* 5 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (5) Topics Europe (5) Migration (4) European Union (3) Integration (3) Attitudes toward Migration (2) Labor Market (2) Common European Asylum System (1) Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (1) Publication Type Working Paper (5) Research Immigrant Integration (4) European Asylum System (2) Countries of Origin and First Asylum (1) Experts Anne-Marie Jeannet (2) Esther Ademmer (2) Martin Ruhs (2) Tobias Heidland (2) Alessandra Venturini (1) Maarten Vink (1) Mattia Di Salvo (1) Mauro Lanati (1) Mikkel Barslund (1) Nadzeya Laurentsyeva (1) Rezart Hoxhaj (1) Tijana Prokic-Breuer (1) Show more Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Europe Publication Type: Working Paper Remove all filters Working Paper The Import of “Cultural Goods” and Emigration: an Unexplored Relation 01.04.2017 The paper examines the effect of the import of cultural goods as defined by UNESCO (2009): cultural heritage, performance, visual arts, books, audio-visual material and design on emigration decisions. Working Paper Immigrant Naturalisation, Employment and Occupational Status in Western Europe 01.02.2019 Does citizenship facilitate access to employment and higher status jobs? Existing case studies have produced mixed results across mostly single case studies in Europe and North America. Working Paper The Impact of Refugees on the Labour Market: A Big Splash in a Small Pond? 01.10.2018 What impact will recently arrived refugees have on the labour markets of receiving European countries? Working Paper A Need for Control? Political Trust and Public Preferences for Asylum and Refugee Policy 01.01.2020 Political trust matters for citizens’ policy preferences but existing research has not yet considered whether this effect depends on how policies are designed. Working Paper What asylum and refugee policies do Europeans want? Evidence from a cross-national conjoint experiment 01.10.2019 This article provides the first-ever analysis of the structure of public preferences for asylum and refugee policy, a highly politicized policy area that has attracted little scholarly attention to date.