Literature Reviews

You can find all REMINDER literature reviews here. They provide an overview of significant literature published in the area of research.

Monitoring migration within the EU with existing data

This paper provides an overview of the main databases available to understand mobility within the EU. It maps existing data sources and evaluates their usefulness and quality.

Impacts and Particularities of Care Migration Directed towards Long-term Care: Zooming in on Slovakia and Romania

This literature review looks at the home care industry and the provision of such care by migrants in private households.

Determinants of migration flows within the EU

This literature review of work package 3 provides an overview of the existing empirical literature that helps understand the factors and considerations driving mobility within the European Union. First, cross-national studies are considered to grasp the overall picture; second, an in-depth analysis of five focus countries – Germany, the United Kingdom, Sweden, Italy, and Spain […]

Media Effects on Attitudes toward Migration and Mobility in the EU: A Comprehensive Literature Review

Work package 9 provides an overview of how various facets of news representations of EU mobility affect the perception of and attitudes toward EU mobility and related concepts.

Discourses on Intra-EU Mobility and Non-EU Migration in European Media Coverage: A Comprehensive Literature Review

Work package 8 presents an overview of how intra-EU mobility and non-EU migration into Europe are portrayed in media coverage in European countries.

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Now available on our website: paper on the impacts of return migration in Poland, by our colleagues @ICMPD 👉

Over the rest of this year we will be working to make the data used in REMINDER's research available via @TheAUSSDA. Check out the first tranche: conversations about migration and media with 221 journalists in 9 European countries👇@MigObs @COMPAS_oxford @ejcnet


New data published: Results from conversations about mobility and migration with 221 journalists and organisation’s spokespeople in 9 European countries. Background: Data & documentation: @EU_REMINDER @EricKarstens @BarbaraKuznik

@britishfuture @sundersays @apoliticalco Very interesting discussion. Some recently published materials that might be useful for participants include the new OUP book (available free) Bridging the Gaps and this recent stuff from @EU_REMINDER:

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