MPC research on this theme explores both the meaning and practice of migration governance. Through analysis of meaning, our research analyses how decision-makers and others involved in making or shaping migration policy understand the challenges they face and how these understandings inform actions. By practice, we mean the practical outputs and outcomes of these understandings as they take shape in the forms of laws, policies and other types of action. Our research is truly global looking across states and regions and also genuinely multilevel in that we actively seek to connect the local, the national and the transnational.
Selected recent publications and working papers (2018/19):
- Geddes, Andrew (2020, forthcoming) Governing Migration Beyond the State, Oxford University Press.
- Geddes, Andrew, Vera Espinoza, Marcia, Hadj-Abdou, Leila and Brumat, Leiza, eds. (2019) The Dynamics of Regional Migration Governance. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar
- Recchi, E., Deutschmann, E. and M. Vespe (2019) “Estimating Transnational Human Mobility on a Global Scale”, EUI RSCAS Working Paper
- Martin, P. and M. Ruhs (2019) “Labour Market Realism and the Global Compacts on Migration and Refugees”, RSCAS Working Paper 2019/23
- Caponio, T., Scholten, P. and R. Zapata-Barrero (2018) The Routledge Handbook of the Governance of Migration and Diversity in Cities, Routledge, Abongton
- Dennison, J. and Geddes, A. (2018). “Brexit and the Perils of Europeanised Immigration”. Journal of European Public Policy 25 (8): 1137-1153