"Foregrounding Mediterranean Migration Governance from below: Mediterranean Cities as Regional Cities", article prepared for the Special Issue edited by T. Lacroix and S. Spencer entitled “Cities in networks, city networks and the governance of international migration”, for Global Networks
Routledge will republish the Special Issue into a Routledge book series – Research in Ethnic and Migration Studies (edited by Professor Paul Statham). (ISBN: 978-1-032-04953-3, Planned Publication Date: 22 July 2021) (2019) Diaspora governance and transnational entrepreneurship: the rise of an emerging social global pattern in migration studies, Special Issue of Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, (co-edited Ricard Zapata-Barrero and Shahamak Rezaei), 46 (10).
"Le triple lien entre migration, entrepreneuriat et politiques des pays d’origine: réalités et enjeux pour l’Algérie", (Co-authored with S. Djelti and A. Bestani). Chapter within edited book entitled: L'entrepreneuriat: Sensibilisation, Apprentissages et Expériences en Algérie
"The centrality of Qualitative Methods in Migration Studies", Chapter prepared by Ricard Zapata-Barrero and Evren Yalaz to be published in Introduction to Migration Studies: An interactive guide to the literatures on migration and diversity, Springer ed. by Peter Scholten
- "The limits of Multicultural Citizenship and the Intercultural Citizenship Post-Multicultural Research Agenda", in M. Giugni and M. Grasso (eds) The Handbook of Citizenship and Migration, Edward Elgar Publishing.
- "Cohesion" chapter in edited book Concepts in Migration Studies (see below)
- Concepts in Migration Studies, Routledge (edited book with R. Kastoryano and D. Jacobs). [Contributions: B. Vollmer, C. Joppke, J. E. Fossum, P. Simon, E. Telles, A. Favell, F. Mansouri, R. Bauböck, A, Triandafyllidou, K. Banting, T. Modood, P. Loobuyck] [Concepts: Cohesion, Cosmopolitanism, Discrimination, Diversity, Identity, Integration, Interculturalism, Mobility, Nationalism, Multiculturalism, Secularism, Tolerance, Transnationalism]
- "Refugees and Global Free Human Movement: A Framework for Utopian Thinking in the Twenty-First Century", in A. Errasti and C. Astier (eds) Refugees' Europe, London: Rowman & Littlefield International.