Reference List of Projects, Networks, Organizations, Websites and Blogs

Latvian Presidency of the Council of the European Union – Conference “How to Improve Intra-European Mobility and Circular Migration? Fostering Diaspora Engagement” 11-12 May 2015 (

Cities of Migration


Independent Network of Labour Migration and Integration Experts (Project)

European Commission, Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion – Free Movement – EU nationals

Faculty of Law, Centre for Migration Law, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Centre for Refugee Studies, York University, Canada

Centre on Migration – Policy & Society, COMPAS, University of Oxford, United Kingdom

The Pioneur Project

European Network on Free Movement of Workers within the European Union

IRelaunch – The Return-to-Work of Experts

BBC News Business – Global Migrations: Which Are the Most Wanted Professions?, 26 March, 2013

Mapping the population, careers, mobilities and impacts of advanced research degree graduates in the social sciences and humanities (POCARIM)

Growth, Equality, Opportunities, Migration, Markets (GEMM)

Reference List of Publications

Research Database of EU Integration Projects

Research Database and documents produced by DG Research under the 6th & 7th
Research Framework, “European Research on Social Trends: Demography, Migration,
Cohesion and Integration, Seventh Research Framework Programme ‘Socio-economic
Sciences and Humanities’(2007-08), European Commission, European Research Area,

GEMMA Gender & Migration, Policy Briefing No1-Sept 2008 and Summary results
(Project Funded by EC, DG Research). Enhancing Evidence Based Policy-Making in Gender and Migration (Project)

EU-supported research on Migration and Integration, 1995-2008, European Commission, Community Research, April 2008

Mobility & Inclusion: Managing Labour Migration in Europe Dossier, Heinrich Boll
Stiftung, Migration Integration Diversity, Project Funded by European Commission, DG
Education and Culture, Berlin, April 2010

Bi-lateral Agreements and Other Forms of Labour Recruitment: Some Lessons from
OECD Countries Experience, PowerPoint Presentation, Feb 2006, Tokyo, Japan

Exploring Mentoring Programmes for Skilled Immigrants in Vancouver: The Services
Providers Perspective, Laura Davies, MA, Ryerson University, CERIS Graduate Award,
Research Summary, 2010

D23: Integration of Skilled Migrant Women, Metropolis Conference, Workshop
Summary, 2004

Riano, Yvonne and Nadia Baghdadi, “Understanding the Labour Market Participation of
Skilled Immigration Women in Switzerland: The Interplay of Class, Ethnicity, and
Gender”, International Migration and Integration (2007) 8:163-183

Riano, Y. Migration of Skilled Latin American Women to Switzerland and their struggle
for Integration, University of Bern, 2003

Salaff, Janet “Chinese Immigrant Women: From Professional to Family Careers”, Social
Transformation in Chinese Societies, 2006

Preston, Valerie and Wenona Gilles “Employment Experiences of Highly Skilled
Immigrant Women: Where are they in the Labour Market?”, A paper presented at the
“Gender & Work: Knowledge Production in Practice”, Conference, Canada, Oct 2004

Slade, Bonnie “Gender, Race and the Social Construction of Skill in Canadian
Engineering: The Deskilling of Immigrant Women Engineers”, Canadian Association for
the Study of Adult Education, Online Proceedings, 2003

Slade, Bonnie “The Uneven Terrain of ‘Learning Organizations’: The Deskilling of
Immigrant Professionals”, Toronto, Canada

Fishman Cohen, Carol Back on the Career Track: A Guide for Stay-at-Home Moms who
want to Return to Work, New York, USA, 2007

Biff, Gudrun Satisfying Labour Demand Through Migration in Austria, European
Migration Network, National Contact Point Austria, IOM in Vienna, 2011

Raghuram, Parvati, “Migrant Women in Male-Dominated Sectors of Labour Market: A
Research Agenda”, Population Space and Place, 14, 43-57, 2008

Washington, Christa E. “Mentoring, Organizational Rank, and Women’s Perception of
Advancement Opportunity in the Workplace”, Forum on Public Policy
Guide to Running a Mentoring Programme, Immigrant Council of Ireland

Visser, Mirela “Inspiring Mentoring Programme No.3 Mentoring Women for Corporate
Success”, Part Two, Women@work No. 7

Dumont, Jean-Christoph Women on the Move: The Neglected Gender Dimension of the
Brain Drain, IZA DP No 2920, OECD, July 2007

Kofman, E and P. Raghuram, “Skilled Female Labour Migration”, Focus Migration,
Policy Brief, April 2009

Grandea, Nona “Gender, Skills, and Integration: Policy Issues and Implications”
(PowerPoint Presentation), 13th International Metropolis Conference, 2008

Favell, Adrian Eurostars and Eurocities: Free movement and Mobility in an Integrating
Europe, Blackwell Publishing, 2008

Stratti, I “ Integration Strategies and Policies in Italy: The Case of Intellectual Migrant
Women in Italy” Doctoral Thesis, University of Trieste, 2009

Buchan, Dianne “The Integration of Skilled Migrants Into the New Zealand Workforce
and Society”, Research Paper for a Masters in Public Policy, New Zealand

Recchi, Ettore and A. Favell, Pionners of European Integration: Citizenship and Mobility
in Europe, MPG Books Group, UK, 2009

Anckers, L Shifting Spaces: Women, Citizenship and Migration within the European
Union, Policy Press, United Kingdom, 1998

Scott, S. “ The ability of ‘world city’ theory to explain contemporary patterns and
processes of intra-European labour migration”, Migration, May 2007

“Europe 2020, A strategy for smart, sustainable and inclusive growth”, Communication
from the Commission, Brussels, 2010 COM(2010)2020 final

Lewarth, Alexandra “ Theory and Practice of European Labour Mobility in the Social
Sector”, MACESS Dissertation 2002/03, Master in Comparative European Social Studies

Crushed Hopes: Underemployment and Deskilling among Killed Migrant Women, International Organization for Migration (IOM), 2012

Rupa Banerjee, Assistant Prof. Ted Rogers School of Business Management, Ryerson University & Mai Phan, Post-Doctor Fellow, Dep. Of Sociology, McMaster University, “Do Tied Movers Get Tied Down? The Occupational Displacement of Dependent Applicant Immigrants in Canada”, CERIS Final Report, 2013

Zulauf, Monica, Migrant Women Professionals in the European Union, Palgrave, UK, 2001

Favell, Adrian and Virginie Guiraudon, Sociology of the European Union, Palgrave Macmillan, 2011

Developing Integrated Programming for Immigrant Professionals, Centre for Newcomers, Edmonton Mennonites, Canada, 2004

Bridging Program Benchmarks, Recommendations, and Evaluation Framework, FutureEd, Canada, 2004

Towards a Comprehensive Labour Market Strategy for Immigrants: Part 1:A Vision for Immigrant Labour Market Participation and Part 2: Considerations for a New Approach for Funding and Implementing Immigrant Employment Initiatives, A PROMPT Discussion Paper, Canada, 2005

Kofman, Eleonore “Gender Migrations, Livelihoods and Entitlements in European Welfare Regimes”, UNRISD, Draft Working Document, Switzerland, 2005

Docquier, Frederic, B. Lindsay Lowell, Abdeslam Marfouk, A Gendered Assessment of the Brain Drain, IZA DP No. 3235, Germany, 2007

Dumont, Jean-Christophe, John P. Martin, Gilles Spielvogel, Women on the Move: The Neglected Gender Dimension of the Brain Drain, IZA DP No. 2920, Germany, 2007

Raghuram, Parvati, “Situating women in the brain drain discourse: discursive challenges and opportunities”, in Stalford, Helen; Currie, Samantha and Velluti, Samantha eds. Gender and Migration in 21st Century Europe. Aldershot: Ashgate, pp.85-106, 2009

Recchi, Ettore and Adrian Favell, Pioneers of European Integration: Citizenship and Mobility in the EU, UK, 2009

Smith, Michael Peter and Adrian Favell, The Human Face of Global Mobility: International Highly Skilled Migration in Europe, North America and the Asia-Pacific. Comparative Urban & Community Research Volume 8, USA, 2009

Migrant Women in European Cities and Municipalities, FemCities, Conference Documentation, Basel, September 22nd and 23rd, Switzerland, 2011

EU Citizenship Report 2010: Dismantling the Obstacles to EU Citizens’ Rights, European Commission, 2010

Van den Bergh, Riana and Prof. Yvonne du Plessis, “Highly Skilled Migrant Women: A Career Development Framework”,  JMD-Apr-2011-0037.R1

Dutch-German conference “ Free Movement and Participation of EU Citizens – Making it work for all”, 3-4 September 2012, Rotterdam, NL

Benton, Meghan and Mila Petrovic. 2013. How free is free movement? Dynamics and drivers of mobility within the Europe Union. Brussels: Migration Policy Institute Europe

Rossilah BT, Jamil “Human Capital: A Critique”, Faculty of Management and Human Resources Development, University Teknologi Malaysia

Galgoczi, Bela, Janine Leschke and Andrew Watt, Chapter 1 “EU Labour Migration and Labour Markets in Trouble Times”, Ethnic Diversity in European Market: Challenges and Solutions, Edward Elgar, 2011

Galgoczi, Bela and Janine Leschke, “Intra-EU Labour Migration after Eastern Enlargement and During the Crisis”, Working Paper 2012, 13, European Trade Union Institute

Kou, Anu, Ajay Bailey, and Leo van Wissen, “Migrant Biographies: A Life Course Approach to High-skilled Migration”, Population Research Centre University of Groningen, Paper presented at International Population Conference, October 2009

Nohl, Arnd-Michael, Karin Schittenhelm, Oliver Schmidtke and Anja Weiss “Cultural Capital during Migration – A Multi-level Approach to the Empirical Analysis of Labor Market Integration amongst Highly Skilled Migrants”, Forum: Qualitative Social Research, Vol. 7 No 3, Art. 14, May 2006

Schmidtke, Oliver, “Policy Memo: Canada’s Immigration and Integration Policies: A Multi-national Evaluation of Labour Market Integration of Skilled Immigrants”, Cultural Capital During Migration, Research Paper 01-2007

Nohl, Arnd-Michael, “The Adaptation of Knowledge and Skills to Labour Market Expectation: Transnational Inquiries into further Education among Migrants with Foreign University Degrees”, Cultural Capital During Migration, Research Paper 05-2008

Mulholland, Jon and Louise Ryan, “French Capital: A Study of French Highly-Skilled Migrants in London’s Financial and Business Sectors – A Report on Preliminary Observations”, Middlesex University (London), Funded by the Economic and Social Research Council, 2013  (for podcast presentation go to Virtual Library)

Freitas Any and Antoine Pécoud, Skilled Migration and the Brain Drain, DIVERSITIES, UNESCO & MPI, MMG, Vol. 14, No. 1, 2012

Liu, Eric Nan, Access to Employment or Access to Employers: a Descriptive Study of Employers’ Attitudes and Practices in Hiring Newcomer Job Seekers, Theses and Dissertation, Ryerson University, Digital Commons@Ryerson, Canada, 1-1-2006

ALLIES, A Maytree Idea, The results are in: Mentoring improves employment outcomes for skilled immigrants, 2013 (from website)

Walters, Jessica, Exploring Internationally Educated Professionals’ Employability: An Ontario Service Provider’s Perspective, CERIS, 2006

Ryan, Louise and John Mulholland, Trading Places: French Highly Skilled Migrations Negotiating Mobility and Emplacement in London, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, DOI:10.1080/1369183X.2013.787514, 2013

Zulauf, Monika, Frontier-free Europe: A Study of Female Migrants in the Banking Sector, the International Journal of Human Resources Management 10:4 August, 1999

World Economic Forum, Stimulating Economies through Fostering Talent Mobility, 2010

World Economic Forum, Global Talent Risk – Seven Responses, 2011

World Economic Forum, Insight Report: The Human Capital, Report 2013

World Economic Forum, Talent Mobility Good Practices: Collaboration at the Core of Driving Economic Growth, 2012

Mapping the population, careers, mobilities and impacts of advanced research degree graduates in the social sciences and humanities (POCARIM), European Commission – European Research Area, 7Th Framework Programme, 2013

Ackers, L From ‘Partial Migrants’ to Mundane Transnationalism: Socio-Legal (re) Conceptualisations of Contemporary Intra-EU Migration, FMW Online Journal on Free Movement of Workers within the European Union, June, No 6, European Commission.

Kofman, E.“Preface from the Special Issue: Women on the Move”, Sociología y tecnociencia/Sociology and Technoscience, 3(3): 3-7, 2013

Fernandez-Zubieta, A. What Drives Researchers’ Careers? The Role of International Mobility, Gender, and Family, Special Issue: Women on the Move, Sociología y tecnociencia/Sociology and Technoscience, 2013

Bosch, N. Beyond the Work-Life Balance: Family and International Mobility of Highly Skilled, Special Issue: Women on the Move, Sociología y tecnociencia/Sociology and Technoscience, 2013

Ackers, L. , Internet Mobility, Co-Presence and Purpose: Contextualising Internationalisation in Research Careers, IN RESEARCH CAREERS, Issue: Women on the Move, Sociología y tecnociencia/Sociology and Technoscience, 2013

Papademetrion, D. , Attracting and Selecting from the Global Talent Pool – Policy Challenges, MPI, 2013

Nee, V., Understanding the Diversity of Immigrant Incorporation: a Forms-of-Capital Model, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Vol. 24, No 3, 2001

Guild, E. Labour Migration and Unemployment: What can we Learn from EU Rules on the Free Movement of Workers?, CEPS Paper, 2012

Avoto, J. Dynamics in Highly Skilled Migration: A European Perspective, Inaugural-Dissertation, Hannover, 2009

Attracting, Retaining and Integrating Skilled Immigrants, Analysis of Canada’s Leading Employers, ALLIES, A Maytree Idea, 2011

Hewlett, S. , Off-Ramps and On-Ramps: Keeping Talented Women on the Road to Success, Mach 2005

Slade, B., “Highly Skilled and Under-Theorized Women Migrant Professionals”, Calculated Kindness, Global Restructuring, Immigration and Settlement in Canada, R. Folson, 2004

Mulholland, J and L. Ryan, Doing the Business: Variegation, Opportunity, and Intercultural Experiences among Intra-EU Highly-Skilled Migrants, International Migration, 2013

Jungwirth, I, Gender Configurations: Transborder Professional Careers of Migrant Women, Migration and Ethnic Theme 27.1, 105-121, 2011

Mobility in Europe 2012, Mobility Lab: European Job Mobility Laboratory, 2012

Auriol, L , Careers of Doctorate Holders: Employment and Mobility Patterns, STI Working Paper, 2010/4, OECD, 2010

Iredale, Robyn, Gender, Immigration Policies and Accreditation: Valuing the Skills of Professional Women Migrants, GEOFORUM, 2004

Liversage, Anika, Vital Conjunctures, Shifting Horizons: High-Skilled Female Immigrants Looking for Work, Work, Employment and Society, Vol 23 (1), 2009

Venturini, Alessandra, Innovation and Human Capital: the Role of Migration, Policy Brief, European University Institute, Italy, 2013

Wingens, Matthias et al. (eds.), A Life-Course Perspective on Migration and Integration, 2011

Logemann, Jan, Europe-Migration-Identity: Connections Between Migration Experiences and Europeanness, National Identities, 15:1, 1-8, 2012

Pollmann, Andreas, Intercultural Capital: Towards the Conceptualization, Operationalization, and Empirical Investigation of all Rising Marker of Sociocultural Distinction, SAGE Open, 2013

Recchi, Ettore, Migrants and Europeans: An Outline of the Free Movement of Persons in the EU, AMID Working Paper Series 38/2005

Bauder, Harald, “Brain Abuse”, or the Devaluation of Immigrant Labour in Canada, ANTIPODE, 2003

Erel, Umut, Migrating Cultural Capital: Bourdieu in Migration Studies, Sociology (44), 2010

Blachford, Dongyan Ru, Rethinking International Migration of Human Capital and Brain Circulation: The Case of Chinese-Canadian Academics, Journal of Studies in International Education, XX(X) 1-21, 2013

Cooke, Thomas J., ‘Trailing Wife’ or ‘Trailing mothers’? The Effect of Parental Status on the Relationship Between Family Migration and the Labor-Market Participation of Married Women, Environment and Planning A, Vol. 33, 2012

Sumption, Madeleine, Skilled Immigrants in the Global Economy Prospects for International Cooperation on Recognition of Foreign Qualifications, MPI, 2013

Saint-Paul, Gilles, The Brain Drain: Some Evidence from European Expatriates in the United States, IZA DP No.1310, 2004

Salamonska, Justyna, The Europeanisation of Everyday Life: Cross-Border Practices and Transnational Identifications among EU and Third-Country Citizens

Navigating the European Space: Physical and Virtual Forms of Cross-Border Mobility among EU Citizens, EUCROSS:Crossing Borders Making Europe, Working Paper # 5, 2013

Koikkalainen, Saara, Free Movement in Europe: Past and Present, MPI website, 2011

Andall, Jacqueline, Gendered Mobilities and Work in Europe: An Introduction, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 39, No 4, 2013

Williams, Allan M., International Labour Migration and Tacit Knowledge Transactions: A Multi-level Perspective, Global Networks 7(1)

Kofman, Eleonore, Gender Labour Migrations in Europe and Emblematic Migratory Figures, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 39, No 4, 2013

Schmitt, Christian, Labour Market Integration, Occupational Uncertainties, and Fertility Choices in Germany and the UK, Demographic Research, Vol. 26, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research, Germany, 2012

Koikkalainen, Saara, Young Educated Finns in the European Union Labour Market, Finnish Journal of Ethnicity and Migration, Vol.4, No 2, 2009

Meares, Carina, A Fine Balance: Women, Work, and Skilled Migration, Women’s Studies International Forum, 33, 2010

Putman, Robert D., E Pluribus Unum: Diversity and Community in the Twenty-first Century The 2006 Johan Skytte Prize Lecture, Scandinavian Political Studies, Vol. 30 – No 2, 2007

Shaffer, Margaret A., Choices, Challenges, and Career Consequences of Global Work Experiences: A Review and Future Agenda, Journal of Management, Vol. 38, 2012

Suto, Melinda, Comprised Careers: The Occupational Transition of Immigration and Resettlement, WORK Vol. 3, 2009

Shan, Hongxia, Skill as a Relational Construct: Hiring Practices from the Standpoint of Chinese Immigrant Engineers in Canada, Work, Employment and Society, 27 (6), 2013

Williams, Allan M., Tourism, Migration, and Human Capital: Knowledge and Skills at the Intersection of Flows, in W C Gartner and C Hsu (eds), The Routledge Handbook of Tourism Research, 2012

Tseng, Yen-Fen, Shanghai Rush: Skilled Migrants in a Fantasy City, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 37:5, 2011

William, Allan, International Migration and Knowledge, Working Paper No. 17, COMPAS, 2005

Spiess, Erika, Acculturation and Socialization of Migrants in Organizations – a Theoretical Perspective, WOP Working Papers, No. 2013/2.

Shan, Hongxia, Practices on the Periphery: Highly Educated Chinese Immigrant Women Negotiating Occupational Settlement in Canada, The Canadian Journal for the Study of Adult Education, 2009

Shan, Hongxia, The Disjuncture of Learning and Recognition: Credential Assessment from the Standpoint of Chinese Immigrant Engineers in Canada, European Journal for Research on the Education and Learning of Adults, Vol. 4, 2013

Bourdieu, Pierre, The Forms of Capital, in J.E. Richardson (ed.), Handbook of Theory of Research for the Sociology of Education, 1986

Hardill, Irene, Gender, Migration and the Dual Career Household, United Kingdom, 2002

Skuterud, Mikal, Immigrant Skill Selection and Utilization: A Comparative Analysis for Australia, Canada, and the United States, CRDCN National Conference, Canada, 2013

Ferrer, Ana, Labour Market Decisions of Immigrant Household: Are Canadian Immigrant Women Secondary Workers?, CRDCN National Conference, Canada, 2013

Holtmann, Cathy, The Gendered Nature of Social Capital amongst Canadian Immigrants: Preliminary Findings, CRDCN National Conference, Canada, 2013

Kou, Anu and A. Bailey, ‘Movement is a Constant Feature in my Life’: Contextualising Migration Processes of Highly Skilled Indians, GEOFORUM 52, 2014

Gillian Creese and Brandy Wiebe “Survival Employment: Gender and deskilling among African immigrants in Canada”, International Migration Vol. 50 (5), 2012

Boucher, A, “Skill, migration and gender in Australia and Canada: The case of gender-based analysis”, Australian Journal of Political Science, vol. 42, no. 3, 2007.

Shan, Hongxia, Learning as Socially Organized Practices: Chinese Immigrants Fitting into the Engineering Market in Canada, Doctor Thesis, University of Toronto, Canada, 2009

Aure, Marit, “Highly Skilled Dependent Migrants Entering the Labour Market: Gender and Place in Skill Transfer”, GEOFORUM (45), 1023

Remennick, Larissa, “Professional Identities in Transition: Factors Shaping Immigrant Labour Market Success”, International Migration Vol. 51 (1), 2013

Oliver, E.A., “Living Flexibly? How Europe’s Science Researchers Manage Mobility, Fixed-Term Employment and Life Outside Work”, The International Journal of Human Resources Management, Vol. 23, No.18, 2012

Iredale, R. “The Migration of Professionals: Theories and Typologies”, International Migration, Vol. 39(5), 2001

Meyer, Jean-Baptiste, “Network Approach Versus Brain Drain: Lessons from the Diaspora”, International Migration, Vol. 39(5), 2001

Jortveit, Clare, Global Future and Local impact: Effects of NHO Agder’s Talent Mobilization Pilot Program”, University of Agder, Norway, 2010.

Csedo, Krisztina, “Negotiating Skills in the Global City: Hungarian and Romanian Professionals and Graduates in London”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 34, No.5, 2008

Aure, Marit, “The Emotional Costs of Employment-Related Mobility”, Norwegian Journal of Geography, 67:5, 2013

Koikkalainen, Saara, Making It Abroad: Experiences of Highly Skilled Finns in the European Union Labour Markets, 2013

Beaverstock, Jonathan V. “Competing for Talent: Global Mobility, Immigration, and the City of London’s Labour Market”, Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society, 5:271-287, 2012

Schilling, Elisabeth “Non-linear Careers: Desirability and Coping”, Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, Vol. 31 No. 8, 2012

Tzeng, Rueyling, “Cultural Capital and Cross-Border Career Ladders: Western Professional Migrants in Taiwan”, International Sociology 25:123, 2010

Blau, Francine “Substitution Between Individual and Cultural Capital: Re-migration Labour Supply, Culture and US Labour Market Outcomes Among Immigrants”, NBER Working Paper Series 17275, 2011

Guild, Elspeth “The Social Impact of Migration and the Notion of Citizenship for the EU Ensuing Challenges and opportunities for the Union ”, CEPS Commentary, 2014

Gabriel, Yiannis “Job Loss and its Aftermath among Managers and Professionals: Wonded, Fragmented and Flexible”, Work, Employment and Society, 27(1), 2013

Wilton, Nick “Do Employability Skills Really Matter in the UK Graduate Labour Market? The Case of Business and Management Graduates”, Work, Employment and Society, 25(1), 2011

Pecoraro, Marco “Gender, Brain Waste and Job-Education Mismatch among Migrant Workers in Switzerland”, International Migration Paper No. 111, ILO, 2011

Mulholland, Jon and Louise Ryan “Doing the Business: Variegation, Opportunity and Intercultural Experiences among Intra-EU Highly Skilled Migrants”, International Migration Vol.52 (3), 2014

Kofman, Eleonore “ Towards a Gendered Evaluation of (Highly) Skilled Immigration Policies in Europe”, International Migration Vol.52 (3), 2014

Europe 2010: A European Strategy for Smart, Sustainable and Inclusive Growth, COM (2010), 2020, European Commission, 2010

Dobbins, Tony “ ‘Make do and mend’ after Redundancy at Anglesey Aluminium: Critiquing Human Capital Approaches to Unemployment”, Work, Employment and Society, 2013

Krings, Torben “Polish Migration to Ireland: ‘Free Movers’ in the New European Mobility Space”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies Vol. 39, No.1, 2013

Smeaton, Deborah “Self-employed Workers: Calling the shots or Hesitant Independents? A Consideration of Trends”, Work, Employment and Society, Vol. 17(2), 2003

Stuart, Mark “Reflections on Work and Employment into the 21st Century: Between Equal Rights, Forces Decides”, Work, Employment and Society Vol. 27, 2013

Kofman, Eleonore “Gendered Labour Migration in Europe and Emblematic Migratory Figures”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39:4, 2013

Dean, Jennifer Asanin “ ‘Education? It is irrelevant to my job now. It makes me very depressed …’: Exploring the Heath Impacts of under/unemployment among Highly Skilled Recent Immigrants in Canada”, Ethnicity and Health, Vol. 14, No. 2, 2009

Ryan, Louise “ Trading Places: French Highly skilled Migrants Negotiating Mobility and Emplacement in London”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 40, No.4, 2014

Fischlmayr, Iris C. and Kollinger, Iris, ‘Work-life balance – a neglected issue among Austrian female expatriates’, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 21: 4, 2010

Harris, Hilary “Global Careers: Work-life issues and the Adjustment of Women International Managers”, The Journal of Management Development, Vol 23.9, 2004

Walby, Sylvia “Is the Knowledge Society Gendered”, Gender, Work and Organization, Vol. 18 No. 1, 2011

Keep, Ewart “From Skills Revolution to Productitity Miracle – Not as Easy as it Sounds”, Oxford Review of Economic Policy, Vol. 22, No.4, 2006

Keep, Ewart “ Moving Beyond Skills as a Social and Economic Panacea”, Work Employment Society, Vol. 24, 2010

Brown, Phillip “ The Global Auction: The broken Promises of Education, Jobs and Incomes”,  Oxford University Press, 2011

Oikelome, Franklin “ Gender, Migration and Place of Qualification of Doctors in the UK: Perceptions of Inequality, Morale and Career Aspiration”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 39(4), 2013

McKinsey & Company, Women Matters 2013 – Gender Diversity in Top Management: Moving Corporate Culture, Moving Boundaries, November 2013

Mayerhofer, Helene “Flexpatriate Assignments: A Neglect Issue in Global Staffing”, The International Journal of Human Resource Management, 15:8 December, 2004

World of Work Report 2014: Developing with Jobs, International Labour Organization, Research Department, ILO, 2014

Anthias, Floya “Ethnic Ties: Social Capital and the Question of Mobilisability”, The Sociological Review 55:4, 2007

Laczik, Andrea “Hungarian Migrants in the UK Labour Market: A Pilot Study of the Former Education of Hungarian Migrants and the Underutilisation of their Skills in the UK”, SKOPE Issues Paper 32, January 2014

Pemberton, Simon “The Policies and Politics of Managed Migration: Exploring Mature Labour Migration from Central and Eastern Europe into the UK”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Vol. 39, No.3, 2013

Koikkalainen, Saara “ Virtual Fields: How to Study a Scattered Migrant Population Online: The Case of Highly Skilled Finns in the European Union”, Were is the Field? The experience of Migration Viewed through the Prism of Ethnographic Fieldwork, edited by Laura Hirvi and Hanna Snellman, 2012.

Brown, Phillip, David Ashton and Hugh Lauder, “Praxis: Skills are not enough: the Globalisation of Knowledge and the Future UK Economy”, No 4, UK Commission for Employment and Skills, 2010

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Tholen, Gerbrand, “Graduate Employability in the Knowledge-Based Economy: A Comparison Between Great Britain and the Netherlands”, University of Wales, Cardiff, 2010

Brown, Philip and Anthony Hesketin, “The Mismanagement of Talent: Employability and Jobs in the Knowledge Economy”, Oxford Press, 2004

Trajkova, Kate “ Diversification of Labour Force as a Challenge to the Business Community in Terms of Economic Crisis: A Study”, International Journal of Marketing, Financial Services and Management Research, Vol 2, No. 5, 2013

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Fossland, Trine “ Crossing Borders – Getting Work: Skilled Migrants’ Gendered Labour Market Participation in Norway”, Norwegian Journal of Geography, Vol. 67, No. 5, 2013

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Pedersen, Dorte, “Towards an Improved Understanding of Incorporation Dynamics of Highly Skilled Migrants in Vienna”, Masterarbeit, University of Vienna, 2012

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