The Center for Migration Studies (CMS) is pleased to announce the release of the Spring 2012 issue of the International Migration Review (IMR). IMR is widely regarded as the leading journal in the field of international migration, ethnic group relations and refugee movements. It represents the single most comprehensive forum devoted exclusively to the analysis and review of international population movements.
The first issue of the year is set as a free sample issue. So for a limited time, the entire Spring 2012 edition is available for free online. To access these articles, please click the links below.
Pathways to El Norte: Origins, Destinations, and Characteristics of Mexican Migrants to the United States
Fernando Riosmena and Douglas S. Massey
Predicting Immigrant Employment Sequences in the First Years of Settlement
Sylvia Fuller and Todd F. Martin
A New Immigration Regularization Policy: The Settlement Program in Spain
Albert Sabater and Andreu Domingo
Before Crisis: Gender and Economic Outcomes of the Two Largest Immigrant Communities in Spain
Cristina E. Bradatan and Dumitru Sandu
The Diverging Logics of Integration Policy Making at National and City Level
Martin Bak Jørgensen
Book Review: Refugees from Nazi Germany and the Liberal European States by Frank Caestecker and Bob Moore
Barry Mirkin, Independent Consultant
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