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(2) April 2018

  • Manifestations of Migrant Vulnerability by Teresita Rocha‐Jimenez, Kimberly C. Brouwer, Marissa Salazar, Sabrina C. Boyce, Argentina E. Servin, Shira M. Goldenberg, Hugo Staines‐Orozco, Ricardo B. Vera‐Monroy, Jay G. Silverman
  • Earning Gaps for Chinese Immigrants in Canada and the United States by Zheng Wu, Sharon M. Lee, Feng Hou Barry Edmonston, Adam Carmichael
  • Are the Consequences of Experiencing Discrimination the same for Immigrants of Differing Socio‐Economic Status in Japan? by Shun Gong
  • Back Pay for Trafficked Migrant Workers: An Indonesian Case Study by Wayne Palmer
  • Healthcare Reforms and the Creation of Ex‐/Included Categories of Patients — “Irregular Migrants” and the “Undesirable” in the French Healthcare System by Jérémy Geeraert
  • The Second Generation in Chile: Negotiating Identities, Rights, and Public Policy by Iskra Pavez‐Soto, Carol Chan
  • Labour Market Disadvantages of Second‐Generation Turks and Moroccans in the Netherlands: Before and during the Great Recession by Dirk Witteveen, Richard Alba
  • Mediating Role of Psychological Capital in the Relationship between Social Support and Wellbeing of Refugees by Alexander Newman, Ingrid Nielsen, Russell Smyth, Giles Hirst
  • Spatial Contestation, Victimisation and Resistance during Xenophobic Violence: The Experiences of Somali Migrants in Post‐Apartheid South Africa by Ernest A. Pineteh
  • Historical Trauma, Resettlement, and Intervention Strategies: An Analysis of Somali‐Canadian's Experiences by Nimo Bokore
  • Quality of Life of Afghan Immigrants in Tehran city by Hossein Mansourian, Seyed Abbas Rajaei
  • A Panel Study of Immigrants’ Overeducation and Earnings in Australia by Le Wen, Sholeh A. Maani

International Migration, Vol. 56(1) February 2018

  • Editorial
  • Decision to Emigrate amongst the Youth in Lebanon by Ghassan Dibeh Ali Fakih Walid Marrouch
  • Marriage Migration Policy in South Korea: Social Investment beyond the Nation State by Gyuchan Kim Majella Kilkey
  • Does International Migration Affect Labor Supply, Non‐farm Diversification and Welfare of Households? Evidence from Egypt by Mohamed Arouri Cuong Viet Nguyen
  • Moving the Migration Frontier: A Chinese Qiaoxiang Migration Model? by Minghuan Li Diana Wong
  • Irregular Migration toward Greece: Narratives of Irregular Migrants by Muhammad Wajid Tahir Rubina Kauser Madeline Bury
  • The Effect of Remittances on Economic Growth in Kyrgyzstan and Macedonia: Accounting for Financial Development by Ronald Ravinesh Kumar Peter Josef Stauvermann Arvind Patel Selvin Prasad
  • International Remittances and Private Schooling: Evidence from Kerala, India by C. Valatheeswaran M. Imran Khan
  • Do remittances improve income inequality? An instrumental variable quantile analysis of the Senegalese case by George Abuchi Agwu Denis Nfor Yuni Lasbrey Anochiwa
  • Trust and Hometown Associations in Haitian Post‐Earthquake Reconstruction by Sophonie Milande Joseph Clara Irazábal Alison M. Désir
  • Natural Disasters and Human Trafficking: Do Disasters Affect State Anti‐Trafficking Performance? by Zack Bowersox