Danielle Gluns is currently employed at the University of Hildesheim, Germany, as head of the Research and Transfer Office for Migration Policy. In this function, she is involved in the research projects of the Migration Policy Research Group and strives to improve the transfer between research and practice in the field of migration and integration policy. Her research focuses on asylum, refugee and migration policies in the European multi-level governance system as well as on the local level. Until December 2018, she was employed at the Institute of Political Science of the University of Münster, Germany, where she has also completed her PhD in comparative housing policy and urban governance. Recent publications include:
- - Danielle Gluns (2019): From Plans to Policies. Local Housing Governance for the Growing Cities Vienna and Washington, DC. Wiesbaden: Springer VS, series "Stadt, Raum und Gesellschaft".
- - Nikola Borosch, Danielle Gluns and Annette Zimmer (2019): Network for labor market integration of migrants and refugees in Münster, Germany (MAMBA). In: Susan Baines, Andrea Bassi, Judit Csoba and Flórián Sipos (eds.): Implementing innovative social investment. Bristol: Policy Press.