Academic Publications by COMPAS Staff 2015

Journal Articles

Allen, W. (2015) ‘“We are Sitting on a Time Bomb”: A Multiperspectival Approach to Inter-National Development at an East African Border’Geopolitics (early access online)

Berg, M. L. and Eckstein, S (eds) (2015) 'Introduction: Re-Imagining Migrant Generations', Diaspora: a journal of transnational studies (special issue) 18 (2/3).

Berg, M. L. and Eckstein, S (eds) (2015) 'Cubans in the United States and Spain: The Diaspora Generational Divide', Diaspora: a journal of transnational studies (special issue) 18 (2/3).

Düvell, F. and Lapshyna (2015) 'Migration, Life Satisfaction, Return and Development: The Case of a Deprived post-Soviet Country (Ukraine)', Migration and Development (early access online)

Ruhs, M (2015) 'Opening borders and protecting migrants: A response to Francisco Alba and David McKenzie', part of 'Review Symposium: The Price of Rights by Martin Ruhs', Migration Studies 2015.

Special Issues

Berg, M. L and Eckstein, S. (eds) (2015) 'Re-imagining Diasporas and Generations', Diaspora: a journal of transnational studies (special issue) 18 (2/3).

Edited Books

Berg, M. L., Gidley, B. & Sigona, N. (eds.) (2015) Ethnography, Diversity and Urban Space, Routledge.

Book Chapters

Düvell, F. and Garapich, M. (2015) 'Polish Migration to the UK' in Icduygu, A., Karacay, A. (Eds) Critical Reflections in Migration Research: Views from the North and the South, Koc University Press pp 103-122.

Keith, M. (2015) 'The Great Migration: Urban Aspirations' in Glaeser, E., Joshi-Ghani, A. (Eds) The Urban Imperative: Towards Competitive Cities, Oxford University Press pp 234-260.

Spencer, S. (2015) 'Equality for whom?' in Vertovec, S. (Ed) Routledge International Handbook of Diversity Studies, Routledge pp 216-222.

Anderson, B. (2015) 'Precarious Work, Immigration, and Governance' in Schierup, C., Munck, R., Likic-Brboric, B. and Neergaard, A. (Eds) Migration, Precarity, and Global Governance. Challenges and Opportunities for Labour, Oxford University Press pp 68-82.