Peer Reviewers

  • Jasna Ćapo

    is Senior Research Fellow at the Institute of Ethnology and Folklore Research in Zagreb and adjunct professor at the University of Zagreb, Croatia.

    • Research interests:Current research interests are in the field of anthropology of migration, especially forced and labor migration, and the politics of identity construction in Diaspora settings.
  • Elizabeth Collett

    is Director of Migration Policy Institute-Europe and Senior Advisor to the Transatlantic Council on Migration.

    • Research interests:European migration and immigrant integration policy.
  • Constantinos Fotakis

    is former Advisor for employment and social analysis issues in Directorate General of Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion of the European Commission.

    • Research interests:Economics, employment and social policy issues; the analysis of the social situation in the European Union, on the implications of demographic trends in the labour market and on issues related to migration trends and policies.
  • Caroline Hornstein Tomić

    is Senior Research Associate at Ivo Pilar Institute of Social Sciences in Zagreb and Professor at Zagreb University.

    • Research interests:anthropology of power; migration; minority, gender and identity in transformation societies, interethnic relations, migration/remigration and braindrain/gain policies in SOE.
  • Martin Kohli

    is former Professor of Sociology at the European University Institute, Florence. He is a member both of the Berlin-Brandenburg and the Austrian Academy of Sciences, and from 1997-99 was President of the European Sociological Association (ESA).

    • Research interests:the sociology of life course, with a focus on generations and aging, on family, labour markets and social policy, and on the emergence of a European society.
  • Khalid Koser

    is Academic Dean and Head of the New Issues in Security Programme, Geneva Centre for Security Policy, 2008-present

    • Research interests:international migration.
  • Olga Kupets

    is Associate Professor, Department of Economics, National University of “Kyiv-Mohyla Academy”

    • Research interests:International and internal labour migration; population ageing and its consequences; youth and long-term unemployment; informal employment; gender equality in the labour market; job flows and productivity gains; education, skills and their employability; employment, education and social policy analysis; transition economics
  • Rainer Münz

    is Head of Research and Knowledge Cente, Erste Group Bank AG and former Member of the European Union "Group of the Wise" Senior Fellow AG, Hamburg Institute of International EconomicsMember of the European Union “Group of the Wise” Senior Fellow, Hamburg Institute of International Economics

    • Research interests:population change, international migration, demographic aging and their economic impacts and implications for social security.
  • Milica Petrović

    is a Research Assistant at Migration Policy Institute, where she works for the Transatlantic Council on Migration from MPI’s Brussels office,

    • Research interests:migration, integration, and economics.
  • Christoph Reinprecht

    is professor of sociology and head of the research platform “Migration and Integration Research” at the University of Vienna, Austria.

    • Research interests:migration and integration processes, urban sociology, social inequality, and political sociology; Mixed-methods based research activities on national and international levels.
  • Ulf Rinne

    is Senior Research Associate and Personal Advisor to the Director at the Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in Bonn, Germany.

    • Research interests:Various fields of empirical labor economics, including the evaluation of labor market policies, topics in migration and immigrants’ assimilation, education and human capital investments, and discrimination.
  • Dieter Segert

    is Professor at the University of Vienna, Faculty for Social Sciences, Institute for Political Science, Vienna.

    • Research interests:processes of democratization in Eastern Europe, legacies of state-socialisms within different sub-regions of Eastern Europe (and in East Germany); development of parties and party systems; especially populist party politics and communist successor parties in the region.
  • Alessandra Venturini

    is Professor of Political Economy at the University of Turin and Member of the Migration Policy Center (MPC) at the EUI.

    • Research interests:labour economics, with a focus on the effects of migration and on foreigners’ assimilation in the destination country, the effect of remittances and high skilled migration in sending countries and circular and irregular migration.