GRITIM-UPF Working Paper Series

 The purpose of the GRITIM-UPF Working Paper Series is to disseminate academic research work-in-progress that contributes to the European approach on immigration and diversity. The main framework is related to GRITIM-UPF's three main priorities: multidisciplinarity, innovation and transfer of knowledge.

Its contents are related to the following research areas: immigration and governance, immigration and society, immigration and law, economics of migration, immigration and the dynamics of diversity, immigration and communication and immigration and humanities. GRITIM-UPF Working Papers will be published at least quarterly.

Academic Committee:

Neus Torbisco  (Editor)
Departament of Law
Ricard Zapata-Barrero Departament of Political and Social Sciences
Sílvia Morgades
Departament of Law
Teun van Dijk
Departament of Translation and Language Sciences
Mathew Creighton
Departament of Political and Social Sciences
Blanca Garcés-Mascareñas Departament of Political and Social Sciences 
Avi Astor
Departament of Political and Social Sciences        
Mireia Trenchs
Departament of Humanities

 

Publication Editor:

Núria Franco Guillén- Departament of Political and Social Sciences

Index

 

Number 19 - Spring 2014 -Injustice and high skilled "temporary" labour migration  

Author:  Patti Tamara Lenard (University of Ottawa, Canada)
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Number 18 - Autumn 2013 -Reconsidering the "policy gap": policy implementation and outcomes in Spain 

Author:  Blanca Garcés Mascareñas (GRITIM-Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
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Number 17 - Summer 2013 -The three strands of intercultural policies: a comprehensive view. A critical review of Bouchard and Cantle recent books on interculturalism

Author:  Ricard Zapata Barrero (GRITIM-Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona)
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Number 16 - Spring 2013 -Predictors of Political Orientation among US-born Mexican Americans: Cultural Identification, Acculturation Attitudes and Socioeconomic Status 

Authors: Laura P. Naumann (Sonoma State U. California), Verònica Benet-Martínez (Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Barcelona) & Penelope Espinoza (U. of Texas at El Paso)
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Number 15 - Winter 2013 -Reconciling context and contact with immigrants effects: An examination of the Catalan case

Authors: Toni Rodón and Núria Franco-Guillén -UPF, Barcelona.
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Number 14 - Autumn 2012 - Is there really a backlash against Multiculturalism Policies? New evidence from the Multiculturalism Policy Index

Authors: Keith Banting and Will Kymlicka - Queen's University, Canada
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Number 13 - Autumn 2012 - Immigration and Contested Nation-building: explaining the political salience of immigration in multi-national societies

Author: Fiona Barker - Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
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Number 12 - Summer 2012 - Membership and Internal Democracy. Immigrant organisations in the city of Oslo

Author: Marianne Takle - Group for Migration and Transnationality, NOVA, Norwegian Social Research
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Number 11 - Spring 2012 - Overcoming the ethical dilemmas of skilled migration? An analysis of international narratives on the 'brain drain'

Author: Antonina Levatino - Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Spain; Antoine Pécoud - UNESCO & URMIS Université Paris 7, France
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Number 10 - Winter 2012 - Immigration Controls and the Erosion of Popular Sovereignty

Author: Chris Gilligan - University of the West of Scotland, UK
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Number 9 - Autumn 2011 - The Point System of Selection of Immigrants in Quebec

Author: Núria Franco i Guillén - Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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Number 8 - Summer 2011 - The European Union and refugees: towards more restrictive asylum policies in the European Union?

Authors: Christian Kaunert and Sarah Leonard - University of Salford
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Number 7 - Spring 2011 - Teaching Ethnic Diversity in Journalism School

Author: Teun A. Van Dijk - Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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Number 6 - Winter 2011 - Toleration and the fair terms of engagement with diversity

Author: Mitja Sardoc - Educational Research Institute, Ljubljana
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Number 5 - Autumn 2010 - Gendered Networks and Mexican Migration

Authors: Mathew Creighton - GRITIM-UPF, Universitat Pompeu Fabra, Fernando Riosmena - University of Colorado at Boulder
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Number 4 - Spring 2010 - The Externalisation of the Asylum Function in the European Union

Author: Sílvia Morgades - GRITIM-UPF, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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Number 3 - Winter 2009 - "¡Mezquita no!" The origins of mosque opposition in Spain

Author: Avi Astor - University of Michigan
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Number 2 - Winter 2009 - Introducing diversity in public organisations - diminishing theoretical ambiguity and controversy by empirical research

Author: Anne R. van Ewijk - GRITIM-UPF, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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Number 1- Autumn 2009 - Temporary and circular labour migration : reassessing established public policies

Authors: Ricard Zapata-Barrero, Rocío Faúndez García, Elena Sánchez Montijano - GRITIM-UPF, Universitat Pompeu Fabra
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