Current Projects

Migrants in Countries in Crisis (MICIC) initiative
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Addressing Demand in Anti-Trafficking Efforts and Policies (DemandAT)
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FastPass: A Harmonized, Modular Reference System for All European Automatic Border Crossing Points
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IMISCOE 12th Annual Conference “Challenges in commissioned migration research”
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Study on smuggling of migrants: characteristics, responses and cooperation with third countries
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Care and Support for Elderly Migrants in Austria: Institutional Challenges and Assessment of Demand (BEMIG)
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Pilot study: Integration processes of recently arrived immigrants (LEGINT)
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Integration, Transnational Mobility and Human, Social and Economic Capital Transfers (ITHACA)
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New Publications

Roland Hosner and Maria Schlechter (2015): Integrationsverläufe von NeuzuwanderInnen: Forschungsdesign für eine Panelbefragung.
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Martin Wagner, Albert Kraler (2014): An Effective Asylum Responsibility - Sharing Mechanism. Updated in Oct 2015.
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Optimity Advisors, ICMPD, ECRE (2015): A study on smuggling of migrants - Characteristics, responses and cooperation with third countries.
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Martin Hofmann, Veronika Bilger, Sanda Uellen (2015): FAMINT: Familiengründungsmigration, Heiratsverhalten und Integration von Drittstaatsangehörigen in Österreich.
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Albert Kraler, David Reichel, Han Entzinger (2015): Migration statistics in Europe: a core component of governance and population research.
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David Reichel, Bernhard Perchinig (2015): Reflections on the value of citizenship – explaining naturalisation practices.
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Our Research Focus

The objective of ICMPD’s research Unit is to further knowledge on migration related issues, to facilitate co-operation and synergy within and beyond the research community and to respond to an increased demand for a more policy relevant research. It has built up a reputation for research on international migration trends, patterns and policies in the wider European context based on comparative analysis. The programme is based on policy oriented, empirical research with an interdisciplinary and international approach.

 

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