Publications

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Publications in 2020:

  • Bastia, T. and K. Haagsman. 2020. Chapter 9: Gender, Migration and Development’. In T. Bastia and R. Skeldon (eds.). Routlegde Hand’book of Migration and Development, pp. 103-113. London: Routlegde.
  • Bonjour, S. and B. de Hart. 2020. ‘Intimate citizenship: introduction to the special issue on citizenship, membership and belonging in mixed-membership families’. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, doi: 10.1080/1070289X.2020.1737404.
  • Caarls, Kim, Bilgili, Özge and Sonja Fransen. 2020. “Evolution of migration trajectories and transnational social networks over time: a study among sub-Saharan African migrants in Europe”. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, doi: org/10.1080/1369183X.2020.1804195.
  • Cleton, L. 2020. 'Book review: Deported Americans. Life After Deportation To Mexico by Beth C. Caldwell'. PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, available here.
  • Cleton, L. 2020. “Book review: Policing Undocumented Migrants. Law, Violence and Responsibility”. University of Oxford: Border Criminologies Blog. Available here.
  • Cleton, L. 2020. ‘Meelopen met de regievoerders. Over grenzen aan participeren en observeren binnen terugkeertrajecten van ongedocumenteerde migranten in Nederland. KWALON: Tijdschrift voor Kwalitatief Onderzoek, 25(1): 10-15.
  • Cleton, L. and R. Schweitzer. 2020. ‘Using or Inducing Return Aspirations? On the role of return counsellors in the implementation of ‘assisted voluntary return’ policies in Austria and the Netherlands’. IMI Working Paper Series 160: 1-22. Available here.
  • De Groot, G.R. & D. De Groot. 2020. ‘Recognition of civil status (certificates), with special attention to secondary recognition of documents already recognizes in another Member State’. In: Janssen, A. & H. Schulte-Noelke (eds.). Researches in European Private Law and Beyond, Contribution in Honour of  Reiner Schulze’s Seventieth Birthday, pp. 283-297, See pdf.
  • Fajth, Veronika and Özge Bilgili. 2020. “Beyond the isolation thesis: exploring the links between residential concentration and immigrant integration in the Netherlands”. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 46(15): 3252-3276.
  • Falcke, S., Meng, C., & R. Nollen. 2020. ‘Educational mismatches for second generation migrants. An analysis of applied science graduates in the Netherlands’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, doi: https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2020.1738211
  • Geurts, N., Davids, T. and N. Spierings .2020. ‘The lived experience of an integration paradox: Why high-skilled migrants from Turkey experience little national belonging in the Netherlands’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, doi: 1080/1369183X.2020.1770062.
  • Gkliati, Mariana. 2020. “Frontex Return Operations and their Human Rights Implications”. In Soysüren, Ibrahim and Nedelcu, Mihaela (eds), Deportation of Foreigners: EU instruments, Nation-State practices and social actors‘ involvement. Bern: Peter Lang Editions.
  • Gkliati, Mariana. “Refugee Covid case sparks 'closed camps' fears on Lesbos”. Interview in the Guardian, available here.
  • Haagsman, K. and V. Mazzucato. 2020. ‘Chapter 16: The Well-Being of Stay Behind Family Members in Migrant Households’. In T. Bastia & R. Skeldon (eds.). Routlegde Handbook of Migration and Development, 181-190. London: Routlegde.
  • Hooijen, I., Meng, C. & J. Reinold. 2020. ‘Be prepared for the unexpected: The gap between (im)mobility intentions and subsequent behaviour of recent higher education graduates’. Population Space and Place, doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.2313
  • Hoye, M. 2020. ‘Cities and Immigration: Political and Moral Dilemma in the New era of Migration, by Avner de-Shalit’. Perspectives on Politics. 18(1): 240-241.
  • Huddleston, T., 2020. ‘Naturalisation in context: how nationality laws and procedures shape immigrants’ interest and ability to acquire nationality in six European countries’. Comparative Migration Studies, 8(18).
  • Huddleston, H. and S. Falcke. 2020. ‘Nationality Policies in the Books and in Practice: Comparing Immigrant Naturalisation across Europe’. International Migration, available here.
  • Jones, Chris, Kilpatrick, Jane and Maria Gkliati. 2020. Deportation Union: Rights, Accountability, and the EU’s Push to Increased Forced Removals. Statewatch report, available here.
  • Kalir, B. 2020. ‘’ 3D threats to illegalised migrants – desertion, detention, deportation – during pandemic’.  The Viral Condition: Identities Virtual Symposium. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power. Available here.
  • Kalir, B. 2020.’On the universal and the particular in studying oppressive mobility regimes’. International Journal of Migration and Border Studies, 5(4): 409-416.
  • Kalir, B. and C. Cantat. 2020. ‘Fund but disregard: the EU’s relationship to academic research on mobility’. Crisis Magazine, 2. Available here.
  • Kox, M., Boone, M. and R. Staring. 2020. ‘The pains of being unauthorized in the Netherlands’. Punishment and Society, doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/1462474519887357.
  • Kox, M. 2020. Reactie op het rapport “Grenzen aan Vreemdelingenbewaring”. NPO Radio 1, hier te beluisteren.
  • Kox, M. and I van Liempt. 2020. Blog: ‘I would stay home if I had one. The impact of the COVID-19 crisis on unautorhozed migrants in Amsterdam. Available here.
  • Kox, M. and I van Liempt. 2020. Blog: Ignorance, delays and backlogs. The impact of the COVID-19  pandemic on refugees in Amsterdam. Available here.
  • Kox, M. and I van Liempt. 2020. Blog: Lockdown in the Netherlands – The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on asylum seekers, refugees and unauthorized migrants in Amsterdam. Available here.
  • Kox, M.H. and R.H.J.M. Staring. 2020. ‘”If you don’t have documents or a legal procedure, you are out!” Making humanitarian organizations partner in migration control’. European Journal of Criminology, doi: 10.1177/1477370820932079.
  • Labussière, M. and M. Vink. 2020. ‘The intergenerational impact of naturalisation reforms: the citizenship status of children of immigrants in the Netherlands, 1995-2016’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, doi: 1080/1369183X.2020.1724533.
  • Larruina, R. and H. Ghorashi. 2020. ‘Box-ticking Exercise or Real Inclusion? Challenges of Including Refugees’ Perspectives in EU Policy’. In E. M. Gozdziak, I. Main, and B. Sutter (eds.), Europe and the Refugee Response: A Crisis of Values?, pp. 128-148. London: Routledge. https://doi.org/10.4324/9780429279317.
  • Mantu, S. 2020. ‘EU citizenship and Covid-19. A crisis of citizenship?!’.  EULawLive, available at: https://eulawlive.com/op-ed-eu-citizenship-and-covid-19-a-crisis-of-citizenship-by-sandra-mantu/.
  • Mantu, S. 2020. ‘EU Citizenship and EU Territory. Unsettling the National, Embedding the Supranational’. In Mantu, S., Minderhoud P. and E. Guild (eds). EU Citizenship and Free Movement Rights. Taking Supranational Citizenship Seriously, pp. 410-434. Leiden: Brill.
  • Mantu, S. 2020. ‘Gender and EU citizenship: mobile women caught between work, resources and the market’. World Trade Institute, available at: https://www2.ru.nl/mailings/link.php?M=1474459&N=5988&L=17222&F=H.
  • Mantu, S., Minderhoud, P. and E. Guild. 2020. EU Citizenship and Free Movement Rights: Taking Supranational Citizenship Seriously. Leiden: Brill.
  • Nagy, V., & K. Kerezsi. (eds.). 2020. A Critical Approach to Police Science: New Perspectives in Post-Transitional Policing Studies. Den Haag: Eleven International Publishing.
  • Oosterom-Stapels, H. 2020. Noot bij: ABRvS 21 november 2019, 201806756/1/V1, ECLI:NL:RVS:2019:3946, JV 2020/19. Available here.
  • Rodrigues, P., Liefaard, T. and S. Rap (eds.). 2019. Monitoring Children’s Rights in the Netherlands, 30 years of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Leiden: Leiden University Press.
  • Sabchev, T. 2020. Blog: University corridors and the role of academia in opening safe and legal pathways for refugees to Europe’. Available here: https://www.uu.nl/en/opinion/blog-university-corridors-and-the-role-of-academia-in-opening-safe-and-legal-pathways-for-refugees.  
  • Schaab, T. and L. Wagner. 2020. ‘Expanding transnational care networks: comparing caring for families with caring for homes’. Global Networks, 20(1): 190-207.
  • Siegel, M., 2020. ‘Migration and Health’. In Bastia, T. & R. Skeldon (eds), Routledge Handbook of Migration and Development. London: Routledge.
  • Snel, Erik, Bilgili, Özge and Richard Staring. 2020. “Migraiton trajectories and transnational support within and beyond Europe”. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, doi: 1080/1369183X.2020.1804189.
  • Van der Zwan, R., J. Tolsma & M. Lubbers. 2020. ‘Under what conditions do ethnic minority candidates attract the ethnic minority vote? How neighbourhood and candidate characteristics affected ethnic affinity voting in the Dutch 2017 parliamentary elections’. Political Geography.
  • Vrăbiescu, I., 2020. “Deportation, smart borders and mobile citizens: using digital methods and traditional police activities to deport EU citizens”. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2020.1796267.
  • Vrăbiescu, I., 2020. “Embodying the nation, representing the state: Performativity of police work in the Franco-Romanian bilateral agreement”. Environment and Planning C: Politics and Space, DOI: 10.1177/2399654420931865.
  • Zwaan, K.M., Terlouw, A.B., Strik, M.H.A., Oosterom-Staples, H., Minderhoud, P.E., Lange, T. de, Grütters, C.A.F.M., Geertsema, K.E. & Fernhout, R. 2020. Nederlands Migratierecht. Den Haag: Boom Juridische Uitgevers

Publications in 2019:

  • Adger, N., Boyd, E., Fabos, A., Fransen, S., Jolivet, D., Neville G., Safra de Campos, R. and M. Vijge. 2019. ‘Migration transforms the conditions for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals’. Lancet Planetary Health 3(11): 440-442.
  • Andersson, L. and Siegel, M. 2019. ‘Empirical assessments of the development impacts of migration’. Mignex, 2 (4).
  • Avontuur, S. and T. de Lange. 2019. ‘Geen 838 duizend, maar 558 duizend buitenlandse werknemers in Nederland’. Sociale Vraagstukken Blog, accessible here.
  • Beckers, P.J and J. Muller. 2018. From skills to work: guidelines for designing policies to strengthen labor market integration of beneficiaries of international protection in the EU. The Hague: IOM. Full text.
  • Beckers, P.J. & L. Borghans. 2019 Concentratie migranten verkleint kansen op arbeidsmarkt niet. ESB 104 (4775), available here.
  • Beckers, P.J. & S. Boschman. 2019 ‘Residential choices of foreign highly skilled workers in the Netherlands and the role of neighbourhood and urban regional characteristics’. Urban Studies 56(4): 760-777.
  • Bilgili, Ö. 2019. "Policy approaches to integration of newly arrived immigrant children in schools: The case of the Netherlands", OECD Education Working Papers, No. 206, OECD Publishing, Paris.
  • Bilgili, Ö. 2019. How the Netherlands helps integrate newly arrived immigrant children in schools?, Education Today Blog. OECD.
  • Bilgili, Ö. 2019. Promote optimal contact against fear, intolerance and misconceptions about migrants and refugees in Europe. One World Magazine.   
  • Bilgili, Ö., Loschmann, C., Fransen, S. and M. Siegel. 2019. ‘Is the Education of Local Children Influenced by Living near a Refugee Camp? Evidence from Host Communities in Rwanda. International Migration, doi: 10.1111/imig.12541.
  • Bilgili, Ö., Volante, L., Klinger, D., & M. Siegel. 2019. Confronting the challenge of immigrant and refugee student underachievement: Policies and practices from Canada, New Zealand and the European Union. UNU-MERIT Working paper.
  • Bilgili, Ö. and S. Fransen. 2019. ‘Return, Reintegration and the Role of State’. Migration & Integration 8-Dialogzwischen Politik, Wissenschaft und Praxis8, 129.
  • Boekestein, T. L. and G.R de Groot. 2019. ‘Discussing the human rights limits on loss of citizenship: a normative-legal perspective on egalitarian arguments regarding Dutch Nationality laws targeting Dutch-Moroccans’. Citizenship Studies 3(4): 320-337.
  • Brouwer, E.R., Kok, S.G. and K.M. Zwaan (red.). 2019. Jurisprudentie Rechtspraak Vreemdelingenrecht 1950-2019. Landmark Cases on Asylum and Immigration Law. Nijmegen: Ars Aequi.
  • Burnazoglu, M., 2019. ‘Built-in Normativity in Tailoring Identity: The Case of the EU Skills Profile Tool for Integrating Refugees’. Journal of Economic Methodology, DOI: 10.1080/1350178X.2019.1680856.
  • Carrera, S. and Vankova, Z. 2019. ‘Human Rights Aspects of Immigrant and Refugee Integration Policies. A comparative assessment in selected Council of Europe Member States. Strasbourg: Special Representative of the Secretary General on Migration and Refugees of the Council of Europe. Accessible here.
  • Carrera, S., Vosyliūtė, L., Vankova, Z., Laurentsyeva, N., Fernandes, M., Dennison, J. and Guerin, J. 2019. ‘The Cost of Non-Europe in the Area of Legal Migration’, Brussels: Directorate for Impact Assessment and European Added Value within the Directorate General for Parliamentary Research Services, European Parliament. Accessible here.
  • Cleton, L. 2019. ‘From the Field: ‘We Have Got Nothing to Hide Here’: Reflections on Researching the Deportation Apparatus in The Netherlands’. University of Oxford: Border Criminologies. Available here.
  • Cleton, L. 2019. ‘Book review: Governing Irregular Migration: Bordering Culture, Labour and Security in Spain’. University of Oxford: Border Criminologies. Available here.
  • Cleton, L. and S. Chauvin. 2019. ‘Performing freedom in the Dutch deportation regime: bureaucratic persuasion and the enforcement of “voluntary return”’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
  • de Hoon, M., Vink, M. & H. Schmeets. 2019. ‘A ticket to mobility? Naturalisation and subsequent migration of refugees after obtaining asylum in the Netherlands’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies.
  • Diker, E. and N.J. Ragab. 2019. Diaspora Mobilization in Contexts of Political Uncertainties: Exploring the potentials, limits and future roles of the Syrian civil society in the Middle East and Europe. Study commissioned by the Danish Refugee Council’s Civil Society Engagement Unit (CSEU).
  • Dzananovic, D. 2019. Church Assistance to Unauthorized Stayers. The U.S. and Netherlands Compared. Nijmegen Migration Law Working Papers Series, no 2019/3. Nijmegen: Radboud University Nijmegen.
  • Fajth, V., Bilgili, Ö., Loschmann, C. and M. Siegel. 2019. ‘How do refugees affect social life in host communities? The case of Congolese refugees in Rwanda’. Comparative Migration Studies7(1), available here.
  • Flegar, V. and E. Iedema. 2019. ‘The Use of the ‘Vulnerability’ Label by the Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination Against Women: Protecting or Stigmatizing Women and Girls in the Forced Migration Context?’ Brill Open Law, p.1-41. Availabe here.
  • Fransen, S. and De Haas, H. 2019. The Volume and Geography of Forced Migration. IMI Working Papers No. 156.
  • Geurts, N. and M. Lubbers. 2019. ‘The role of country of origin engagement in second-language proficiency of recent migrants’. Ethnic and Racial Studies 42(16): 120-140.
  • Geurts, N., M. Lubbers & N. Spierings. 2019. ‘Structural position and relative deprivation among recent migrants: a longitudinal take on the integration paradox’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2019.1675499.
  • Gkliati, M. 2019. ‘European Border and Coast Guard: The EU force of securitisation in migration governance’. RLI Blog on Refugee Law and Forced Migration, accessible here.
  • Gkliati, M. 2019. ‘The new European Border and Coast Guard: Do increased powers come with enhanced accountability?’. EU Law Analysis Blog, accessible here.
  • Guild, E. 2019. ‘EU Citizens, Foreign Family Members and European Union Law’. European Journal of Migration and Law 21(3): 358-373.
  • Hoye, M. 2019. ‘Sanctuary Cities and Republican Liberty’. Politics and Society, doi: 10.1177/0032329219892362
  • Huddleston, H. & S. Falcke. 2019. ‘Nationality Policies in the Books and in Practice: Comparing Immigrant Naturalisation across Europe’. International Migration.
  • Kalir, B. 2019. ‘Departheid: The Draconian Governance of Illegalized Migrants in Western States’. Conict and Society, 5: 1–22.
  • Kalir, B. 2019. Animation video made together with PUBLIC CINEMA on deportations. De harde feiten achter deportatieregimes. Available here.
  • Kalir, B. 2019. Interview in Folia. ‘Europees uitzettingsbeleid werkt niet’. Available here.
  • Kalir, B. 2019. ‘Repressive Compassion: Deportation Caseworkers Furnishing an Emotional Comfort Zone in Encounters with Illegalized Migrants’. PoLAR: Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 42 (1): 68-84.
  • Kalir, B. 2019. ‘The uncomfortable truth about luck: reflections on getting access to the Spanish state deportation field’. Social Anthropology 27(1): 84–99.
  • Kalir, B., Achermann, C. and D. Rosset. 2019. ‘Re‐searching access: what do attempts at studying migration control tell us about the state?’ Social Anthropology 27(1): 5–16.
  • Kuschminder, K. 2019. ‘Multi-level Governance of Asylum in Italy: Understanding Eritreans' Secondary Movements in Search of Relocation in Italy’. Journal of Refugee Studies, doi: 1093/jrs/fey074.
  • Kuschminder, K. and J. Waidler. 2019. ‘At Europe's Frontline: factors determining migrants decision making for onwards migration from Turkey and Greece’. Migration and Development, doi: 10.1080/21632324.2019.1601829.
  • Larruina, R., Boersma, K. and E. Ponzoni. 2019. ‘Responding to the Dutch Asylum Crisis: Implications for Collaborative Work between Civil Society and Governmental Organizations’. Social Inclusion, Vol 7(2): 53- 64.
  • Lodder, G. 2019. Selectief naast restrictief. Evaluatie van de Wet modern migratiebeleid. The Hague: WODC. Available here.
  • Loschmann, C., Bilgili, Ö. and M. Siegel. 2019. ‘Considering the benefits of hosting refugees: evidence of refugee camps influencing local labour market activity and economic welfare in Rwanda. IZA Journal of Development and Migration, 9 (5): 1-23.
  • Mantu, S. and P. Minderhoud. 2019. ‘Exploring the Links between Residence and Social Rights for Economically Inactive EU Citizens’. European Journal of Migration and Law 21(3): 313-337.
  • Mantu, S., Minderhoud, P. and E. Guild. 2019. ‘Transforming Migrants into ‘Real’ Citizens - EU Citizenship and Some Unfulfilled Promises’. European Journal of Migration and Law 21(3): 283-287.
  • Minderhoud, P.E., Mantu, S.A. & K.M. Zwaan (eds.). 2019. Caught In Between Borders: Citizens, Migrants and Humans, Liber Amicorum in honour of prof. dr. Elspeth Guild. Tilburg: Wolf Legal Publishers.
  • Oosterom-Staples, H. 2019. Integratie in het EU-migratierecht; uniformiteit of maatwerk? Nederlands tijdschrift voor Europees Recht,. Online first here.
  • Oosterom-Staples, H. 2019. Noot bij: Hof van Justitie EU 14 maart 2019, C-557/17, ECLI:EU:C:2019:203 (Y.Z., e.a.), JV 2019/143.
  • Oudejans, N., Rijken, C. and A. Pijnenburg. 2019. ‘Protecting the EU External Borders and the Prohibition of Refoulement’. Melbourne Journal of International Law 19 (2): 614-638.
  • Peters, F. 2019. ‘Naturalization and the transition to homeownership: an analysis of signalling in the Dutch housing market’. Housing Studies.
  • Peters, F., Schmeets, H., & M. Vink. 2019. ‘Naturalisation and Immigrant Earnings: Why and to Whom Citizenship Matters’. European Journal of Population, 1-35.
  • Pijnenburg, A., Gammeltoft-Hansen, T. and C. Rijken. 2019. ‘Controlling Migration through International Cooperation’. European Journal of Migration and Law 20 (4): 365-371
  • Pijnenburg, A. 2019. ‘The Global Compact on Refugees and International Law: A Missed Opportunity?’ Refugee Law Initiative Blog on Refugee Law and Forced Migration, 5 February 2019.
  • Ramos, M., Thijssen, L., and M. Coenders. 2019. ‘Labour Market Discrimination against Moroccan Minorities in the Netherlands and Spain: A cross-national and cross-regional comparison’. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, available here.
  • Rodrigues, P.R. 2019. ‘Human Rights and the Best Interests of the Child in European Family Reunification Law’. In: Bergamini, E. & C. Ragni (eds.), Fundamental Rights and Best Interest of the Child in Transnational Families, p. 55-73. Antwerp: Intersentia.
  • Rodrigues, P., Liefaard, T. and S. Rap (eds.). 2019. Monitoring Children’s Rights in the Netherlands, 30 years of the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child. Leiden: Leiden University Press.
  • Saksela-Bergholm, S., Wahlbeck, Ö. and M. Toivanen. (eds). 2019. Social Inclusion beyond Borders: Utilization of Migrant Capital in Transnational and Diaspora Communities. Social Inclusion 7(44). Full issue here.
  • Siegel, M. 2019. ‘Throwing development money at the ‘migration problem’ – is it completely misguided?’. Mignex insights.
  • Strik, M.H.A. 2019. Migration deals and responsibility sharing. Can the two go together? Nijmegen Migration Law Working Papers Series, no 2019/2. Nijmegen: Radboud University Nijmegen.
  • Strik, M.H.A. 2019. NGOs and the making of EU migration policy. Nijmegen Migration Law Working Papers Series, no 2019/1. Nijmegen: Radboud University Nijmegen.
  • Terlouw A.B. 2019. Te gek voor de rechter. Blote billen, boerka's, baarden en bedelaars, wat is normaal?, Utrecht: Het Lichte Werk. Available //www.ru.nl/rechten/cmr/actueel/nieuws/@1239348/nieuw-boek-gek-rechter/">here.
  • Thijssen, L., Coenders, M., and B. Lancee. 2019. ‘Etnische discriminatie op de Nederlandse arbeidsmarkt: verschillen tussen etnische groepen en de rol van beschikbare informatie over sollicitanten’. Mens & Maatschappij 94(2):141-176.
  • Vallbe, J-J., Gonzalez-Beilfuss, M. and B. Kalir. 2019. ‘Across the Sloping Meadow Floor: An Empirical Analysis of Preremoval Detention of Noncitizens’. Law & Society, 53 (2): 1-24.
  • van Geel, J. 2019. ‘Conflicting framings: Young Ghanaians’ and Dutch education professionals’ views on the impact of mobility on education’. Critical Studies in Education.
  • van Houte, M. & A. Leerkes. 2019: ‘Dealing with (non-)deportability A comparative policy analysis of the post-entry migration enforcement regimes of Western European countries’. UNU-MERIT, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. Report commissioned by the ‘Van Zwol committtee’. Available here.
  • Vink, M., Schakel, A. H., Reichel, D., Chun Luk, N. and G.R. de Groot. 2019. 'The international diffusion of expatriate dual citizenship'. Migration Studies, doi: 1093/migration/mnz011.
  • Volante, L., Klinger, D. and M. Siegel. 2019. ‘Raising the achievement of immigrant students: Towards a multi-layered framework for enhanced student outcomes’. Policy Futures in Education 17(8): 1037–1056.
  • Volante, L., Klinger, D. A., Siegel, M. and L. Yahia. 2019. ‘Policy options for addressing immigrant student achievement gaps’. Migration Policy and Practice 4(2): 2223-5248.
  • Vrăbiescu, I. 2019. ‘Book Review: David Moffette, 2018. Governing Irregular Migration: Bordering Culture, Labour, and Security in Spain. UBC Press. 236 pp. In the Special Issue of Theoretical Criminology “Policing, Migration and National Identity,” edited by Ana Aliverti. DOI: 10.1177/1362480619878891.
  • Vrăbiescu, I. 2019. ‘Devised to punish: Policing, detaining and deporting Romanians from France.’ European Journal of Criminology, available here.
  • Vrăbiescu, I. 2019. ‘Dwelling in Limbo. Temporality in the Governance of Romani Migrants in Spain. In Magazzini, T. and S. Piemontese (eds). Constructing Roma Migrants. IMISCOE Research Series. Cham: Springer.
  • Vrăbiescu, I. 2019. ‘The state riddle: working through messiness alongside a shared deportation apparatus in France and Romania’. Social Anthropology, doi: 1111/1469-8676.12634.
  • Vrăbiescu, I. 2019. “Voluntary Return as Forced Mobility: Humanitarianism and the Securitization of Romani Migrants in Spain”. In The Securitization of the Roma in Europe, edited by H. van Baar, A. Ivasiuc and R. Kreide, p. 207-229. London: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Wagner, L. B. 2019. Contingently elite: affective practices of diasporic urban nightlife consumption. Urban Geography, 40(5): 665-683.
  • White, A., Dito, B.B. & A.Veale. 2019. ‘Transnational migration, health and well-being: Nigerian parents in Ireland and the Netherlands’. Comparative Migration Studies, 7 (44).
  • Wijers, G.D.M. 2019. ‘The migration and development nexus in Morocco: an embedded study of French, German and Dutch returnee entrepreneurship support’. Migration and Development, DOI: 10.1080/21632324.2019.1684043.
  • Yabasun, D., Reslow, N. and R. Tans. (2019): ‘Netherlands National Report 2018 – Baseline report on the integration of beneficiaries of international protection in the Netherlands’. NIEM National Report. Available here.

Publications in 2018:

  • AVCZ. 2018. Op weg naar 2030. Migratie: een toekomstverkenning. Den haag: Adviescommissie voor Vreemdelingenzaken.
  • Beckers, P.J. and S. Boschman (in press). “Residential choices of foreign highly skilled workers in the Netherlands and the role of neighbourhood and urban regional characteristics. Urban Studies. doi: 1177/0042098017741262 Full text.
  • Bonjour, S.A. 2018. Family Reunification and Migrant Integration Policies in the EU: Dynamics of Inclusion and Exclusion. In Ripoll Servent, A. and F. Trauner (eds). The Routledge Handbook of Justice and Home Affairs Research. London: Routledge.
  • Bonjour, S.A. 2018. The Role of the State and the Image of Migrants: Debating Dutch Civic Integration Policies, 2003-2013. In Rorive, I., Bribosia, E., Sredanovic, D. and A. Rea (eds). Governing Diversity. Migrant Integration and Multiculturalism in North America and Europe. Brussels: Editions de l’Université de Bruxelles, p. 203-218.
  • Bonjour, S.A. and S. Chauvin. 2018. Social Class and Migration. Special Issue of International Migration, 56 (4). Available at: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/toc/14682435/2018/56/4
  • Bonjour, S.A. and S. Chauvin. 2018. Social Class, Migration Policy and Migrant Strategies: An Introduction. International Migration 56(4): 5-18.
  • Brouwer, J., van der Woude, M.A.H. and J.P. van der Leun. 2018. ‘Border policing, procedural justice and belonging: the legitimacy of (cr)immigration controls in border areas. British Journal of Criminology 58 (3): 624-643.
  • Brouwer, J., van der Woude, M.A.H. and J.P. van der Leun. 2018. ‘(Cr)immigrant framing in border areas: decision-making processes of Dutch border policy officers. Policing and Society 28 (4): 448-463.
  • Dagevos, J., Odé, A., de Vries, K. and P.J. Beckers (ed). 2018. Jaarboek Migratie en Integratie. Nieuwe wegen voor vluchtelingen in Nederland. Over opvang, integratie en beleid. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press. Full text
  • Fajth, V. and Ö. Bilgili. 2018. ‘Beyond the isolation thesis: exploring the links between residential concentration and immigrant integration in the Netherlands. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, doi: 1080/1369183X.2018.1544067.
  • Flegar, V. 2018. “Vulnerability and the Right to Preventive Health Care for Asylum Seeking and Undocumented Migrant Children”. In Dorscheidt, J.H.H.M. and J.E. Doek (eds). Children’s Rights in Health Care. Leiden: Brill, pp. 334-356.
  • Flegar, V. 2018. “Who is Deemed Vulnerable in the Governance of Migration? – Unpacking UNHCR’s and IOM’s Policy Label for Being Deserving of Protection and Assistance”. Asiel & Migrantenrecht 8: 374-383.
  • Fransen, S and Ö. Bilgili. 2018. “Who reintegrates? The constituents of reintegration of displaced populations”. Population, Space and Place. https://doi.org/10.1002/psp.2140.
  • Gkliati, M. 2018. “A Nexus Approach to the Responsibility of the European Border and Coast Guard: From Individual to Systemic Accountability. Criminal Justice, Borders and Citizenship. Research Paper No. 3118551: SSRN. Available at: https://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=3118551.
  • Gkliati, M. 2018. “A Nexus Approach to the Responsibility of the European Border and Coast Guard: From Individual to Systemic Accountability”. Criminal Justice, Borders and Citizenship, research paper no. 3118551. Full text.
  • Gkliati, M. 2018. “The Next Phase of the European Border and Coast Guard: towards operational effectiveness”. EU Law Analysis, Full text
  • Gkliati, M. and H. Rosenfeldt. 2018. “Accountability of the European Border and Coast Guard Agency: Recent developments, legal standards and existing mechanisms”. RLI Working Paper No. 30. Full text.
  • Gnes, D. and F. Vermeulen. 2018. Legitimacy as the Basis for Organizational Development of Voluntary Organizations. In Cnaan, R. and C. Milofsky (eds). Handbook of Community Movements and Local Organizations in the 21st Century. Cham: Springer, p. 189-209.
  • Grütters, C. and D. Dzananovic (eds). 2018. Migration and Religious Freedom: Essays on the interactions between religious duty and migration law. Nijmegen: Wolf Legal Publishers.
  • Grütters, C.A.F.M., Guild, E., Minderhoud, P.E., van Oers, R. and M.H.A. Strik. 2018. Brexit and Migration. Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs. Brussel: Europees Parlement. Available at: https://repository.ubn.ru.nl/handle/2066/196979
  • Guild, E. 2018. A Shared EU Fixation on Third Country National Family Members?. Nijmegen Migration Law Working Papers Series, no 2018/04. Nijmegen: Radboud University Nijmegen.
  • Kalir, B. 2018. “Afterword: On Transitive Concepts and Local Imaginations – Studying Mobilities from a Translocal Perspective”. In Mobilities, Boundaries and travelling Ideas. Rethinking Translocality Beyond Central Asia and the Caucasus, edited by M. Stephan-Emmrich and P. Schröder, p. 349-360. Open Book Publisher.
  • Klaassen, M. and P.R. Rodrigues. 2018. The Committee on the Rights of the Child on Female Genital Mutilation and Non-Refoulement. Leiden Law Blog, 20 March. Available at: http://leidenlawblog.nl/articles/the-committee-on-the-rights-of-the-child-on-female-genital-mutilation.
  • Kulu-Glasgow, I., Noyon, S.M., Smit, M. and S. Shagiwal. 2018. Unaccompanied minor asylum seekers in the Netherlands: choice or chance? Cahiers 2018-18. Available at: https://english.wodc.nl/onderzoeksdatabase/2874-instroom-amvs.aspx
  • Kulu-Glasgow, I., Schans, D. and M. Smit. 2018. “The Dutch Battle for Highly Skilled Migrants: Policy, Implementation and the Role of Social Networks”. Migration Letters 15 (4): 517-532.
  • Mantu, S.A. 2018. Permanent Residence. Implementation Issues under Directive 2004/38. Nijmegen Migration Law Working Papers Series, no 2018/05. Nijmegen: Radboud University Nijmegen.
  • Mantu, S.A. and P.E. Minderhoud 2018. “EU citizenship and social solidarity”. Maastricht Journal of European and Comparative Law 24(5): 703-720.
  • Mantu, S.A. and P.E. Minderhoud. 2018 “Social rights and European integration theory: Situating CJEU jurisprudence in three national contexts”. E-Revista Internacional de la Protección Social 2(2): 51-68.
  • Meeteren, M.J. and J.P. van der Leun. 2018. ‘Daders van arbeidsuitbuiting. Over de vermeende rol van de georganiseerde misdaad. Proces, Tijdschrift voor Strafrechtpleging 97 (2): 130-146.
  • Minderhoud, P.E. 2018. Social Assistance for Economically Inactive EU Citizens in the Member States.Nijmegen Migration Law Working Papers Series, no 2018/03. Nijmegen: Radboud University Nijmegen.
  • Minderhoud, P.E. & S.A. Mantu. 2018. “Unieburgerschap en de krimpende toegang tot sociale rechten”. Asiel & Migrantenrecht 9 (6-7): 293-302.
  • Minderhoud, P.E. and T. de Lange (eds). 2018. The Intra Corporate Transferee Directive: Central Themes, Problem Issues and Implementation in Selected Member States. Oisterwijk: Wolf Legal Publishers. Available at: https://www.ru.nl/law/cmr/koppeling/uk-2018/new-book-intra-corporate-transferee-directive/.
  • Oosterom, H. 2018. “25 jaar Unieburgerschap. Meer dan een bevoorrechte vreemdeling?” Asiel en Migrantenrecht 9 (6-7): 272-279.
  • Oosterom, H. 2018. “Na naturalisatie is er niet zonder meer sprake van een zuiver interne situatie voor het personenverkeer”. Nederlands tijdschrift voor Europees Recht 3-4: 125-133.
  • Oosterom, H. 2018. “The Triangular Relationship Between Nationality, EU Citizenship and Migration in EU Law: A Tale of Competing Competences”. Netherlands International Law Review 65 (3): 431-461.
  • Perre, N., De Vries, M., Richards, H. and M. Gkliati. 2018. Refugee Crisis: three perspectives on the making of a crisis. RLI Blog on Refugee Law and Forced Migration. Refugee Law Initiative. Available at: https://rli.blogs.sas.ac.uk/2018/04/16/refugee-crisis-three-perspectives-on-the-makings-of-a-crisis/.
  • Pijnenburg, A. 2018. ‘From Italian Pushbacks to Libyan Pullbacks: Is Hirsi 2.0 in the Making in Strasbourg?’ European Journal of Migration and Law 20 (4): 396-426.
  • Pijnenburg, A. 2018. JR and others v Greece: what does the court (not) say about the EU-Turkey Statement. Strasbourg Observers, Available at: https://strasbourgobservers.com/2018/02/21/jr-and-others-v-greece-what-does-the-court-not-say-about-the-eu-turkey-statement/.
  • Rem, D. and D. Gasper. 2018. “Citizens and Citizenship – the Rhetoric of Dutch Immigrant Integration Policy in 2011”. International Journal of Social Quality 8 (1): 21-48.
  • Reslow, N. 2018. ‘Making and Implementing Multi-Actor EU External Migration Policy: the Mobility Partnerships’. In Carrera, S., Den Hertog, A.P.L., Panizzon, M. and D. Kostakopoulou (eds). EU External Migration Policies in an Era of Global Mobilities: Intersecting Policy Universes. Brill: Nijhoff.
  • Rodriques, P.R. 2018. “Migration and Security in Times of the Refugee Crisis: Perspectives for Dublin and Schengen”. In New dynamics in the European Integration Process – Europe post Brexit, edited by A. Kellerhals and T. Baumgarter, p. 183-202. Zurich: Europa Institute.
  • Van der Mei, A., Melin, P., Vankova, Z. and H. Verschueren, 2018. ‘The external dimension of EU social security coordination. European Journal of Social Security 20 (2): 81-85.
  • Vankova, Z. 2018. Circular migration from the Eastern Neighbourhood to the EU: The rights of migrant workers in Bulgaria and Poland. PhD Dissertation. Oisterwijk: Wolf Legal Publishers.
  • Vankova, Z. 2018. ‘Poland and Bulgaria’s bilateral agreements with Eastern partnership countries in the context of circular migration’. European Journal of Social Security, 20 (2): 188-203.
  • Vankova, Z. 2018. ‘The EU’s Approach to Circular Migration in the Context of the Eastern Partnership Neighbourhood’. In Carrera, S., Den Hertog, A.P.L., Panizzon, M. and D. Kostakopoulou (eds). EU External Migration Policies in an Era of Global Mobilities: Intersecting Policy Universes. Brill: Nijhoff.
  • Vrăbiescu, I. 2018. Creating solidarity: Intimate partner violence (IPV) and politics of emotions in a multi-ethnic neighbourhood in Romania. European Journal of Women’s Studies. doi: https://doi.org/10.1177/1350506818785202.
  • Walkden, G.J., Anderson, E.L., Vink, M.P., Tilling, K., Howe, L.D. and Y. Ben-Shlomo. 2018. Frailty in older-age European migrants: Cross-sectional and longitudinal analyses of the Survey of Health, Aging and Retirement in Europe (SHARE). Social Science & Medicine 231: 1-11. doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.07.033.
  • Weinar, A., Bonjour, S.A. and L. Zhyznomirska. 2018. The Routledge Handbook of the Politics of Migration in Europe. London: Routledge. Available at: https://www.routledge.com/The-Routledge-Handbook-of-the-Politics-of-Migration-in-Europe/Weinar-Bonjour-Zhyznomirska/p/book/9781138201187.

Publications in 2017:

  • Burnazoglu, M. 2017. An Identity-Based Matching Theory Approach to Integration. Forum for Social Economics, DOI: 10.1080/07360932.2017.1406387. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/07360932.2017.1406387
  • Cebotari, V., Mazzucato, V. and E. Appiah. 2017. A longitudinal analysis of well-being of Ghanaian children in transnational families. Child Development (forthcoming). Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/cdev.12879/full
  • Cebotari, V., Mazzucato, V. and M. Siegel. 2017. Gendered Perceptions of Migration Among Ghanaian Children in Transitional Care. Child Indicators Research (forthcoming). Available at: https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12187-016-9407-x
  • Della Torre, L. and T. de Lange. The ‘importance of staying put’: third country nationals’ limited intra-EU mobility rights. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2017.1401920
  • Elsayed, A. and A. de Grip. 2017. Terrorism and integration of Muslim immigrants. Journal of Population Economics 31 (1), 45-67. Available at: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00148-017-0646-z
  • Gkliati, M. 2017. “Book Review: Frontex and Non-Refoulement: The International Responsibility of the EU”, by Roberta Mungianu. Common Market Law Review 6(1): 1895–1897.
  • Gkliati, M. 2017. “The Application of the EU-Turkey Deal: A Critical Analysis of the Decisions of the Greek Appeals Committees”. European Journal of Legal Studies 10(1): 81-123.
  • Gkliati, M. 2017. “The EU-Turkey Deal and the Safe Third Country Concept before the Greek Asylum Appeals Committees”, Movements, Journal for Critical Migration and Border Regime Studies 3(2): 213-224.
  • Gkliati, M. 2017. The Application of the EU-Turkey Deal: A Critical Analysis of the Decision of the Greek Appeals Committees. European Journal of Legal Studies Vol 10(1): 81-123. Available at: http://cadmus.eui.eu/handle/1814/48070.
  • Grütters, C.A.F.M., Mantu, S.A. and P.E. Minderhoud. 2017. Migration on the Move. Essays on the Dynamics of Migration. Leiden: Brill.
  • Hooijen, I., Meng, C., Reinold, J. and M. Siegel. 2017. Competition for talent: retaining graduates in the Euregio Meuse-Rhine. European Planning Studies (forthcoming). Available at: http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09654313.2017.1354976?scroll=top&needAccess=true
  • Kuschminder, K. 2017. Interrogating the Relationship between Remigration and Sustainable Return. International Migration. Early View. Available at: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/imig.12378/abstract
  • Kuschminder, K. 2017. Taking Stock of Assisted Voluntary Return from Europe: Decision Making, Reintegration and Sustainable Return. Global Governance Programme, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, European University Institute Working Paper No. 2017-31. Available at: http://cadmus.eui.eu/handle/1814/47064
  • Kuschminder, K. 2017. Reintegration Strategies: Conceptualizing How Return Migrants Reintegrate. Palgrave Macmillan: London. Available at: http://www.springer.com/gb/book/9783319557403
  • Mantu, S. (eds). 2017. Expulsion and EU Citizenship. Nijmegen Migration Law Working Paper Series 2017/02. Available at: http://repository.ubn.ru.nl/bitstream/handle/2066/179152/179152.pdf?sequence=1
  • Mantu, S. and P. Minderhoud. Social rights and European integration theory: Situation CJEU jurisprudence in three national contexts. E-REVISTA INTERNACIONAL DE LA PROTECCIÓN SOCIAL Vol 2(2): 51-68. Available at: https://institucional.us.es/revistapsocial/index.php/erips/article/view/126
  • Marchand, K., Reinold, J. and R. Dias e Silva. 2017. Study on Migration Routes in the East and Horn of Africa. Study commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
  • Merkle, O., Reinold, J. and M. Siegel. 2017. A Gender Perspective on Corruption Encountered during Forced and Irregular Migration. GIZ. Available at: https://migration.unu.edu/publications/reports/a-gender-perspective-on-corruption-encountered-during-forced-and-irregular-migration.html
  • Minderhoud, P.E. and S.A. Mantu. 2017. Back to the Roots? No Access to Social Assistance for Union Citizens who are Economically Inactive. In D. Thym (Ed.), Questioning EU Citizenship. Judges and the Limits of Free Movement and Solidarity in the EU (Modern Studies in European Law) (pp. 191-207). Oxford: Hart Publishing.
  • Muller, J., Beckers, P.J. and R.A.H Hoekstra-Pijpers. 2017. Recognising the Skills and Competencies of Non-EU Foreign Nationals: A Case Study of the Healthcare Sector in the Netherlands. Social Policy and Society Vol 16(4): 681-691.
  • Peters, F., Vink, M. and H. Schmeets. 2017. Anticipating the citizenship premium: before and after effects of immigrant naturalisation on employment. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1369183X.2017.1367650
  • Pijnenburg, A. 2017. Is N.D. and N.T. v. Spain the new Hirsi? EJIL: Talk! Blog. Available at: https://www.ejiltalk.org/is-n-d-and-n-t-v-spain-the-new-hirsi/
  • Pijnenburg, A. and C.R.J.J. Rijken. 2017. The new Dutch coalition agreement on migration: Not in my backyard. Border Criminologies, Available at: https://www.law.ox.ac.uk/research-subject-groups/centre-criminology/centreborder-criminologies/blog/2017/12/new-dutch.
  • Shachar, A., Bauboeck, R., Bloemraad, I. and M. Vink.201 7. The Oxford Handbook of Citizenship. Oxford University Press. Available at: https://global.oup.com/academic/product/the-oxford-handbook-of-citizenship-9780198805854?cc=de&lang=en&
  • UNU-MERIT, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. 2017. Djibouti Migration Profile. Annex to the Study on Migration Routes in the East and Horn of Africa, commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
  • UNU-MERIT, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. 2017. Eritrea Migration Profile. Annex to the Study on Migration Routes in the East and Horn of Africa, commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
  • UNU-MERIT, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. 2017. Ethiopia Migration Profile. Annex to the Study on Migration Routes in the East and Horn of Africa, commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
  • UNU-MERIT, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. 2017. Kenya Migration Profile. Annex to the Study on Migration Routes in the East and Horn of Africa, commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
  • UNU-MERIT, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. 2017. Sudan Migration Profile. Annex to the Study on Migration Routes in the East and Horn of Africa, commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
  • UNU-MERIT, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. 2017. South Sudan Migration Profile. Annex to the Study on Migration Routes in the East and Horn of Africa, commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
  • UNU-MERIT, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. 2017. Somalia Migration Profile. Annex to the Study on Migration Routes in the East and Horn of Africa, commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
  • UNU-MERIT, Maastricht Graduate School of Governance. 2017. Uganda Migration Profile. Annex to the Study on Migration Routes in the East and Horn of Africa, commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
  • Van der Leun, J.P. 2017. “Criminal policy, migration policy and human trafficking. Adressing the dark figure”. Available at: https://openaccess.leidenuniv.nl/handle/1887/58737.
  • Vittorio, B., Koch, K., Siegel, M. and Z. Strain. 2017. Study on Migration Routes in West and Central Africa. Commissioned by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH.
  • Volante, L., Klinger, D., Siegel, M. and O. Bilgili. 2017. Immigrant youth help to build nations. The Conversation. Available at: https://theconversation.com/immigrant-youth-help-to-build-nations-79092
  • Zwan, R. Van Der and T. Turner-Zwinkels. 2017. “De etnische politieke elite van Nederland: gewoon geworden door ongewoon te zijn?” Res Publica 59(4): 413–438.