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“You better move on”: determinants and labor market outcomes of graduate migration from Italy2019 International migration review 53 (1): 4-25
  • Carlo Barone
  • Ettore Recchi
  • Giulia Assirelli
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Labor markets, skills, and mobility'
A “U-shaped” pattern of immigrants’ occupational careers? A comparative analysis of Italy, Spain, and France2019 International migration review 53 (1): 26-58
  • Ivana Fellini
  • Raffaele Guetto
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Labor markets, skills, and mobility'
Different patterns of labor market integration by migration motivation in Europe: the role of host country human capital2019 International migration review 53 (1): 59-89
  • Wouter Zwysen
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Labor markets, skills, and mobility'
The matching hierarchies model: evidence from a survey experiment on employers' hiring intent regarding immigrant applicants2019 International migration review 53 (1): 90-121
  • Daniel Auer
  • Fabienne Liechti
  • Flavia Fossati
  • Giuliano Bonoli
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Labor markets, skills, and mobility'
Leaving work behind? The impact of emigration on female labor force participation in Morocco2019 International migration review 53 (1): 122-53
  • Anda David
  • Audrey Lenoël
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Out-migration, diaspora policies, and the left behind'
Father’s repeat migration and children’s educational performance2019 International migration review 53 (1): 154-82
  • Christopher D. Smith
  • Kirk Scott
  • Siddartha Aradhya
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Out-migration, diaspora policies, and the left behind'
Competing origin-country perspectives on emigrant descendants: Moroccan diaspora institutions’ policy views and practices regarding the “next generation abroad”2019 International migration review 53 (1): 183-209
  • Rilke Mahieu
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Out-migration, diaspora policies, and the left behind'
Sending states and the making of intra-diasporic politics: Turkey and its diaspora(s)2019 International migration review 53 (1): 210-36
  • Fiona B. Adamson
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Out-migration, diaspora policies, and the left behind'
Does FDI attract immigrants? An empirical gravity model approach2019 International migration review 53 (1): 237-53
  • James T. Bang
  • Raymond MacDermott
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Understanding migration flows and migrant behavior'
Liquidity constraints and migration: evidence from Indonesia2019 International migration review 53 (1): 254-82
  • Paul C. Winters
  • Smriti Tiwari
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Understanding migration flows and migrant behavior'
Mind the gap? Quantifying interlinkages between two traditions in migration literature2019 International migration review 53 (1): 283-307
  • Joanna Nestorowicz
  • Marta Anacka
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Understanding migration flows and migrant behavior'
The making of immigrant niches in an affluent welfare state2019 International migration review 53 (2): 322-45
  • Arnfinn H. Midtbøen
  • Job Horgen Friberg
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
The politics of skilled immigration: epxlaining the ups and downs of the US H-1B visa program2019 International migration review 53 (2): 346-70
  • Andrew Kennedy
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
The guestworker export in decline: the rise and fall of the Thailand-Taiwan migration system2019 International migration review 53 (2): 371-95
  • Katie Rainwater
  • Lindy Brooks Williams
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Immigrants, place, and health: destination area health contexts and routine physician and dental care for children of Mexican immigrants2019 International migration review 53 (2): 396-428
  • Chris Galvan
  • Deborah R. Graefe
  • Gordon F. De Jong
  • Stephanie Howe Hasanali
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
The intergenerational assimiilation of completed fertility: comparing the convergence of different origin groups2019 International migration review 53 (2): 429-57
  • Ben Wilson
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
The immigration-native gap in subjective well-being in Western European countries: assessing the role of social capital2019 International migration review 53 (2): 458-85
  • Jennifer L. Glanville
  • Mesay A. Tegegne
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Ethnic composition of schools and students' educational outcomes: evidence form Sweden2019 International migration review 53 (2): 486-517
  • Gunn Elizabeth Birkelund
  • Maria Brandén
  • Ryszard Szulkin
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Deporting "bad hombres"? The profile of deportees under widespread versus prioritized enforcement2019 International migration review 53 (2): 518-47
  • Ana P. Martinez-Donate
  • Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes
  • Thitima Puttitanun
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Toxic ties: the reproduction of legal violence withing mixed-status intimate partners, relatives, and friends2019 International migration review 53 (2): 548-70
  • Deisy Del Real
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Undocumented and unwell: legal status and health among Mexican migrants2019 International migration review 53 (2): 571-601
  • Amanda R. Cheong
  • Douglas S. Massey
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Immigrants' experiences of everyday discrimination in Canada: unpacking the contributions to assimiliation, race, and early socialization2019 International migration review 53 (2): 602-31
  • Yvonne Chang
  • Zoua M. Vang
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Brain gain or brain waste? Horizontal, vertical, and full-job education mismatch and wage progression among skilled immigrant men in Canada2019 International migration review 53 (3): 646-70
  • Anil Verma
  • Rupa Banerjee
  • Tingting Zhang
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Port-of-entry neighborhood and its effects on the economic success of refugees in Sweden2019 International migration review 53 (3): 671-705
  • George Galster
  • Roger Andersson
  • Sako Musterd
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Open borders, transport links, and local labor markets2019 International migration review 53 (3): 706-35
  • Mattias Engdahl
  • Olof Åslund
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Educational selectivity of migrants and current school enrollment of children left behind: analyses in three African countries2019 International migration review 53 (3): 736-69
  • Jennifer E. Glick
  • Sophia Chae
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Determinants of psycho-social adaptation in the Spanish second generation: a fixed-effects analysis2019 International migration review 53 (3): 770-97
  • Alejandro Portes
  • Erik R. Vickstrom
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Does inernational migration affect political participation? Evidence from multiple data souces across Mexican municipalities, 1990-20132019 International migration review 53 (3): 798-830
  • Lauren Duquette-Rury
  • Zhenxiang Chen
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Do migrants think differently? Evidence from Eastern European and post-Soviet states2019 International migration review 53 (3): 831-68
  • Ani Harutyynyan
  • Ruxandra Berlinschi
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Ideological affiliations, conflicts, and competing mobilization frames: the role of pro-immigrant allies in shaping immigrant struggels for greater rights2019 International migration review 53 (3): 869-89
  • Teresa M. Cappiali
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Migration as a risky enterprise: a diagnostic for Bangladesh2019 International migration review 53 (3): 900-29
  • Alain de Janvry
  • Elisabeth Sadoulet
  • Narayan Das
  • Sakib Mahmood
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Remittance behaviors of international migrants in comparative perspective: the case of Fujian, China2019 International migration review 53 (3): 930-55
  • Qian Song
  • Zai Liang
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Health and mental health effects of local immigration enforcement2019 International migration review 53 (4): 970-1001
  • Julia Shu-Huah Wang
  • Neeraj Kaushal
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Immigration enforcement and migrant precarity'
From open doors to closed gates: intragenerational reverse incorporation in new immigrant destinations2019 International migration review 53 (4): 1002-31
  • Jennifer Jones
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Immigration enforcement and migrant precarity'
Indigenous places and the making of undocumented status in Mexico-US migration2019 International migration review 53 (4): 1032-77
  • Asad L. Asad
  • Jackelyn Hwang
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Immigration enforcement and migrant precarity'
Partner type attitudes of parents and adolescents: understanding the decline in transnational partnerships among Turkish migrants in Flanders2019 International migration review 53 (4): 1078-106
  • Amelie van Pottelberge
  • Bart van de Putte
  • Emilien Dupont
  • Frank Caestecker
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Generation, family, and social change'
Language use and children's BMI growth among second-generation immigrants in the United Kingdom2019 International migration review 53 (4): 1107-20
  • Filippo Oncini
  • Sara Giunti
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Generation, family, and social change'
Exploring ethnic and generational differences in gender role attitudes among immigrant populations in Britain: the role of neighborhood ethnic composition2019 International migration review 53 (4): 1121-47
  • Rory Coulter
  • Senhu Wang
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Generation, family, and social change'
Educational selectivity and language acquisition among recently arrived immigrants2019 International migration review 53 (4): 1148-70
  • Christoph Spörlein
  • Cornelia Kristen
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Selectivity, immigration policy, and differentiated outcomes'
The impact of tourist visas on intercontinental south-south migration: Ecuador's policy of 'open doors' as a quasi-experiment2019 International migration review 53 (4): 1171-208
  • Kyle Holloway
  • Luisa Feline Freier
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Selectivity, immigration policy, and differentiated outcomes'
Financial crisis and migrant domestic workers in Spain: employment opportunities and conditions during the Great Recession2019 International migration review 53 (4): 1209-29
  • Immaculada Serrano
  • Zenia Hellgren
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Gender, work, and migrant precarity'
Serial labor migration: precarity and itinerancy among Filipino and Indonesian domestic workers2019 International migration review 53 (4): 1230-58
  • Carolyn Areum Choi
  • Maria Cecilia Hwang
  • Rachel Silvey
  • Rhacel Salazar Parreñas
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183in thematic section 'Gender, work, and migrant precarity'
Remittances for collective consumption and social status compensation: variations on transnational practices among Chinese international migrants2018 International migration review 52 (1): 4-42
  • Min Zhou
  • Xiangyi Li
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Internal versus international migration: impact of remittances on child labor and schooling in Vietnam2018 International migration review 52 (1): 43-65
  • Gianna Claudia Giannelli
  • Michele Binci
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Male migration and female labor market attachment: new evidence from the Mexican family life survey2018 International migration review 52 (1): 66-89
  • Qing Wang
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Weathering the storm? The great recession and the employment status transition of low-skill male immigrant workers in the United States2018 International migration review 52 (1): 90-124
  • Blake Sisk
  • Katharine M. Donato
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
From refuge to riches? An analysis of refugees's wage assimilation in the United States2018 International migration review 52 (1): 125-58
  • Animesh Giri
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Mexican-American educational stagnation: the role of family-structure change2018 International migration review 52 (1): 159-82
  • Brian Thiede
  • Richard Neil Turner
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Enrollment in religious schools and the educational achievements of children of high-skill immigrants2018 International migration review 52 (1): 183-208
  • Sabina Lissitsa
  • Svetlana Chachashvili-Bolotin
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183
Age at immigration and the educational attainment of foreign-born children in the United States: the confounding effects of parental education2018 International migration review 52 (1): 209-35
  • Andrew Clarke
H6/KD [INTERNATIONAL-]0197-9183