Our publications include academic publications (peer-reviewed books, journal articles, and book chapters), working papers (presenting work in-progress), a wide range of research and policy reports (primarily aimed at a non-academic audience), and blogs. For an overview of ongoing MPC research projects, click here.

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‘Migrants’, ‘Mobile Citizens’ and the Borders of Exclusion in the European Union

Author(s): Martin Ruhs

Citation: Bauböck, R. (ed.) Debating European Citizenship, IMISCO, Springer

Type: Book chapter

Year: 2018

Children and irregular migration practices: missing children or missing data?

Author(s): Gabriella Sanchez

Citation: Migration policy practice, 2018, Vol. VIII, No. 2, pp. 30-33

Type: Journal Article

Year: 2018

Introduction

Author(s): Gabriella Sanchez

Citation: Migration policy practice, 2018, Vol. VIII, No. 2, pp. 2-3

Type: Journal Article

Year: 2018

Foreign assistance and migration choices : disentangling the channels

Author(s): Mauro Lanati, Rainer Thiele

Citation: Economics letters, 2018, Vol. 172, pp. 148-151

Type: Journal Article

Year: 2018

The impact of foreign aid on migration revisited

Author(s): Mauro Lanati, Rainer Thiele

Citation: World development, 2018, Vol. 111, pp. 59-74

Type: Journal Article

Year: 2018

The politics of European Union migration governance

Author(s): Andrew Geddes

Citation: Journal of common market studies, 2018, OnlineFirst

Type: Journal Article

Year: 2018

Institutional contexts of political conflicts around free movement in the European Union : a theoretical analysis

Author(s): Martin Ruhs, Joakim Palme

Citation: Journal of European public policy, 2018, OnlineFirst

Type: Journal Article

Year: 2018

The impact of youth labour market experiences on later employment opportunities: what roles do ethnicity and gender play?

Author(s): Carolina V Zuccotti, Jacqueline O’Reilly

Citation: Human relations, 2018, OnlineFirst

Type: Journal Article

Year: 2018

The rug pulled from under them: UKIP and the Greens in 2017

Author(s): James Dennison

Citation: Parliamentary affairs, 2018, Vol. 71, No. S1, pp. 91–108

Type: Journal Article

Year: 2018

Making Sense of the 2016 Italian Constitutional Referendum

Author(s): James Dennison and Jonas Bergan Draege

Citation: Mediterranean politics, 2017, OnlineFirst

Type: Journal Article

Year: 2018

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