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Reflections on the value of citizenship – explaining naturalisation practices
The article raises the question of why immigrants become or do not become citizens of their destination country. Political incorporation of immigrants through naturalisation is driven by several…
The international diffusion of expatriate dual citizenship
- M. Vink, A. Schakel, D. Reichel, N. C. Luk, G. de Groot
- Political ScienceMigration Studies
- 1 September 2019
While the global increase of expatriate dual citizenship acceptance over the past decades has been widely observed, the temporal and spatial contexts of this trend have remained understudied. Based…
Regulating Political Incorporation of Immigrants ≤ Naturalisation Rates in Europe
- D. Reichel
- Political Science
This paper describes and analyses the usefulness of naturalisation rates as an indicator for political incorporation of migrants in Europe. This paper was developed in light of the production of…
Surveying immigrants without sampling frames – evaluating the success of alternative field methods
It can be shown that alternative sampling methods can provide meaningful results in terms of core demographic characteristics although some estimates differ to some extent from the census results.
Measuring irregular migration and population flows – what available data can tell.
The article provides a critical appraisal of available data sources, indicators, estimates and methods to estimate irregular migration flows and analyzes statistics of apprehensions at the EUROPEAN UNION’s external borders in Eastern Europe as indicators of geographical flows -- migration flows in the narrow sense -- arguing that despite the many limitations of the available data, the data can nevertheless be used as indicator of certain trends.
Do Legal Regulations Hinder Naturalisation? Citizenship policies and naturalisation rates in Europe
- D. Reichel
References for a Preliminary Ruling and the Charter of Fundamental Rights: Experiences and Data from 2010 to 2018
Ukrainian Migration: An analysis of migration movements to, through and from Ukraine
Determinants of Intimate Partner Violence in Europe: The Role of Socioeconomic Status, Inequality, and Partner Behavior
- D. Reichel
- EconomicsJournal of interpersonal violence
- 16 May 2017
The results of the article show that, when averaging across the EU Member States, among couples with lower socioeconomic status, there is higher prevalence of violence and a woman who reports having less say about the family income is more likely to experience IPV.
Migration Statistics in Europe: A Core Component of Governance and Population Research
This chapter is about the role of statistics in the shaping of policies regarding migration and migrant integration. In the nineteenth century already states began to feel a need to register their…