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Management Structure


The collaboration of institutional partners of the IMISCOE Research Network is based on a Consortium Agreement. The latest version of the Consortium Agreement dates from 2014, when IMISCOE was taken over by Erasmus University Rotterdam.The IMISCOE Network is led by the Board of Directors, which delegates most of its tasks to the Coordinator. The Coordinator is supported by a Network Office that fulfils IMISCOE's day to day tasks, and by an Executive Board that prepares much of the decisions taken by the Board of Directors. In addition, IMISCOE has established a number of purpose-specific committees, like the Editorial Committee.









The Board of Directors represents the highest authority of the network and decides on the network structuring activities — the joint programme of activities, the allocating of funds and the financial accounting, any changes in the membership and appointments of new working groups. This board will meet at least twice a year. The Board of Directors consists of all directors of the partner institutes (or their mandated representatives), each having one vote in decision-making.

The Executive Board supervises and advises the work of the coordinator and the Network Office and prepares meetings and decisions of the Board of Directors. The members of the Executive Board are nominated by the Board of Directors. It will meet regularly by telephone or video conferences (holding eight to ten meetings annually).

The Coordinator and the Network Office: A Network Office, located at the headquarters of the coordinating member, will implement financial, organisational and other practical aspects of the consortium. The Coordinator of IMISCOE will lead the office. Currently IMISCOE is led by Maurice Crul as coordinator and Peter Scholten as associate coordinator. The Network Office is the administrative and organisational heart of the Network. Currently, the Erasmus University Rotterdam – Department of Social Sciences fulfills the role of Coordinator of IMISCOE. The Network Office the Executive Board as well as the Board of Directors and the Coordinator in the fulfillment of administrative and organisational tasks in accordance with the IMISCOE workplan and respective decisions of the Executive Board.

The Financial Committee serves as the Network’s auditing committee. The leading partner (Erasmus University of Rotterdam) administers finances of the IMISCOE Research Network and guarantees financial accountability. The task of the Financial Committee is to prepare financial control for the Board of Directors. Members are appointed by the Board of Directors.

The Editorial Committee guarantees the quality of the IMISCOE publications. This task includes reviewing submitted publication, advising on the structure of the IMISCOE publication programme and recruiting manuscripts.

Finally, IMISCOE has established a number of committees whose activities are related to more specific activities. This includes the Conference Committee, the Maria Baganha Award Committee and a Training Committee. Also, the Journal CMS has its own editorial board and advisory board that operate independently from the IMISCOE organisational structure to fully ensure the journal's independence.

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Network Office


The IMISCOE Network Office is headquartered at the Department of Social Sciences, Erasmus University Rotterdam.

  • Prof. Dr. Maurice Crul, Director.
  • Dr. Peter Scholten, Associate Director
  • Cees Jochemsen, Network Officer
  • Warda Belabas, Network Officer
  • Karin Milovanovic, Network Officer



Financial Committee

  • Dr. Wolfgang Bosswick, efms, Germany
  • Dr. Wiebke Sievers, ISR, Austria
  • Cees Jochemsen, EUR, the Netherlands

Editorial Committee

  • Dr. Tiziana Caponio, FIERI, Italy
  • Dr. Michael Collyer, SCMR, UK
  • Dr. Rosita Fibbi, FSM/SFM, Switzerland
  • Dr. Agata Górny, CMR, Poland
  • Albert Kraler, ICMPD, Austria
  • Dr. Jorge Malheiros, CEG, Portugal
  • Dr. Jean-Michel Lafleur, CEDEM, Belgium
  • Dr. Eva Østergaard-Nielsen, Autonomous University of Barcelona
  • Prof.Dr. Marlou Schrover, Leiden University, the Netherlands
  • Dr. Patrick Simon, INED, France
  • Michelle Luijben, the Netherlands, serves as the committee’s managing editor.
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Award Committee

  • Dr. Rosa Aparicio Gómez, IEM, Spain (Chair)
  • Prof.Dr. Pieter Bevelander, MIM, Sweden
  • Prof.Dr. Han Entzinger, EUR, the Netherlands
  • Dr. Pawel Kaczmarczyk, CMR, Poland
  • Prof.Dr. Russell King, SCMR, UK
  • Albert Kraler, ICMPD, Austria
  • Dr. Janine Dahinden, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
  • Prof.Dr. Endre Sik, TÁRKI, Hungary
  • Michelle Luijben, the Netherlands, serves as the committee’s coordinator.



Executive Board

  • Prof. dr. Stephanie Condon, INED, Paris, France
  • Prof. dr. Gianni D'Amato,  SFM/FMS, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland
  • Prof. dr. Marco Martiniello, CEDEM, University of Liège, Belgium
  • Dr. Izabela Grabowska-Lusinska, CMR, University of Warsaw, Poland
  • Prof.dr. Helga de Valk, NIDI, The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Dr. Peter Scholten, EUR, The Netherlands
  • Prof. dr. Maurice Crul, EUR, The Netherlands (chair)
  • Cees Jochemsen, EUR, The Netherlands (secretary)

Board of Directors

  • Prof. Rainer Bauböck, EUI, Florence, Italy (chair)
  • Prof. dr Godfried Engbersen, EUR/ CIMIC, Erasmus University of Rotterdam, The Netherlands
  • Dr. Nils Holtug, AMIS, University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Prof. Marco Martiniello, CEDEM, University of Liège, Belgium
  • Prof. Lucinda Fonseca, IGOT/UL, University of Lisbon, Portugal
  • Prof. Christiana Timmerman, CEMIS, University of Antwerp, Belgium
  • Dr. Francisco Checa y Olmos, CeMyRI, University of Almeria, Spain
  • Dr. Ilir Gedeshi, CESS, Centre for Economic and Social Studies Tirana, Albania
  • Dr. Izabela Grabowska-Lusinka, CMR, Warsaw University, Poland
  • Prof. Eduardo Ruiz, DEUSTO, University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain
  • Prof. Friedrich Heckmann, efms, University of Bamberg, Germany
  • Dr. Laura Oso, ESOMI, University of A Coruña, Spain
  • Dr. Anne-Britt Djuve, FAFO, Oslo, Norway
  • Prof. Ferruccio Pastore, FIERI, Turin, Italy
  • Dr. Dusan Drbohlav, GEOMIGRACE,Charles University Prague, Czechia
  • Prof. Ricard Zapata-Barrero, GRITIM, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain
  • Albert Kraler, ICMPD, Vienna, Austria
  • Prof. Mercedes Fernandez, IEM, Universidad Pontificia Comillas de Madrid, Spain
  • Dr. Floris Vermeulen, IMES, University of Amsterdam, Netherlands
  • Prof. Andreas Pott, IMIS, University of Osnabrück, Germany
  • Prof. dr. Stephanie Condon, INED, Paris, France
  • Dr. Arnfinn Midtbøen, ISF, Oslo, Norway
  • Dr. Daniela Corrillo, ISMU, Milan, Italy
  • Prof. Heinz Fassmann, ISR, Austrian Academy of Sciences,Vienna, Austria
  • Dr. Maarten Vink, MACIMIDE, Maastricht University, Netherlands
  • Prof. Pieter Bevelander, MIM, Malmö University, Sweden
  • Prof. Ahmet İçduygu, MireKoc, Koç University, Istanbul, Turkey
  • Prof. Helga de Valk, NIDI, The Hague, The Netherlands
  • Prof. dr. Marie Louise Seeberg, NOVA, Oslo, Norway
  • Prof. dr. John Wrench, NTNU, Trondheim, Norway
  • Prof. dr. Carl-Schierup, REMESO, Linköping University, Sweden
  • Prof. GianniD’Amato, SFM, University of Neuchâtel, Switzerland.



Training Committee Activities


The activities of the Training Committee for the third year 2011-2012 are:

1. Drafting an Inventory on Migration Studies Education and Migration Research Projects in the IMISCOE.

The aim of this inventory is to offer an outlook of the following elements:
a.       The masters and PhD programs organized by each of the 28 IMISCOE members in 2010-2011 regarding international migration and ethnic studies.
b.      The other current trainings in migration studies targeting postgraduate students (summer or winter courses, continuing training) and prospected trainings.
c.       The current research projects on international migration and related issues.


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