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Publications

Mencutek, Z.S. (2018) Refugee Governance, State and Politics in the Middle East, external link (1st ed.). Routledge. 

Konrad, V. and Kelly, M. (Eds.) (2021) Borders, Culture, and Globalization: A Canadian Perspective, external link. Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.

Spencer, S. and Triandafyllidou, A. (2020) Migrants with Irregular Status in Europe: Evolving Conceptual and Policy Challenges, external linkIMISCOE Springer book series. 

Triandafyllidou, A. (Ed.). (2022). Migration and Pandemics: Spaces of Solidarity and Spaces of Exception, external link. Springer Nature.

Triandafyllidou, A., & Gemi, E. (2021) Rethinking Migration and Return in Southeastern Europe: Albanian Mobilities to and from Italy and Greece, external link, Routledge Research on the Global Politics of Migration, London: Routledge.

Triandafyllidou, A., & Magazzini, T. (Eds.). (2020) Routledge Handbook on the Governance of Religious Diversity, external link, Routledge.

Akbar, M. (2022). Temporariness and the production of policy categories in Canada, external link, opens in new windowJournal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 1-18.

Akbar, M. (2022) Who are Canada’s temporary foreign workers? Policy evolution and a pandemic reality, external linkInternational Migration, 00, 1– 13. 

Akbar, M. (2018) Examining the factors that affect the employment status of racialised immigrants: a study of Bangladeshi immigrants in Toronto, Canada, external link, opens in new windowSouth Asia Diaspora, 11:1, 67-87.  

Akbar, M. & Preston, V. (2021). Entrepreneurial activities of Canadian Bangladeshi women in Toronto: a family perspective, external link, opens in new windowJournal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 1-20.

Boichak, O. & Kumar, P. (2021) Mapping the National Web: Spaces, Cultures, and Borders of Diasporic Mobilization in the Digital Age, external link, opens in new window. In Global Networks.

Carlaw, J. (2022) Blunt talk or faux outrage? The politics of expanding migrant worker programs under Canada’s former Conservative government (2006–2015)., external link Studies in Political Economy, 102(3), 331-353.

Carlaw, J. (2018) Authoritarian Populism and Canada’s Conservative Decade (2006–2015) in Citizenship and Immigration: The Politics and Practices of Kenneyism and Neo-Conservative Multiculturalism, external link, opens in new windowJournal of Canadian Studies, 51:3, 782–816. 

Gökalp Aras, N.E., Papatzani, E., Mencutek, Z.S, Leivaditi, N., & Petracou, E. (2020) Refugee Protection in Europe and Beyond – Comparative Report. , external link, opens in new window

Isaakyan, I., & Triandafyllidou, A. (2019) Transatlantic repatriation: Stigma management of second-generation Italian and Greek American women ‘returning home’, external link, opens in new windowEuropean Journal of Cultural Studies.

Jolin Joseph, Sophie Henderson, Matt Withers & Richa Shivakoti (2022). Regulation through responsibilisation: Gendered exit policies and precarious migration from India and Sri Lanka, external linkInternational Migration.

Kayaoglu, A., Mencutek, Z. S., & Erdoğan, M. M. (2021) Return Aspirations of Syrian Refugees in Turkey. Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies,, external link 1-23.

Kelly, M. (2022) Snowbirds and snowflakes: Mobility and aging across the Canada‐United States border., external link The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe Canadien.

Koinova, M., Deloffre, M. Z., Gadinger, F., Mencutek, Z. S., Scholte, J. A., & Steffek, J. (2021). It's Ordered Chaos: What Really Makes Polycentrism Work. , external linkInternational Studies Review.

Lam, L. & Triandafyllidou, A. (2021) An unlikely stepping stone? Exploring how platform work shapes newcomer migrant integration, external linkTransitions: Journal of Transient Migration, 5:1, 11-29.

Mencutek, Z.S. (2022). The Geopolitics of Returns: Geopolitical Reasoning and Space-Making in Turkey’s Repatriation Regime., external link, opens in new window Geopolitics, 1-27.

Mencutek, Z.S. (2021) Governing practices and strategic narratives for the Syrian refugee returns, external linkJournal of Refugee Studies.

Mencutek, Z.S. (2020) Conducting Comparative Migration Research in MENA: Are the Regional Countries too Unique or too Similar for Comparisons of Refugee Policies?, external link, opens in new windowPerceptions: Journal of International Affairs, 25:1, 12-34.

Mencutek, Z.S. (2020) Emerging Transnational Practices and Capabilities of Syrian Refugees in Turkey, external link, opens in new windowMigration Letters, 17:1, 125-138. 

Mencutek, Z.S. (2020) PDF fileFaith-Based Actors in Şanlıurfa, Turkey: Reducing Tensions Between Host Populations and Syrian Refugee Communities, external link, opens in new windowCivil Society Review, 4:1, 76-198.

Mencutek, Z.S. (2020) Refugee community organisations: capabilities, interactions and limitations, external link, opens in new windowThird World Quarterly, 42:1, 181-199.

Mencutek, Z.S., Barthoma, S., Gökalp-Aras, N.E., & Triandafyllidou, A. (2022).  A crisis mode in migration governance: comparative and analytical insights.,, external link Comparative Migration Studies, 10, 12.

Mencutek, Z.S., Gökalp Aras, N.E., & Coskun, B.B. (2021) Turkey’s Response to Syrian Mass Migration: A Neoclassical Realist Analysis., external link, opens in new window

Mencütek, Z.S., Karal, D., & Altıntop, I. (2021) Governance of Refugee Children Protection in Turkey: Between Vulnerability and Paternalism., external link Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, pp.1-15.

Mencutek, Z.S., & Nashwan, A.J. (2020) Perceptions About the Labor Market Integration of Refugees: Evidences from Syrian Refugees in Jordan, external link, opens in new windowJournal of International Migration and Integration.

Moghadam, A. (2021). The staging of cultural diversity in Dubai: the case of Dubai Art Fair. Identities, external link, 1-17. 

Moghadam, A., & Jadali, S. (2022). Immigration and Revolution in Iran: Asylum politics and State Consolidation, external link, opens in new windowREMHU: Revista Interdisciplinar da Mobilidade Humana29, 21-41.

Monteiro, S. (2022) Asymmetric information, credential assessment services and earnings of new immigrants, external link, Journal of Applied Economics, 25:1, 687-714.

Monteiro, S. (2021) Cultural Assimilation: Learning and Sorting, external link, opens in new windowReview of Economic Analysis, 13:2, 115-156.

Molho, J., Levitt, P., Dines, N., & Triandafyllidou, A. (2020) Cultural policies in cities of the ‘global South’: a multi-scalar approach, external link, opens in new window, International Journal of Cultural Policy, 26:6, 711-721.

Nalbandian, L. (2022) An eye for an ‘I:’ a critical assessment of artificial intelligence tools in migration and asylum management., external link Comparative Migration Studies, 10(1), 1-23.

Nalbandian, L. (2022) Increasing the accountability of automated decision-making systems: An assessment of the automated decision-making system introduced in Canada's temporary resident visa immigration stream, external link. Journal of Responsible Technology. 

Nalbandian, L. (2020) PDF fileThe Intelligent Border: Implications of Using Artificial Intelligence in Canadian Immigration Processes on Discrimination and Racism in Canada., external link University of Waterloo Graduate Journal of Political Science. 13:1, 51-63.

Niraula, A., Triandafyllidou, A., & Akbar, M. (2022). Navigating Uncertainties: Evaluating the Shift in Canadian Immigration Policies during the COVID-19 Pandemic., external link Canadian Public Policy.

Olinto, B. (2022). Medios diaspóricos, inmigración y activismo político: Análisis del discurso mediático sobre inmigrantes venezolanos en Canadá, external link, opens in new windowQuestion/Cuestión3(70).

Perzyna, M., & Agrawal, S. (2022) Making the Match: Understanding the Destining Process of Government-Assisted Refugees in Canada, external linkJournal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies.

Preston, V., Shields, J. & Akbar, M. (2021). Migration and resilience in urban Canada: Why social resilience, Why now?., external link Journal of International Migration and Integration, 1-21.

Raj Isar, Y. & Triandafyllidou, A. (2020)  Introduction to this Special Issue Cultural Diplomacy: What Role for Cities and Civil Society Actors?, external link, opens in new window, International Journal of Politics, Culture and Society.

Rishworth, A., Niraula, A., Dean, J., Wilson, K., Ghassemi, E., & Baldo, A. (2022). Rural futures? Mapping newcomers' hopes about potential resettlement in Canadian rural areas., external link The Canadian Geographer/Le Géographe canadien.

Rishworth, A. C., Niraula, A., Cao, T., Lay, J. C., Ferrari, J., Zaman, S., & Wilson, K. (2022). Knowledge, risk perceptions and practices surrounding chronic inflammatory diseases among first and second generation South Asian immigrants parents and children., external link International Journal of Migration, Health and Social Care.

Saguin, K. & Shivakoti, R. (2022). Keeping up with the migrant workers: The role of embassies in transnational administration of labor migration policy, opens in new window. Administrative Theory & Praxis, 1-18.

Shivakoti, R. (2022). Temporary labour migration in South Asia: Nepal and its fragmented labour migration sector. , external link, opens in new windowJournal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 1-19.

Shivakoti, R., Henderson, S., & Withers, M. (2021). The migration ban policy cycle: a comparative analysis of restrictions on the emigration of women domestic workers., external link Comparative Migration Studies9(1), 1-18.

Shivakoti, R., & Milner, J. (2021). Beyond the partnership debate: localizing knowledge production in refugee and forced migration studies, external linkJournal of Refugee Studies

Smith, C. D. (2022). Policy Change, Threat Perception, and Mobility Catalysts: The Trump Administration as Driver of Asylum Migration to Canada, external link, opens in new window. International Migration Review.

Triandafyllidou, A. (2022). Temporary migration: category of analysis or category of practice?, external link, opens in new window Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 1-13.

Triandafyllidou, A. (2021) The global governance of migration: Towards a ‘messy’approach, external linkInternational Migration.

Triandafyllidou, A. (2020) De-centering the Study of Migration Governance: a Radical View, external link, opens in new window, Geopolitics.

Triandafyllidou, A. (2020) Nationalism in the 21st Century: Neo-Tribal or Plural?, external link, opens in new window, Nations and Nationalism, 26:4, 792-806.

Triandafyllidou, A. (2018) The Migration Archipelago: Social Navigation and Migrant Agency, external linkInternational Migration, 57-1.

Triandafyllidou, A. & Ricard-Guay, A. (2019) Governing Irregular and Return Migration in the 2020s: European Challenges and Asian Pacific Perspectives, external link, opens in new windowJournal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 17:2, 115-127. 

Withers, M., Henderson, S., & Shivakoti, R. (2021) International Migration, Remittances and COVID-19: Economic Implications and Policy Options for South Asia, external link, opens in new windowJournal of Asian Public Policy.

Kelly, M. (2021). The Snowbirds: A cultural movement across borders in Borders, Culture, and Globalization: A Canadian Perspective, external link (Konrad, V. and Kelly, M., Eds.). Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.

Kelly, M. and Konrad, V. (2021) Borders, Culture and Globalization: Some conclusions, more uncertainties, and many challenges in Borders, Culture, and Globalization: A Canadian Perspective, external link (Konrad, V. and Kelly, M., Eds.). Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.

Konrad, V. and Kelly, M. (2021), Introduction: Culture, Globalization and Canada’s Borders in Borders, Culture, and Globalization: A Canadian Perspective, external link, opens in new window (Konrad, V. and Kelly, M., Eds.). Ottawa: University of Ottawa Press.

Mencutek, Z. S. (2022). PDF fileVoluntary and Forced Return Migration Under a Pandemic Crisis, external link, opens in new window. In Migration and Pandemics (pp. 185-206). Springer, Cham.

Moghadam, A. (2022). “Boire un café à Téhéran Économie politique des circulations régionales et nouveaux modes de consommation en Iran.”, external link In Un Moyen-Orient ordinaire Entre consommation et mobilities, edited by Thierry Boissière and Yoann Morvan, 235–62.

Shivakoti, R. (2020) Asian Migration Governance, external link, opens in new window. In K. Marchand, G. Rayp & I. Ruyssen (Eds.), Regional Integration and Migration in the Global South, Springer United Nations University Series on Regionalism. 

Shivakoti, R. (2020) Protectionist or Discriminatory Policies? The case of Nepal’s policy banning female migrant workers, external link, opens in new window. In D. Joshi & C. Brassard (Eds.), Urban Spaces and Gender in Asia, Sustainable Development Goals Series. Springer, Cham. 

Shivakoti, R. and Howlett, M. (2022). Agenda-Setting Tools in Theory and Practice. In The Routledge Handbook of Policy Tools, external link (pp. 113-124). Routledge.

Triandafyllidou, A., & Magazzini, T. (2021) Governing religious diversity: Comparative insights from four continents. In A. Triandafyllidou & T. Magazzini (Eds.), Routledge Handbook on the Governance of Religious Diversity, external link, opens in new window.

Triandafyllidou, A., & Magazzini, T. (2021) The governance of religious diversity: Challenges and responses. In A. Triandafyllidou & T. Magazzini (Eds.), Routledge Handbook on the Governance of Religious Diversity, external link, opens in new window.

CERC Migration produces its own policy brief series, curated by Naomi Alboim, Senior Policy Fellow, CERC Migration, and Anna Triandafyllidou, Canada Excellence Research Chair in Migration and Integration. The series can be viewed as a collection here.  

Ahouga, Y. PDF fileMigration Governance and Data Saturation: Is less more?, opens in new window CERC Migration Policy Brief 09, Sept. 2022.

Akbar, M. PDF fileEnsuring the Success of International Students: A collaborative model between governments, post-secondary institutions and the settlement sector. CERC Migration Policy Brief 08, Aug. 2022.

Akbar, M. and Preston, V. (2020) Social Characteristics of International Students in Ontario and Quebec, external linkPolicy Preview, Building Migrant Resilience in Cities (BMRC-IRMU) Project.

Alboim, N., Cohl, K., PDF fileExpanding Refugee Pathways to Canada:  Strategies for welcoming Afghan and other refugees. CERC Migration Policy Brief 05, Nov. 2021.

Alboim, N., Cohl, K., and Pham, T., PDF fileEquitable Access: Implementing the Temporary Resident to Permanent Resident Pathway, opens in new window. CERC Migration Policy Brief 03, Jun. 2021.

Alboim, N., Cohl, K., Atlin, J., and Flecker, K. (2022) PDF fileGlobally trained local talent: Opening pathways for internationally educated professions to strengthen Ontario's health care system., opens in new window CERC Migration Policy Brief 07, Mar. 2022.

Ali, M.A. PDF fileTowards a Unified Model of Refugee Resettlement. CERC Migration Policy Brief 04, Sept. 2021.

Kelly, M., Brown, N., and Esses, V. M. (2022) PDF fileImproving the Attraction and Retention of Internationally Educated Healthcare Professionals in Small and Rural Communities., opens in new window CERC Migration Policy Brief 06, Jan. 2022.  

Banerjee, R. and Hiebert, D. (2021)PDF file Leveraging human resources for long-term prosperity: Expanding pathways to permanence for lower-skill temporary workers in Canada. CERC Migration Policy Paper 02, and PDF fileExecutive Summary Policy Brief 02, May 2021.   

Smith, C.D. and Wagner, D. (2021)PDF fileHow Canada can address skills shortages by improving access to economic pathways for refugees and displaced people in Latin America, opens in new window.  CERC Migration Policy Brief 01, Apr. 2021.   

Triandafyllidou, A., Bartolini, L. and Guidi, C. F. (2019) Exploring the Links Between Enhancing Regular Pathways and Discouraging Irregular Migration, external link; A discussion paper to inform future policy deliberations, Geneva: IOM. 

Triandafyllidou, A. and Nalbandian, L. (2020)  PDF fileCovid-19 and the transformation of migration and mobility globally – “Disposable” and “essential”: Changes in the global hierarchies of migrant workers after COVID-19, external link. For the series “think pieces” from IOM’s Migration Research High Level Advisers. PUB2020/056/L Geneva: IOM.

 

The Working Papers Series is produced jointly by the Toronto Metropolitan Centre for Immigration and Settlement (TMCIS) and the CERC in Migration and Integration. The list below are those papers produced by the researchers of the CERC Migration team. Here is a complete list of Working Papers

Adugna, G. (2021/8) PDF fileUnderstanding the forced repatriation of Ethiopian migrant workers from the Middle East

Ahouga, Y. (2021/7) PDF fileImplementing the UN Global Compacts by Institutionalising a New Hybrid Organisational Form

Ahouga, Y. (2021/5) PDF fileTransforming the International Organisation for Migration: An Analysis of the IOM Strategic Vision

Akbar, M. and Preston, V.  (2020/10) PDF fileLabour Market Challenges and Entrepreneurial Activities of Bangladeshi Immigrant Women in Toronto: A Family Perspective

Carlaw, J. (2021/1) PDF fileUnity in Diversity? Neoconservative Multiculturalism and the Conservative Party of Canada

Côté K. (2021/11) PDF fileMeaningful and Inclusive Engagement: Are We There Yet? A Case Study of Scarborough Neighbourhood Improvement Areas (NIAs) Participatory Processes

Mencutek, Z.S. (2020/18) PDF fileMigration Narratives from Origin and Destination Country Perspectives

Mencutek, Z.S. (2020/17) PDF fileMigration Narratives in Policy and Politics

Mencutek, Z. S. (2021/2) PDF fileNarratives on Returning Refugees, Asylum Seekers, and Irregular Migrants

Moghadam, A. (2021/3) PDF fileIranian Migrations to Dubai: Constraints and Autonomy of a Segmented Diaspora

Monteiro, S. (2022/2) PDF fileSocial Media and Internet Usage Rates on Employment Outcomes Among Newcomers in Canada

Nalbandian, L., & Dreher, N. (2022). PDF fileAdvanced digital technologies in migration management: A review of emerging literature.

Nalbandian, L. (2021/9) PDF fileUsing Machine-Learning to Triage Canada’s Temporary Resident Visa Applications

Nguyen, M. (2020/8) PDF fileWhy Migrants Stay in Small and Mid-Sized Canadian Cities: Towards a New Analytical Framework Using a Life Course Approach

Niraula, A., & Triandafyllidou, A. (2022/9). PDF fileHighly Skilled Migrant Decision-Making Under Uncertainty: A Literature Review.  

Olakpe, O. (2020/13) PDF fileThe Evolution of EU-Africa Migration Partnerships: Lessons in Transnational Migration Governance

Olakpe, O. (2020/2) PDF fileUndocumented Migrant Communities in Cities: Negotiating Legal and Legitimate Status from Below  

Olinto, B. (2022/10). TPDF filehe Challenges of Settlement and Integration: Exploring Canada’s Response to Venezuelan Migration, opens in new window.

Perzyna, M., Marshia, A., Ellis, C., Monteiro, S., Nalbandian, L., & Smith, C.D. (2022/11) PDF fileImmigration policy ‘on the fly’: A critical review of pandemic policymaking in Canada.

Perzyna, M. (2020/15) PDF fileThe Substance of Solidarity: What the Response to the COVID-19 Pandemic Says About the Global Refugee Regime

Smith, C.D. and Kim, J. (2022/8) PDF fileThe State of Knowledge Concerning Canada’s Irregular Population: Guesstimates, Pathways to Precarity, and Ethical Considerations for Contemporary Research, opens in new window

Smith, C. D. (2020/16) PDF fileExtraction, Dependence, and Responsibility-Sharing: Taking Stock of Canada's Role in Western Hemispheric Migration Governance