We are currently working on a systematic review of research in the field of migration in the Western Balkans. Below you can find the current list of identified publications. If you are aware of any publication on this topic related to the Western Balkans that is missing in the list below, please send us to noruc@cdess.ba. Thank you very much in advance.

  1. Abella, M. I. (2004) “Migration of the Highly Skilled: The Global Dimensions. Migration and Development”, GTZ
  2. Aceska, A. (2016) “Transnational Experts, Rooted Careers. Migrant Professionals from Macedonia in Germany”, in Rutar, Duijzings & Meurs (eds.) “Südosteuropa Journal of Politics and Society”, Institute forEast and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg
  3. , (2005) “Turning the Tide. Albanian Brain Drain.” Tirana
  4. Akkaya, G., & Soland B. (2009) “The impact of the emigration of Albanian migrants on their home region of Tetovo – A Qualitative Exploratory Research Study in the Region of Tetovo, Macedonia.” Luzern University
  5. Akselsen (1999) “Return of refugees and displaced persons to their homes in Croatia and their Descendants into Norwegian Society.” Government of Switzerland
  6. Azzari, C., & Carletto, G., & Davis, B., Zezza, A. (2006) “Choosing to Migrate or Migrating to Choose: Migration and Labour Choice in Albania”, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  7. Babic, D., & Skiljan, F. (2013) “Social Integration of Immigrants from Bosnia and Herzegovina (Bosniaks, Croats) in Croatia”, Government of Switzerland
  8. Bagatelas, W., & Sergi, B. (2004) “SEER: Journal of Labour and Social Affairs in Eastern Europe”, Nomos Verlagsgesellschaft mbH.
  9. Barnes, S., & Nermin, O. (2012) “Reversing Bosnian ‘Brain Drain’: Opportunities and Challenges”, FREN – Foundation for the Advancement of Economics
  10. Black, R., & Jones, L., & Pantiru, C.M., Sabates Wheeler, R., & Skeldon, R., & Vath, Z. (2007) “Understanding Migration as a Driver of Poverty Reduction in Europe and Central Asia”
  11. Boeri, T., & Brucker, H. (2005) “Migration, Co-ordination Failures and EU Enlargement. German Institute for Economic Research, DIW Berlin, Aarhus School of Business, IZA, Bonn
  12. Bonifazi, C., & Conti, C., & Mamolo M. (2006) “Balkan International Migration in the 1990s” Institute of Research on Population and Social Policies CNR
  13. Boswell, C. (2005) “Migration in Europe. Global Commission on International Migration”
  14. Botrić, V. (2015) “Immigrants’ characteristics and the Croatian labour market: an explorative study”, Migracijske i etničke teme, 31(1): 39-63
  15. Botrić, V. (2015) “Relative labour market outcomes of immigrants in Croatia”, Economics and sociology, 8(3) 197-214
  16. Botrić, V. (2016) “Attitudes towards immigrants, immigration policies and labour market outcomes: comparing Croatia with Hungary and Slovenia”, Croatian International Relations Review, 22(76): 5-28
  17. Botrić, V. (2016) “Nezaposlenost i dugotrajna nezaposlenost doseljenih u Hrvatsku”, Migracijske i etničke teme, 32(1): 63-89
  18. Botrić, V. (2015) Relative labour market outcomes of immigrants in Croatia, Economics and sociology, 8(3) 197-214
  19. Botrić, V. (2016) Attitudes towards immigrants, immigration policies and labour market outcomes: comparing Croatia with Hungary and Slovenia, Croatian International Relations Review, 22(76): 5-28
  20. Botrić, V. (2015) Immigrants’ characteristics and the Croatian labour market: an explorative study, Migracijske i etničke teme, 31(1): 39-63
  21. Botrić, V. (2016) Nezaposlenost i dugotrajna nezaposlenost doseljenih u Hrvatsku, Migracijske i etničke teme, 32(1): 63-89
  22. Bozic, A. (2015) “International Mobility and Knowledge Flow: Experiences of Young Experts upon Return to BiH Following Completion of Postgraduate Studies Abroad”, in Valenta and Emirhafizovic (eds) “Migration in the Function of Development”, Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  23. Budnik, K. (2007) “Migration Flows and Labour Market in Poland”, National Bank of Poland
  24. Carletto, C., Davis, B., Stampini, M., Trento, S., Zeza A. (2004) “Internal Mobility and International Migration in Albania”, The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
  25. Chindea, A., & Majkowska Tomkin, M., & Mattila, H, & Pastor, I. (2008) “Migration in Serbia – A Country Profile. International Organisation for Migration Choose: Migration and Labour Choice in Albania“, Agricultural and Development Economics Division
  26. Cipuseva, H., & Havoli, S., & Memaj, F., & Mughal, A., & Qirezi B., & Rizvanolli, A., & Sadiku, L., & Sejdini, A., & Shehaj E. (2013) “Brain Circulation – and the role of Diasporas in the Balkans – Albania, Kosovo, and Macedonia”, South East European University, Tetovo, Macedonia
  27. Colerdige, B. (2013) “From Back Door to Front Door: Forced Migration Toutes through Macedonia to Croatia”, Jesuit Refugee Service Europe
  28. Collyer, Michael and King, Russell (2015) “Producing transnational space: international migration and the extra-territorial reach of state power”, Progress in Human Geography, 39 (2). pp. 185-204. ISSN 0309-1325
  29. De la Garza, R. (2010) “Migration, development and children left behind: a multidimensional perspective”, UNICEF Policy and Practice, May 2010
  30. Dermendzhieva, Z. (2010) “Migration, Remittances, and Labor Supply in Albania”, Poverty and Social Inclusion in the Western Balkans WBalkans 2010
  31. Dietz, B. (2010) “Migration and Remittances in Macedonia: A Review”, Working Papers 281, Institut für Ost- und Südosteuropaforschung (Institute for East and South-East European Studies)
  32. Dimova, R., & Wolff C. (2009) “Remittances and Chain Migration: Longitudinal Evidence from Bosnia and Herzegovina”, IZA
  33. Dobruna, Z., & Ejupi, B., & Hollaj L., (2015) “An overview of migrations of Kosovars into the EU: Migration as a Multifaceted Phenomenon”, Institute for Development Policy
  34. D’Onofrio, L. (2004) “Welcome Home? Minority Return in South – Eastern Republika Srpska”, Sussex Centre for Migration Research
  35. Eastmond, M. (1998) “Nationalist Discourses and the Construction of Difference: Bosnian Muslim Refugees in Sweden”, Oxford Journals
  36. Economic Commission for Europe (2012) “Migration characteristics of Montenegro population in Census 2011”
  37. Eder, C. (2014) “Displacement and education of the next generation: evidence from Bosnia and Herzegovina”, IZA Journal of Labor & Development
  38. Emirhafizovic, M. (2013) “Demographic and Socio-Economic Characteristics of Migrants from Bosnia and Herzegovina in Austria”, Government of Switzerland
  39. Europe and Central Asia Regional Office UN Women (2016) “Gender Assessment of the Refugee and Migration Crisis in Serbia and FYR Macedonia”
  40. European Comission DG Employment Social Affairs and Inclusion (2012) “Social Impact of Emigration and Rural-Urban Migration in Central and Eastern Europe”
  41. Martin, S. (2000) “Forced migration and the evolving humanitarian regime”, Institute for the Study of International Migration
  42. Fargues, P. (2008) “Emerging Demographic Patterns across the Mediterranean and their Implications for Migration through 2030”, Migration Policy Institute
  43. Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development, Germany (2012) “Third Regional Workshop on Migration Policy in the Western Balkans”
  44. Federal Office for Migration, Swiss Confederation (2014)” The Population of Bosnia and Herzegovina in Switzerland”
  45. Filipi, G., & Galanxhi, E., & Nesturi, M. (2013) “Return Migration and Reintegration in Albania”, IOM Development Fund
  46. Findlay, Allan, King, Russell, Stam, Alexandra and Ruiz-Gelices, Enric (2006) Ever-reluctant Europeans: the changing geographies of UK students studying and working abroad. European Urban and Regional Studies”, 13 (4). pp. 291-318. ISSN 0969-7764
  47. Flinterman, F. (2009) “Analysis of Client Data collected by the Migrant Service Centres in the Western Balkans”, International Organisation for Migration
  48. Gallina, A. (2006) “The Impact of International Migration on the Economic Development of Countries in the Mediterranean Basin”, Department of Economic and Social Affairs, United Nations Secretariat
  49. Gashi, A., & Adnett, N. (2015) “The Determinants of Return Migration: Evidence for Kosovo”, Croatian Economic Survey
  50. Gashi, A., & Haxhikadrija, A. (2012) “Social Impact of Emigration and Rural-Urban Migration in Central and Eastern Europe: Kosovo Country Report”, European Commission DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
  51. Gashi, A., & Shabani, A., & Rizvanolli, A. (2013) “Facilitating Diaspora Investments and Savings in Kosovo: Pre-Assessment and Mapping of Various Tested and Innovative Models at Central and Local Level”, UNDP
  52. Gassie, E., & Gedeshi, I. (2010) “Interaction between family network and firm growth in Albania”, GDN/CERGE-EI Paper
  53. Gedeshi, I. (2002) “The Role of Remittances from Albanian Emigrants and their Influence in the Country’s Economy”, Eastern European Economics.
  54. Gedeshi, I. (2006) “Albania From Brain Drain to Brain Gain: Mobilising Albania’s Skilled Diaspora”, UNDP
  55. Gedeshi, I. (2008) “The Relationship between Migration and Socio-Economic Changes in Albania”, Der Donauraum
  56. Gedeshi, I., & Cela, E., & Kamberi, G. (2014) “Roma migration: is it a poverty-coping method?, Quarterly Journal of the European Roma Rights Center”, CITSEE Research Fellow, School of Law, University of Edinburgh
  57. Gedeshi, I., & Jorgoni, E. (2012) “Social Impact of Emigration and Rural-Urban Migration in Central and Eastern Europe. Albania. European Commission DG Employment”, Social Affairs and Inclusion
  58. Gedeshi, I., & Mara H. (2003) “The encouragement of social-economic development in relation to the growth of the role of the remittances”, UNDP & Soros Foundation
  59. Gerard, M., & Gitton, P., & Nacevski, G., & Taheri Sanjani, M. (2014) “Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia”, International Monetary Fund
  60. Germenji, E., & Gedeshi, I. (2008) “Highly Skilled Migration from Albania: An Assessment of Current Trends and the Ways Ahead”, Development Research Centre on Migration, Globalisation and Poverty
  61. Germenji, E., & Swinnen J. (2005) “Human Capital, Market Imperfections, Poverty and Migration: Evidence from Albania”, SSRN Electronic Journal
  62. Ghaffar Mughal A., & Cipusheva H., & Abazi, A. (2008) “Migration, Remittances, and the Standards of Living in The Republic of Macedonia”
  63. Gianelli, C. and Mangiavacchi, L. (2010) “Children’s Schooling and Parental Migration: Empirical Evidence on the “Left Behind” Generation in Albania”, Discussion Paper IZA DP No. 4888
  64. Gillard, S. (2000) “Psychological ‘Conflict Mapping’ in Bosnia &Hercegovina: Case Study, Critique and the Renegotiation of Theory”, Centre for Conflict Resolution
  65. Glamocak, M. (2013) “Nation-State and Diaspora in the Context of Globalization”, Government of Switzerland
  66. Global IDP (2003) Profile Of Internal Displacement: Bosnia And Herzegovina
  67. Global IDP (2004) Profile of Internal Displacement: Croatia
  68. Global IDP (2004) Profile of Internal Displacement: Macedonia
  69. Global IDP (2005) Profile of Internal Displacement: Serbia & Montenegro
  70. Graafland, P. (2012) “Policies and Politics in Diaspora Contribution”, Aalborg University Denmark
  71. Gregurović, M., Kuti, S. and Župarić-Ilić, D. (2016) “Attitudes towards immigrant workers and asylum seekers in eastern Croatia: dimensions, determinants and differences”, Migracijske i etničke teme, 32(1): 91–122
  72. Gregurović, M., Kuti, S. and Župarić-Ilić, D., 2016. Attitudes towards immigrant workers and asylum seekers in eastern Croatia: dimensions, determinants and differences. Migracijske i etničke teme, 32(1): 91–122
  73. Halilovic, H. (2013) “(Re)Construction of Local Identities in BiH Diaspora: Translocal Communities in Australia and the United States of America”, Government of Switzerland
  74. Havoli, S. (2009) “Determinants of Remittances: The Case of Kosovo”, Central Bank of the republik of Kosovo
  75. Haxhikadrija, A. (2009) “Diaspora as a Driving Force for Development in Kosovo: Myth or Reality?” Forum for Democratic Initiatives
  76. Hornstein Tomic, C. (2015) “Skilled Mobility, Diaspora Outreach, Remigration – Policies and Experiences in Croatia”, in Valenta and Emirhafizovic (eds) “Migration in the Function of Development”, Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  77. Horvat, V. (2004) “Brain Drain. Threat to Successful Transition in South East Europe?”, Southeast European Politics
  78. Hota, E. (2009) “Remittances and Poverty in Albania”, Department of Economics at the University of Lund
  79. Ibreljic, I., & Kulenovic, S., & Kadusic, A., & Smajic, S. (2006) “Migration Flows in Bosnia and Herzegovina after 1992”, European Regional Science Association.
  80. ICRC (2005) “The Situation of Internally Displaced Persons in Serbia and Montenegro”
  81. Imamovic, D. (2005) “Consequences of Economic Inequality on Migration of Different Ethnic Population in BiH”, EF/NGO
  82. Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre (2014) “Internal Displacement in Bosnia and Herzegovina”
  83. International Organisation for Migration (2007) “A Study of Migrant-Sending Households in Serbia Receiving Remittances from Switzerland”
  84. International Organisation for Migration (2010) “Towards Developing a Policy on Labour Migration in the Republic of Serbia”
  85. Jakobsen, J., & Strabac, Z. (2015) “Remittances, Institutions and Development in Bosnia and Herzegovina”, in Valenta and Emirhafizovic (eds) “Migration in the Function of Development”, Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  86. Janeska, V. “Labor Market and Labor Migration in the Republic of Macedonia – changes and current situation”
  87. Janeska, V., & Bojnec, S. (2012) “Rural labour market developments in the Republic of Macedonia”, African Journal of Agricultural Research
  88. Jerger, J. & Knogler, M. (2016) “Migration in and out of Southesastern Europe. Values, Networks, Wellbeing”, in Rutar, Duijzings & Meurs (eds.) “Südosteuropa Journal of Politics and Society”, Institute forEast and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg
  89. Kacapor Dzihic, Z., & Oruc, N. (2012) “Social Impact of Emigration and Rural-Urban Migration in Central and Eastern Europe”, European Commission DG Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion
  90. Kaczmarczyk, P., & Okolski, M. (2005) “International Migration in Central and Eastern Europe – Current and Future Trends”, United Nations
  91. Kahanec, M., & Yuksel M. (2010) “Intergenerational Transfer of Human Capital under Post-War Distress: The Displaced and the Roma in the Former Yugoslavia”, IZA
  92. Kaludjerovic, J., & Radojevic, G. (2012) “Impact of Migration on Labour Market and Social Exclusion in Montenegro”, Entrepreneurial Economy
  93. Kett, M., & Dalrymple, M. (2003) “The Continuing ‘Plight’ of Displaced People in Bosnia-Herzegovina”
  94. King, R. and Vullnetari, J. (2010) “Gender and remittances in Albania: or, why ‘Are women better remitters than men?’ is not the right question”, University of Texas San Antonio, USA
  95. King, R., & Vullnetari, J. (2003) “Migration and Development in Albania”, Sussex Centre for Migration Research
  96. King, Russell (2002) “Towards a new map of European migration. International Journal of Population Geography”, 8 (2). pp. 89-106. ISSN 1077-3495
  97. King, Russell (2004) “Albania: interrelationships between population, poverty, development, internal and international migration”, Méditerranée, 103 (3/4). pp. 37-48.
  98. King, Russell (2005) “Albania as a laboratory for the study of migration and development. Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans”, 7 (2). pp. 133-155. ISSN 1461-3190
  99. King, Russell and Mai, Nicola (2002) “Of myths and mirrors: interpretations of Albanian migration”, Studi Emigrazione, 39 (145). pp. 161-199.
  100. King, Russell and Vullnetari, Julie (2015) “Washing men’s feet: gender, care and migration in Albania during and after communism”, Gender, Place and Culture. ISSN 0966-369X
  101. King, Russell, Cela, Eralba, Fokkema, Tineke and Vullnetari(2014) “The migration and well-being of the zero generation: transgenerational care, grandparenting, and loneliness amongst Albanian older people”, Population, Space and Place, 20 (8). pp. 728-738. ISSN 1544-8444
  102. King, Russell, Dalipaj, Mirela and Mai, Nicola (2006) “Gendering migration and remittances: evidence from London and Northern Albania”, Population, Space and Place, 12 (6). pp. 409-434. ISSN 1544-8444
  103. King, Russell, ed. (2001) “The Mediterranean passage: migration and new cultural encounters in Southern Europe”, Liverpool studies in European regional cultures, Liverpool University Press, Liverpool. ISBN 9780853236467
  104. King, Russell, Lazaridis, Gabriella and Tsardanidis, Charalambos, eds. (2000) “Eldorado or fortress? Migration in Southern Europe.” Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9780333747902
  105. King, Russell, Mai, N and Schwander-Sievers, S, eds. (2005) “The New Albanian Migration”, Sussex Academic Press.
  106. Klerk, M., & Karagic, A., & Humulic, A., Alijagic, A. (2011) “Research: Diaspora ‐ Savings based fund for rural entrepreneurs, Bosnia ‐ Herzegovina”, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in Sarajevo
  107. Knezevic, S., & Kulas, A., & Duspara L. (2014) “The Impact of Migration on Croatian Cultural Diversity”
  108. Kondylis, F. (2008) “Conflict displacement and labor market outcomes in post-war Bosnia & Herzegovina”, HICN
  109. Kostic, R. (2013) “Exploring Trends in Transnational Practices of Conflict-Generated Migrants: Bosnians in Sweden and their Activities towards Bosnia and Herzegovina”, Government of Switzerland
  110. Kostic, R. (2013) “Strategies of livelihood in post-war Bosnia and Herzegovina: A study of the economic predicament of returning home”
  111. Kotorri, M., & Rizvanoli, A., & Peci, F., & Kotorri, V., & Citaku, F., & Zherka, P., & Morina, D. (2013) “Migration and its Impact from the Economic Development Perspective of a Home Country: With special reference to Kosovo”, Regional Research Promotion Programme
  112. Kule, D., & Mancellari, A., & Papapanagos, H., & Qirici, S., & Sanfey, P. (2000) “The Causes and Consequences of Albanian Emigration during Transition: Evidence from Micro-data”, Venter for Migration Studies, International Migration Review
  113. Kuntsevych, I. (2016) “Remittances, Spending, and Political Instabilitz in Ukraine”, in Rutar, Duijzings & Meurs (eds.) “Südosteuropa Journal of Politics and Society”, Institute forEast and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg
  114. Kupiszewski, M., & Kicinger, A., & Kupisizewska, D., & Flinterman, F. (2009) “Labour Migration Patterns Policies and Migration Propensity in the Western Balkans. International Organisation for Migration”
  115. Kuti, S., & Gregurovic, S., & Bozic, S. (2013) “Bosniaks in Croatia: Immigration and Transnational Social Spaces”, Government of Switzerland
  116. Likic Brboric, B., & Bennich Bjorkman L. (2013) “Swedish “Exceptionalism” Revisited: The Case of Socio-Economic and Political Integration of Immigrants from Bosnia and Herzegovina in the 1990s”, Government of Switzerland
  117. Behloul, S. (2013) “Religion in the Context of Translocal and Transnational Activities in the Case of Bosniaks in Switzerland”, Government of Switzerland
  118. Carey, C. (1999) “Internal Displacement: Is Prevention Through Accountability Possible? A Kosovo Case Study”, American University Law
  119. Markiewicz, M. (2006) “Migration and Remittances in Macedonia”, Canter for Economic Analyses (CEA), Skopje
  120. Maroukis, T., & Gemi, E. (2011) “Circular Migration Between Albania and Greece: A Case Study”, European University Institute
  121. Martinez, J., & Endo, I., & Barberies, C. (2006) “The Germany-Serbia Remittance Corridor Challenges of Establishing a Formal Money Transfer System”, The World Bank
  122. Mata-Codesal, Diana, King, Russell and Vullnetari, Julie (2011) “Of corridors and dyads: unpacking the family dynamics of remittance transfers to Albania and Ecuador”, Working Paper. Centre for Migration Research, University of Sussex, Brighton.
  123. Mathieu, M., & Lionel, V. (2014) “Conflict displacement and technology adoption: evidence on agricultural households in Bosnia and Herzegovina”
  124. Meznaric, S., & Stubbs, P. (2012) “The Social Impacts of Emigration and Rural-Urban Migration in Croatia: 1991–2011”
  125. Michail, D. & Christou, A. (2016) ”East European Migrant Women in Greece. Intergenerational Cultural Knowledge Transfer and Adaptation in a Context of Crisis”, in Rutar, Duijzings & Meurs (eds.) “Südosteuropa Journal of Politics and Society”, Institute forEast and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg
  126. Miluka, J., & Dabalen, A. (2008) “Exploring the role of Albanian international migration on education”
  127. Ministry for Human Rights and Refugees (2010) “Maximising the Development Impact of Migration-related Financial Flows and Investment from Austria to Bosnia and Herzegovina”
  128. Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees (2005) “Comparative Analysis on Access to Rights of Refugees and Displaced Persons”
  129. Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare (2011) “The Strategy for Durable Solutions of Issues Regarding Displaced and Internally Displaced Persons in Montenegro, With Special Emphasis on the Konik Area”
  130. Ministry of Security of Bosnia and Herzegovina. (2009) “Bosnia and Herzegovina – Migration profile for the year 2009”
  131. Narazani, E. (2009) “Labour Supply, Remittances and the New Flat Tax in Albania”, The wiiw Balkan Observatory
  132. Narazani, E. (2011): “The impact of Migration on Child Health Outcomes in Albania”, mimeo
  133. Nikas, Christos and King, Russell (2005) “Economic growth through remittances: lessons from the Greek experience of the 1960s applicable to the Albanian case”, Journal of Southern Europe and the Balkans, 7 (2). pp. 235-257. ISSN 1461-3190
  134. Nikolovski, Z., & Uzunov, V., & Scharf, M., & Sazdovska, S. (2009) “Development on the Move: Measuring and Optimising the Economic and Social Impacts of Migration in the Republic of Macedonia”, Global Development Network
  135. Olovsson, D. (2007) “Return Migration from Sweden to Bosnia and Herzegovina”, Waxjo University
  136. Oruc, N. & Delalic, S., & Kamenjas, L., & Narazani, E., & Mara, I., & Saka, T. (2013) “Linking Rural Entrepreneurs and Diaspora in Albania and Bosnia-Herzegovina”, Regional Research Promotion Programme
  137. Oruc, N. & Tabakovic, A. (2016) “Motives for Remittances Change During the Financial Crisis in Bosnia and Herzegovina”, in Rutar, Duijzings & Meurs (eds.) “Südosteuropa Journal of Politics and Society”, Institute forEast and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg
  138. Oruc, N. (2007) “Self-Selection in Conflict-Induced Migration: Micro Evidence from Bosnia”, wiiw Balkan Observatory Working Papers
  139. Oruc, N. (2011) “Do Social Transfers “Crowd-Out” Remittances: Evidence from Bosnia”, South East European University, SEEU Rewiev
  140. Oruc, N. (2014) “Urban IDPs and Poverty: Analysis of the Effect of Mass Displacement on Urban Poverty in Bosnia and Herzegovina”, Croatian Economic Survey
  141. Oruc, N., & Alic, A., & Barnes, S. (2011) “To BiH or not to BiH? A report on the return of young Diaspora to the BiH Labour Market”, Youth Employability and Retention Programme
  142. Osmani, U. & Abdiu, B., & Latifi, K., & Bytyci D., & Hyseni Y., & Marzouk, M. (2010) “Kosovo Remittance Study 2010”, UNDP
  143. Pajnik, M. (2013) “What Kind of Integration? Migrant Workers from BiH in Slovenia”, Government of Switzerland
  144. Peric Kaselj, M. (2015) “Is It Enough to Love Your Homeland? The Croats of Bosnian Posavina: Example of the Municipality of Derventa – Between the Desire and in/Ability to Return”, in Valenta and Emirhafizovic (eds) “Migration in the Function of Development”, Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  145. Peterski, M.& Jovankovic, B., & Petreska, D., & Efremov, Lj., & Havolli, S., & Mustafa, A., Oruc, N., & Smajic, S., & Kamenjas, L. (2013) “Remittances and Development in the Western Balkans: The Cases of Macedonia, Kosovo and Bosnia-Herzegovina”, University American College
  146. Petreski, M., & Jovanovic, B. (2014) “Do remittances reduce poverty in Macedonia?”
  147. Petreski, M., & Mojsoska Blazevski, N. (2015) “Youth Self-Employment in Households Receiving Remittances in the Republic of Macedonia”, Journal of Economics and Finance
  148. Pihlainen, D. (2010): “Migrants’ remittances and education: evidence from Albania”, Master thesis, University of Guelph Guelph, Ontario
  149. Plata, P., & Brucker, H., & Siliverstovs, B. (2003) “Potential migration from Central and Eastern Europe into the EU-15”, European Commission
  150. Poprzenovic, A. (2007) “Remittances and Income Inequality in Croatia”, School of Economics and Management Lund University
  151. Porobic, S. (2016) “Bosnian Returnee Voices Communication Experiences of Successful Reintegration. The Social Capital and Sustainable Return Nexus in Bosnia and Herzegovina”, in Rutar, Duijzings & Meurs (eds.) “Südosteuropa Journal of Politics and Society”, Institute forEast and Southeast European Studies, Regensburg
  152. Prather, L., & S. Herron, E. (2007) “Enfranchising Displaced Voters: Lessons from Bosnia-Herzegovina”, Election Law Journal
  153. Predojevic Despic, J., & Pavlov, T., & Milutinovic, S. (2015) “Transnational Entrepreneurs in Serbia: A Resource for Economic Development”, in Valenta and Emirhafizovic (eds) “Migration in the Function of Development”, Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  154. Predojevic Despic, J., & Pavlov, T., & Petronijevic, V. (2013) “Institutional Framework in Support of Migrations: Labour Migrations between Bosnia and Herzegovina and Serbia”, Government of Switzerland
  155. B. Palmer, J. (2014) “Patterns of Settlement Following Forced Migration: The Case of Bosnians in the United States”
  156. Ratha, D., & Cohen, J., Sirkeci, I. (2009) “Effects of the Global Crisis on Migration and Remittances in Albania, in the book Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond”, The World Bank
  157. Reilly, Barry, Litchfield, Julie and Castaldo, Adriana (2007) “Who is Most Likely to Migrate from Albania? Evidence from the Albania Living Standards Measurement Survey”, Eastern European Economics, 45 (5) pp. 69-94. ISSN 0012-8775
  158. Riinvest Institute (2009) ”Diaspora and Migration Policies”
  159. SEE2020 (2015) “Labour Mobility as a Factor of Development in South-East Europe”
  160. Shehaj, E. (2015) “Migration as a Safety Net: Analysis of the Effects of Remittances on Poverty and Inequality in Albania and Bosnia and Herzegovina”, in Valenta and Emirhafizovic (eds) “Migration in the Function of Development”, Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees of Bosnia and Herzegovina
  161. Soph, D. (2002) “Asylum and Illegal Migration in the Republic of Croatia”, UNHCR
  162. Soto, H., & Beddies, S., & Gedeshi, I. (2005) “Roma and Egyptians in Albania: From social exclusion to social inclusion”, The World Bank
  163. Spahic, A. (2013) “Gender Dimension of Migrations: Au Pair Migration from Bosnia and Herzegovina to the United States of America”, Government of Switzerland
  164. Stubbs, P. (2007) “NGO Work with forced migrants in Croatia: Lineages of a global middle class?”, International Peacekeeping
  165. Suh, I. (2015) “The Impact of the Temporary Return of Highly Skilled Migrants from the Western Balkans – The Case of the „Brain Gain Programme “, in Valenta and Emirhafizovic (eds) “Migration in the Function of Development”, Ministry of Human Rights and Refugees of Bosnia and Herzegovina
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