07 April 2016

Regional Focus: Europe

"But It Does Move, Doesn't It? The Debate on the Allocation of Refugees in Europe from a German Point of View," Border Crossing: Transnational Working Papers, no. 1503 (2015) [free full-text]

"Coercion, Prohibition, and Great Expectations: The Continuing Failure of the Common European Asylum System," Common Market Law Review, Forthcoming May/June 2016 [eprint via SSRN]

"Do Restrictive Asylum and Visa Policies Increase Irregular Migration into Europe?," European Union Politics, OnlineFirst, 28 February 2016 [free full-text]

Protest against the Deportation of Rejected Asylum Seekers in the Local and National Press in Switzerland (SSRN, March 2016) [text]

Reduction or Deflection? The Effect of Policy on Interconnected Asylum Flows (SSRN, March 2016) [text]

"Refugees Are Welcome: Larp as a Method for Creating a Culture of Welcoming and Acceptance," Chapter in Larp Politics: Systems, Theory, and Gender in Action (Solmukohta, 2016) [full-text]
- Note: LARP = Live Action Role Playing game.

Refugees Welcome? Introducing a New Dataset on Anti-refugee Violence in Germany, 2014-2015, Working Paper, no. 2032 (Kiel Institute for the World Economy, March 2016) [access]
- Follow link for both report and dataset.

"Security-scape and the (In)Visibility of Refugees: Managing Refugee Flow through Croatia," Migracijske i etničke teme, vol. 31, no. 3 (2015) [full-text via Academia.edu]

"Waiting in the Asylum Determination Process: Just an Empty Interlude?," Time & Society, vol. 25, no. 1 (March 2016) [postprint via Academia.edu]

Related posts:
- Events & Opportunities: April 2016 Continued/New May 2016 (several focus on Europe)
- Regional Focus: Europe (4 April 2016)

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