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Editor-in-Chief
Alan Gamlen

About the journal

Migration Studies is an international refereed journal dedicated to advancing scholarly understanding of the determinants, processes and outcomes of human migration in all its manifestations …

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Migration Studies' article collections

Get a taste of Migration Studies with two recent article collections from the journal. Read some of our most read and highly cited articles from our first three years and our collection on Deportation.

Read our 'Taste of Migration Studies' collection | Read our Deportation collection

Migration Studies Prize for Best Article

Congratulations to Barbara Buckinx and Alexandra Filindra on winning the 2015 Migration Studies Prize for Best Article for their paper, The case against removal: Jus noci and harm in deportation practice. Read free online now.

Read the 2015 Prize Winning Paper | Read past winners of the Prize for Best Article.

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To dream or not to dream

Elżbieta M. Goździak asks, what are the effects of immigration status and parental influence on Latino children’s access to education.

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Schrödinger’s immigrant

Getting rid of Schrödinger’s immigrant. Read the blog post from Migration Studies' Editor-in-Chief, Alan Gamlen.


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Immigrant immigration researchers

Magdalena Nowicka asks, do immigrant researchers know more?

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Economic migration and happiness

David Bartram discusses why economic migration may not lead to happiness.

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