A taste of Migration Studies
Get a taste of Migration Studies with some of our most read and highly cited articles from the first three years.
- Happiness and 'economic migration': A comparison of Eastern European migrants and stayers
- Troubling freedom: Migration, debt, and modern slavery
Julia O'Connell Davidson
- The promise and pitfalls of comparative research design in the study of migration
- Beyond the insider-outsider divide in migration research
Jørgen Carling, Marta Bivand Erdal, and Rojan Ezzati
- The effect of income and immigration policies on international migration
Francesc Ortega and Giovanni Peri
- A geography of extra-territorial citizenship: Explanations of external voting
- When refugees stopped being migrants: Movement, labour and humanitarian protection
- Entrepreneurship, transnationalism, and development
Alejandro Portes and Jessica Yiu
- Relaunching Migration Systems
- What determines attitudes to immigration in European countries? An analysis at the regional level
Yvonni Markaki and Simonetta Longhi
Did you know?
- In the first three years of publication, Migration Studies papers have been read over 95,000 times across 130 countries
- Oxford University Press calculates the Impact Factor of Migration Studies at 2.175 , currently higher than any other migration journal in the world *
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* Migration Studies is currently awaiting its first Social Science Citation Index listing and this figure is based on calculations made by OUP