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  1. A global network of scholars? The geographical concentration of institutes in migration studies and its implications
  2. Responsiveness of Local Politicians to Immigrants Does Not Vary Systematically by Voting Rights
  3. No sign of increased ethnic discrimination during a crisis: evidence from the Covid-19 pandemic
  4. Shared Nationality in Social Exchange: A Trust Vignette Experiment in the United States, South Africa, and Switzerland
  5. How working from home affected the social networks and satisfaction of migrant populations during COVID-19
  6. Restricting Human Movement During the COVID-19 Pandemic: New Research Avenues in the Study of Mobility, Migration, and Citizenship
  7. Discrimination driven by variation in social and economic conservatism: evidence from a nationwide field experiment
  8. Immigrants are more likely to vote if they can also vote in local elections in the country of origin
  9. Discrimination dropped drastically after footballers showed a controversial gesture
  10. Immigrants consider the political context when deciding where they want to live
  11. Only some migrants have lower health literacy
  12. Around 9% of recent immigrants modified their résumé to counter discrimination
  13. We find discrimination against Blacks in the Swiss labour market
  14. If there is a crisis, we talk differently about immigrants
  15. We can better understand how people make decisions by studying migrants
  16. New data on how human movement was restricted during Covid-19
  17. We look back on 50 years of sociology of migration in Switzerland
  18. The Austrian People’s Party can be seen as an anti-immigrant right party
  19. We present different migration patterns
  20. Can we use a single question on attitudes to immigrants?
  21. South African parties don't talk much about migration in their electoral manifestos
  22. Workers react to the share of foreign workers in their occupation
  23. We examine whether left-wing parties take pro-immigrant positions
  24. Young men are more likely to choose irregular migration
  25. Attitudes to immigrants in South Africa resemble those in Western Europe
  26. We find no evidence of 'defended neighbourhoods'
  27. Why do immigrants vote so little in local elections?
  28. We assess different methods to identify party positions on immigration
  29. Muslims are more politicized when anti-immigrant parties are in parliament
  30. How immigrants are debated in countries with different citizenship traditions
  31. Unemployment risk makes highly educated workers oppose immigration more
  32. Meta-analysis: consistent ethnic discrimination in hiring decisions
  33. Increase the validity of your research by recombining existing indices
  34. When do public preferences and policies on immigration agree?
  35. Who talks about immigration and how?
  36. How immigration and integration policy developed in Switzerland between 1848 and 2014
  37. We can use automatic approaches to coding party manifestos across languages
  38. Different methods to obtain party positions on immigration
  39. A Foreigner Who Doesn’t Steal My Job: The Role of Unemployment Risk and Values in Attitudes towards Foreigners
  40. How to measure political representation at the individual level
  41. Women's representation is associated with attitudes to women as political leaders
  42. Does the share of women in national legislatures relate to the share of ethnic minority groups?
  43. Why are there so few parliamentarians from ethnic minority groups?