Category: Journal CMS
Publisher: Springer
Library: Journal Comparative Migration Studies
Year: 2016

Review

Comparative Migration Studies (CMS) is an international, peer-reviewed open access journal that provides a platform for articles that focus on comparative research in migration, integration, and ethnic studies. It presents readers with an extensive collection of comparative analysis, including studies between countries, groups, levels, and historical periods. CMS publishes research based on qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods and helps promote the theoretical development of migration studies. Contributions cover a wide disciplinary angle, from sociology to political science, anthropology to economics and law. Topics include: assimilation, migration policies, incorporation policies, governance of migration and integration, ethnic/cultural/religious diversity, migrant rights, gender and migration, migration and citizenship, migration and national identity, migration and security, civic integration, nationalism and migration, and ethnic entrepreneurship.

  1. Pragmatism, moral responsibility or policy change:the Syrian refugee crisis and selective humanitarianism in the Turkish refugee regime
    Umut Korkut
  2. Conceptualizing and measuring migration policy change
    Hein de Haas, Katharina Natter and Simona Vezzoli
  3. Full membership or equal rights? The link between naturalisation and integration policies for immigrants in 29 European states
    Thomas Huddleston and Maarten P. Vink
  4. Toward an improved understanding of immigrant adaptation and transnational engagement: the case of Cuban Émigrés in the United States
    Zoua M. Vang and Susan E. Eckstein
  5. A national turn of local integration policy: multi-level governance dynamics in Denmark and Sweden
    Henrik Emilsson

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