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Şahin Mencütek, Z. Refugee Governance, State and Politics in the Middle East (1st ed.). Routledge. 2018.

Spencer, S. and Triandafyllidou, A. Migrants with Irregular Status in Europe: Evolving Conceptual and Policy Challenges, external link, opens in new window, IMISCOE Springer book series. March 2020. 

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

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

Akbar, M. Examining the factors that affect the employment status of racialised immigrants: a study of Bangladeshi immigrants in Toronto, Canada, external linkSouth Asia Diaspora, 11:1, 67-87, Sept 23, 2018.  

Carlaw, J. Authoritarian Populism and Canada’s Conservative Decade (2006–2015) in Citizenship and Immigration: The Politics and Practices of Kenneyism and Neo-Conservative Multiculturalism, external linkJournal of Canadian Studies, 51: 3: 782–816. May 14 2018.

Gökalp Aras, N.E., Papatzani, E., Şahin Mencütek, Z., Leivaditi, N., & Petracou, E. Refugee Protection in Europe and Beyond – Comparative Report. 2020., external link

Isaakyan, I. and Triandafyllidou, A. Transatlantic repatriation: Stigma management of second-generation Italian and Greek American women ‘returning home’, external linkEuropean Journal of Cultural Studies, Feb. 6, 2019.

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

Sahin Mencutek, Z. Conducting Comparative Migration Research in MENA: Are the Regional Countries too Unique or too Similar for Comparisons of Refugee Policies?, external link Perceptions: Journal of International Affairs, 25:1, pp. 12-34, July 2020.

Sahin Mencutek, Z. PDF fileFaith-Based Actors in Şanlıurfa, Turkey: Reducing Tensions Between Host Populations and Syrian Refugee Communities, external linkCivil Society Review, 4:1, pp.76-198, July 2020.  

Sahin Mencutek, Z.  Refugee community organisations: capabilities, interactions and limitations, Third World Quarterly, 2020.  DOI: 10.1080/01436597.2020.1791070, external link  

Şahin Mencütek, Z. . Emerging Transnational Practices and Capabilities of Syrian Refugees in Turkey. Migration Letters, 17(1), 125-138. 2020., external link

Şahin Mencütek, Z., Gokalp Aras, N.E., Balamir Coskkun, B. (2021) Turkey’s Response to Syrian Mass Migration: A Neoclassical Realist Analysis, International Relations, external link, opens in new window

Şahin Mencütek, Z., & Nashwan, A.J. Perceptions About the Labor Market Integration of Refugees: Evidences from Syrian Refugees in Jordan. Journal of International Migration and Integration. 2020. DOI:, external link

Triandafyllidou, A. and Ricard-Guay, A.  Governing Irregular and Return Migration in the 2020s: European Challenges and Asian Pacific Perspectives, external linkJournal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 17-2, Feb 23, 2019.

Triandafyllidou, A. The Migration Archipelago: Social Navigation and Migrant Agency, external linkInternational Migration, 57-1, Oct. 8, 2018.

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

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

Triandafyllidou, A. and Nalbandian, L.  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. 2020