation based on European data ​by Paulo Reis Mourão, Salvatore Ercolano and Giuseppe Lucio Gaeta
  • Massive Migration and Elections: Evidence from the Refugee Crisis in Greece ​by Chrysovalantis Vasilakis
  • Dealing with Migrants in the Central Mediterranean Route: A Legal Analysis of Recent Bilateral Agreements Between Italy and Libya by Andrea de Guttry, Francesca Capone and Emanuele Sommario
  • Labour Migration Policy in Russia: Considerations on Governmentality by Vladimir S. Malakhov and Mark E. Simon
  • Responding to Irregular Migration: High Potential of Local Governments in Turkey byH. Deniz Genç
  • The Effect of Anti-Discrimination Policies on Middle Eastern and North African Immigrants in 24 European Countries by Elyakim Kislev
  • Comparing the Incomparable? Migrant Integration Policies and Perplexities of Comparison by Snježana Gregurović and Drago Župarić-Iljić

SPECIAL SECTION: SUBJECTIVE PERCEPTIONS RELATED TO MIGRATION GUEST EDITORS: KARIN AMIT AND DVORA BLU

  • Special Issue: Subjective Perceptions Related to Migration by Karin Amit and Dvora Blum
  • Dimensions of life satisfaction: Immigrant and ethnic minorities by Nonna Kushnirovich and Arie Sherman
  • Sense of Belonging and Life Satisfaction among Post-1990 Immigrants in Israel by Rebeca Raijman and Rona Geffen
  • “It will help me in life, that my life will be better”: Future Challenges for Children of Migrant Families by Doly Eliyahu-Levi and Michal Ganz-Meishar
  • “Now I am also Israeli”: From Illegality to Legality - Life experiences and identities of migrant workers’ children after receiving civil status in Israel by Deby Babis, Anabel Lifszyc-Friedlander and Galia Sabar
  • Emotional Integration across Immigrant Generations in Baden-Württemberg, Germany: the Role of Discrimination by Oshrat Hochman, Anna Stein, Noah Lewin-Epstein and Thomas Wöhler
  • What's in a Name? Causes and Consequences of Labelling Minorities as “National” or “Migrant”: Roma in Italy and Spain by Tina Magazzini