Migration Working Papers

Migration Working Papers

This is not an exhaustive list and serves only as a guide to some of the existing migration working and discussion papers.

BAMF, Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, Germany

Bank of England

Cato Institute

Center for Comparative Immigration Studies (CCIS) Working Papers

Centre for Competitive Advantage in the Global Economy (CAGE), University of Warwick

Centre for Migration Law, Migration Law Working Papers

Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration, Discussion Paper Series

Child Migration Research Network Working Papers


European Grouping on Territorial Cooperation. ESPON

European University Institute

Eurostat Statistical working papers

Global Detention Project Working Papers

Hein De Haas

IMDS Working Papers Series

International Centre for Migration Policy Development

International Migration Institute IMI

International Monetary Fund, IMF Publications

Investment Migration Council (IMC), Investment Migration Research Papers

IOM Background and Working Papers

IPPR The Progressive Policy Think Tank

IZA Discussion Papers, Institute of Labor Economics

KNOMAD Working Papers

MAFE Project Working Papers

Migrating out of Poverty Publications

Migration Policy Centre

Minnesota Population Center MPC Working Papers Series

NORFACE Research Programme on Migration Discussion Papers

NOVAFRICA Working Paper

OECD Social, Employment and Migration Working Papers

OECD Working Papers on Migration

Portuguese Institute of International Relations (IPRI-NOVA)

Refugee Law Initiative Working Papers

Reminder Project

RESPOND's Working Paper Series ‘Global Migration: Consequences and Responses’

Ryerson Centre for Immigration and Settlement

Style Research For Youth Labour in Europe

Sussex Centre for Migration Research, University of Sussex

The Hague Institute for Global Justice Working paper Series

The National Bureau of Economic Research

UCL Department of Geography, University College London

UNICEF Working Papers

United Nations University UNU-MERIT, Migration and Development Research Group

Université de Neuchâtel Working Papers

University of Birmingham Working Paper series

Willy Brandt Series of Working Papers in International Migration and Ethnic Relations


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