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Bridging the GapsLinking Research to Public Debates and Policy Making on Migration and Integration$

Martin Ruhs, Kristof Tamas, and Joakim Palme

Print publication date: 2019

Print ISBN-13: 9780198834557

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: April 2019

DOI: 10.1093/oso/9780198834557.001.0001

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(p.255) Index

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Bridging the Gaps
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Oxford University Press

Note: Tables and figures are indicated by an italic t and f following the page number.

academia11, 14–15
EU169–70, 171, 173–8, 181, 185n10
CARIM Observatories193–6, 199, 201–2
external migration policy189, 193–6, 199, 201–2
‘migration crisis’169, 182–3
fragmentation40
Germany12, 112, 119, 120, 122
global governance and international migration223–9, 231–4
informing realities50, 53f, 54–5, 57, 59f, 59
internationalization40
lessons learnt and ways forward246, 248–9
Metropolis Project204–12, 214–19
Netherlands85, 88, 89, 92, 93, 94–5
Norway98, 99–100, 102, 106
populism216, 217–18
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration28
research–policy dialogues on integration34, 40, 44, 46, 47
Swedish committees128, 131–7, 139, 141
trust in54
UK
Migration Advisory Committee72, 76
Migration Observatory78, 79, 80
US155–6
admissionists, US13, 146, 147, 150, 154, 158, 245
Advisory Commission on Minorities Research (ACOM)38
advocacy, research as227–9, 234
Africa-Frontex Intelligence Community (AFIC)175
Ahlbäck Öberg, Shirin135–6
Amnesty International229
Amsterdam, University of92
Ankersmit, Frank90
Armenia198
Asscher, Lodewijk90
attitudes
analytical framework5f, 6–7
Germany121
informing realities51, 52, 54–6, 60n1
lessons learnt and ways forward242
Metropolis Project219n1
Netherlands92
populism216
UK70–1 see also public opinion
Australia214, 230
Austria
elections118, 122
labour market flexibility116
Ministry of the Interior44, 46
National Action Plan for Integration (NAPI)42
People’s Party (ÖVP)42
populism28
research–policy dialogues40, 41t, 42, 44, 45, 46
Social Democrats (SPÖ)42
Azerbaijan202n12
Ballin, Ernst Hirsch88, 89
Bangladesh215
Barrow Cadbury Trust78
Betts, Alexander232, 233–4
Blok, Stef43
Borjas, George151–2, 154–5, 160
Bosnia114
Brexit70, 72, 115
citizen discontent, researching92
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics1, 2
Migration Advisory Committee73, 82n6
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration25, 28
UK immigration target72
Brookings Institute226
Bulgaria70, 116
bureaucratic model, research–policy dialogue37
Bush, George W.154, 156, 157
(p.256) business community244
analytical framework7
Canada210, 220n14
Metropolis Project216, 220n13
US156, 161 see also private sector
Cambodia215
Cameron, David71, 232
Canada
Century Initiative220n14
Citizenship and Immigration Canada (later Immigration, Refugees, and Citizenship Canada)204, 205, 207, 208, 210
emigrants to the US162n3
media52
Metropolis Project15, 204–5, 207, 208–11
points-selection system154
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC)208, 209
Toronto Region Immigrant Employment Council (TRIEC)220n13
Cantle, Ted43
Card, David151–2, 154, 160
CARIM Observatories14–15, 176, 190, 192–202
knowledge production and management196–9
lessons learnt247
research–policy dialogue199–201
translation of existing knowledge194–6
Carleton University, Ottawa205
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace204
Centre for Development Research, Copenhagen202n1
Centre for European Policy Research (CEPR)112
chain migration, US148
China
emigrants to the US147
Metropolis Project215
return migration incentives216
citizenship
‘culturalization’ of87
dual (Netherlands)87, 90
civil society11, 14
analytical framework5f, 6, 7
EU170, 177
external migration policy189
‘migration crisis’169, 182
informing realities50, 56
lessons learnt and ways forward244, 249, 252
Metropolis Project15, 204, 205–6, 209, 211, 212, 217
Netherlands95
research–policy dialogues on integration46
Swedish committees130
UK
Migration Advisory Committee73
Migration Observatory78, 79, 80
CLANDESTINO176
climate change161
Clinton, Hillary158, 161
Cohen, Roberta226–7, 228, 233
Collier, Sir Paul231–2, 234
commissions
Germany116
Norway11, 98–110
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration22
research–policy dialogues on integration42, 43, 46
Sweden130
UK74
US159
ways forward248, 249
committees248
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics2
Metropolis Project209
Norway98–9
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration22
research–policy dialogues on integration36
Sweden12–13, 127–42, 246
US159
Conference Board220n14
Consortium for Applied Research on International Migration Observatories see CARIM Observatories
corporate community see business community
Crisp, Jeff235n4
Croatia70
Cuba151–2
Daily Mail80, 81
Delmi12, 139–40, 141
de los Reyes, Paulina134–5
democracy
political parties, new96n3
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration23, 24, 25, 29, 31
trust in, vs trust in politicians94
demographic changes
Germany112
Metropolis Project214, 215
Norway101, 102, 105
Deng, Francis226–7, 228, 233
Denmark
Academy for Immigration Studies (AMID)44
committees129
(p.257) Ministry of Refugees, Immigration and Integration Affairs42
polity-tradition110n1
populism28
research–policy dialogues41t, 41, 42, 44
Vesselbo report44
DIAMINT project35–6, 39–47
Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund78
diaspora225
discrimination
Metropolis Project214
Norway103
Sweden12, 134–5, 136
diversity immigrant visas, US148
documentation, research as226
Dronkers, Jaap46
dual citizenship (Netherlands)87, 90
Durieux, Jean-Francois227
early warning systems, EU178, 179
Edwards, Alice227
engineering model, research–policy dialogue37, 93
enlightenment model, research–policy dialogue36–7
Euro-Med Migration I192
European Asylum Support Office (EASO)172, 174–5, 179, 180, 189
European Commission
Action Plans on Visa Liberalisation200
CARIM Observatories14, 190, 200
commissioned research173, 174, 175, 183, 184n5
communicating independent research177
Development Cooperation Instrument (DCI)192
Directorate-General
for European Civil Protection and Humanitarian Aid Operations (ECHO)179, 185n15
for Home Affairs (HOME)171, 172, 173, 184n2
for Research and Innovation39, 180, 181, 182, 184n7, 192
external migration policy189, 190–2, 200
Knowledge Centre of Migration and Demography (KCMD)181, 185n17
knowledge-gathering mechanisms175–6, 177
‘migration crisis’172, 180, 181
migration profiles191–2
Prague Process192, 200
Second Report on the Migration Partnership Framework185n16
European Council183
European Court of Auditors175
European Data Protection Supervisor174
European Economic Area (EEA)72, 104
European External Action Service (EEAS)171, 179, 180
European Migrant Smuggling Centre (EMSC)179
European Migration Forum175
European Migration Network (EMN)177, 181, 185n9
European Parliament
CARIM Observatories200
commissioned research173, 174, 183
communicating independent research177
European Policy Centre170
European Social Fund39
European Social Survey184n4
European Training Foundation (ETF)189
European Union13–14, 169–84
Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund39
Brexit see Brexit
CARIM Observatories190, 192–202
commissioned and in-house research173–5, 248
communicating independent research177–8
Conflict Early Warning System (EWS)179
CROSS-MIGRATION181
disconnected policy-making170–2
Dublin Regulation170, 185n14
early warning systems178, 179
Emergency Trust Fund for Africa181
enlargements
200411, 12, 70, 101, 105, 111, 114, 115, 116
200712, 70, 105, 111, 114, 115, 116
201370, 115, 116
Entry–Exit system174
euro115
Eurodac170
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics1, 2
Expert Group on Economic Migration175
external migration policy189–202, 247
Family Reunification Directive174
Framework Programmes39
Global Approach to Migration (and Mobility) (GAMM)184n3, 189, 190–2, 197
Horizon 202039, 181, 184n7, 197, 202n10
Integrated Political Crisis Response (IPCR) system178, 180, 181
Integrated Situational Awareness and Analysis (ISAA) reports178–9, 183
Intelligence Analysis Centre (INTCEN)179
Knowledge Centre on Migration and Demography184n8
knowledge-gathering mechanisms175–7
knowledge utilization40
(p.258) low-skilled employees138
Maastricht Treaty (1992)115
Migration between Africa and Europe (MAFE) project176, 202n11
‘migration crisis’169–70, 178–84, 247
migration patterns/profiles192, 193, 194
Germany112, 113, 114, 115, 116, 117
Norway101, 103, 104, 105, 110n2
UK70, 71, 72, 82n6
research–policy dialogues on integration39, 41t, 42–3, 45
RESOMA181
Strategic Committee on Immigration, Frontiers and Asylum (SCIFA)171
Temper project202n11
and Turkey, deal between230
typology of research and evidence172–3
West African offshore processing and detention facilities230
European University Institute (EUI), CARIM Observatories see CARIM Observatories
Europol172, 179
Eurostat184n4
cross-country comparisons196
EU external migration policy192
Knowledge Centre of Migration and Demography (KCMD)181
Evian Conference225
evidence-based debates and policy9, 13
analytical framework6, 7
EU
external migration policy190, 192, 198, 200
‘migration crisis’169–84
Germany111–12, 114, 116, 119–20, 123, 123n3
global governance and international migration224–5, 229–30
informing realities50, 53–60
lessons learnt and ways forward244–5, 252
Metropolis Project204, 206–9
Netherlands85–6, 93
Norway102, 106, 109
populism218
vs post-truth politics1–3
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration21, 25, 27, 28, 29
research–policy dialogues on integration38, 40, 47
Swedish committees127–42
UK81, 82
Migration Advisory Committee72, 73, 74, 76, 77
Migration Observatory78, 79, 80, 81
Expert Group for Immigration Research (EIFO)38
expert knowledge see knowledge
fact-checkers2
fake news59–60
family unification
EU174
US148, 152, 154
Field, Frank80
Finland28
Fortuyn, Pim44, 93
Fox, Vincente154
France
elections118, 122
media52
populism28
research–policy dialogues37
Frelick, Bill229
Frontex172, 175, 179, 180
EU external migration policy189
supra-national management of migration230
Fundamental Rights Agency175
Geneva Migration Group211
Georgia197
German Federal Railway120
German Institute for Economic Research (DIW)112
Germany12, 111–23, 246
Alternative für Deutschland (Alternative for Germany, AfD)117, 118, 120
Christian and Social Democrats coalition governments116, 117, 123n8
Christian Democratic Union (CDU)117
Christian Social Union (CSU)117
Commission on Integration43
Conservative Party118, 123n10
Council for Migration42
emigrants to the US147
Expert Council for Migration and Integration (SVR)42
Federal Institute for Migration and Refugees (BAMF)42
‘Green Card’12, 112, 116
Green Party118
knowledge utilization40
Left Party118
Liberal Party118
refugees225, 226
repatriation of Europe’s Jews to225
research–policy dialogues40, 41t, 42, 43, 45, 46
Social Democratic Party118, 123n10
unification111, 113
Work Migration Control Act (2008)117
(p.259) Global Commission on International Migration215
Global Forum on Migration and Development211, 215, 220n8
globalization
Germany122
Norwegian welfare state101, 103
Global Migration Group (GMG)211
Gove, Michael2
governance4, 5, 13
global16, 222–35, 247
Metropolis Project205
multi-level248
Norway11, 98, 107
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration31
research–policy dialogues on integration43, 46
Greece, ‘migration crisis’169, 172, 175, 178, 180, 183
guest workers
Germany111, 113, 114
US148–9, 154, 157
Guiding Principles on Internal Displacement226, 227
Harrell-Bond, Barbara228–9
Holborn, Louise226
Human Rights Commission227
Human Rights Watch229
Hume, David219n4
Hungary28, 117
ICF185n9
illegal immigrants149–50, 151, 154, 156–7, 160–1
IMISCOE39
immigration3–5, 8–16, 129, 131–42
analytical framework6–7
EU
external migration policy189–202
institutions200
‘migration crisis’169–84
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics1–2
Germany111–23
and global governance222–35
illegal, US149–50, 151, 154, 156–7, 160–1
irregular198
lessons learnt and ways forward241–53
literature197
Metropolis Project204–19
Netherlands84–95
Norway98–110
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration21–31
research–policy dialogues on integration34–47
research, public opinion, and media reports50–60
UK69–82
India
CARIM Observatory190, 193, 202n8
emigrants to the US147
emigrants to the UK70
return migration incentives216
Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA)112
instrumental knowledge8
analytical framework7
lessons learnt and ways forward244–5, 247, 248, 250
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration22, 23, 27, 30
research–policy dialogues on integration34, 38, 40, 41t, 44, 46
Swedish committees129
integration3–5, 8–16
analytical framework6–7
EU ‘migration crisis’176, 183, 184n5
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics1–2
Germany111–15, 121–2
lessons learnt and ways forward241–53
Metropolis Project204, 206, 208–11, 212–18
Netherlands84–7, 89–90, 93, 95
Norway102, 104–5, 107–9
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration21, 25, 27, 30
research–policy dialogues34–47
research, public opinion, and media reports50–60
Swedish committees129, 131–6, 141–2
US148, 158–60, 162n1
internally displaced people/persons (IDPs)
CARIM Observatories197, 199
policy reform226–8
International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD)174, 189
internationalization see globalization
International Labour Organization (ILO)174
International Metropolis Project204–5, 211–16
challenges214–16
Global South213
lessons learnt247–8
populism217, 218
International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion in Europe (IMISCOE)176
International Organization for Migration (IOM)
admission to UN as a ‘related agency’230–1
benefits of migration217
(p.260) development and migration, relationship between220n8
Displacement Tracking Matrix180
EU172, 174, 175
external migration policy189, 197, 201
‘migration crisis’179
global governance and international migration224, 230–1
Migrants and Cities conference (Geneva, 2015)219n3, 220n12
World Migration Report (2015)219n3
International Rescue Committee (IRC)172, 232
Iran159
Iraq159
Ireland
emigrants to the US147
EU enlargement70, 116
Italy
asylum seekers survey197
CARIM Observatories200
Commission on the Integration of Migrants41
elections118, 122
‘migration crisis’172, 175, 178, 185n20
POLITICALLY.EU debate on ‘Europe and Migration Policies’200
research–policy dialogues41t, 41, 43, 44, 45, 46
Japan215
Jewish migration225, 235n3
Jonsson, Stefan136
Jordan223, 232
Kalin, Walter227
Kamali, Masoud134–5, 136
Kampala Convention on Internally Displaced People226, 227
Kennedy, Edward148
knowledge8–9, 11, 14
analytical framework6, 7
EU172, 175–7, 178
external migration policy189–202
‘migration crisis’179, 181, 182, 184
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics2
Germany112, 113, 119
global governance and international migration225, 231
informing realities52, 55, 57
lessons learnt and ways forward241–3, 245, 248–9
Netherlands86, 94–5
Norwegian Official Commissions100, 102–4
political uses of23–7
production35–6, 36f, 38–9, 44–5, 46
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration21–31
research–policy dialogues on integration34, 35–40, 41t, 42–7
Swedish committees128–31, 133–4, 136–7, 139, 140–1
utilization35–6, 36f, 37–8, 40, 41t, 44, 46
Knowledge Centre of Migration and Demography (KCMD)181, 185n17
Koopmans, Ruud89–90
Labour Force Survey184n4
language issues
CARIM Observatories194–5, 196, 199, 200
Germany121
League of Nations225
Lebanon198, 223
legitimacy8, 9, 13, 16
global governance and international migration222, 226, 247
Netherlands, WRR90
Norway
Official Commissions99, 103, 104, 108, 109
welfare state102, 103, 104, 107, 108
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration22–3, 24, 26–7, 29, 31
Swedish committees135, 137, 141, 142
legitimation, modes of23, 26–7, 31
legitimizing knowledge9, 16
EU ‘migration crisis’175
global governance and international migration222, 225, 226, 229
informing realities57
lessons learnt and ways forward244, 245, 250
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration22–3, 30
research–policy dialogues on integration38, 40, 41t, 42, 43, 44, 46
Swedish committees129, 137, 139, 142
Libya
CARIM-East198
EU ‘migration crisis’169, 185n15
US entry ban159
Maastricht Treaty (1992)115
Malaysia230
Mali185n15
Máxima, Crown Princess84, 88, 91
Máxima Report10, 11, 84–95, 246
May, Theresa72
Mayoral Forum on Migration and Development211
McKinsey & Company183, 220n14
media5, 9, 10
(p.261) agenda-setting effects52
analytical framework5f, 6, 7
EU170, 178
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics1, 2
Germany12, 116, 117, 118, 119, 123
informing realities50–60
lessons learnt and ways forward241–4, 246–53
Metropolis Project214
multidirectional model of impact58–9, 59f
naive model of impact52–5, 53f
Netherlands85, 88, 93, 94, 95
Norway103, 108
and perceptions, mutual influence between56–7
populism216–18
priming effects52
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration21, 23, 28
research–policy dialogues on integration46, 47
Swedish committees131, 135, 136
UK78, 79, 80, 81, 82
US162 see also social media
MEDMIG185n20
Merkel, Angela116, 117, 118
methodological nationalism39
Metropolis Asia213
Metropolis Project15, 204–19
challenges214–16
Global South213
lessons learnt247–8
populism217, 218
Mexico
emigrants to the US114, 147, 150, 151, 154, 156, 162, 215
Bracero programme148–9, 155
Mexican Migration Project (MMP)160
Trump157, 158–9
return migration incentives216
UN Convention on the rights of migrant workers215
Migrant Integration Policy Index (MIPEX)43
migration3–5, 8–16, 129, 131–42
analytical framework6–7
EU
external migration policy189–202
institutions200
‘migration crisis’169–84
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics1–2
Germany111–23
and global governance222–35
lessons learnt and ways forward241–53
Metropolis Project204–19
Netherlands84–95
Norway98–110
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of21–31
research–policy dialogues on integration34–47
research, public opinion, and media reports50–60
UK69–82
Migration Advisory Committee (MAC)10, 69, 72–7, 81–2
aims and rationale72–3
approach and strategies73–4
impacts and experiences74–7
Migration between Africa and Europe (MAFE)176
Migration Observatory (MigObs)10, 69, 78–82
aims and rationale78
approach and strategies78–80
impacts and experiences80–1
Migration Policy Centre189
Migration Policy Institute Europe (MPI Europe)170, 175
Miliband, David232
Moldova200
Morocco200
motivated reasoning/scepticism56, 57, 58
multiculturalism24
Netherlands44, 86–7, 88, 89
Sweden134
Myanmar215
national identity (Netherlands)86–7, 88, 90, 91, 92, 93, 95
Netherlands
Democrats’66 89
elections118
Labour Party89, 90
LPF party93
media52
Ministry of General Affairs85
Oranjevereniging (Association of Royalists)88
People’s Party for Freedom and Democracy (VVD)89, 93
populism28
PVV party93
research–policy dialogues37, 38, 41t, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46
Social and Cultural Planning Office (SCP)41, 42
Socialist Party88
Statistics Netherlands85–6, 90, 95
Temporary Parliamentary Investigative Commission on Integration Policy43
Wetenschappelijke Raad voor het Regeringsbeleid (Scientific Council for Government Policy, WRR)10, 11, 84–95
(p.262) Allochtonenbeleid (Immigrant Policy)86, 90
Identificatie met Nederland (Identification with the Netherlands, ‘Máxima Report’10, 11, 84–95, 246
lessons learnt246
Nederland als immigratiesamenleving (The Netherlands as an Immigration Society)86
and Sweden’s ESO139
Netherlands Bureau for Economic Policy Analysis85
Netherlands Institute for Social Research85, 90, 95
Netherlands Statistics (CBS)41
New Zealand52, 214
Niger185n15, 185n16
non-governmental organizations (NGOs)
EU172, 175
‘migration crisis’169, 178, 181, 185n20
internally displaced people228
Norway103
research–policy dialogues on integration42, 46, 47
Sweden137–9
UK75
Norway11–12
Center Party110n3
committees129
Conservative–Right coalition government106
Government Pension Fund of Norway (formerly Government Petroleum Fund)107
Labour Party110n3
Official Commissions (Norges offentlige utredninger, NOU)11–12, 98–110, 246
Progress Party101, 106, 109
Socialist Left Party103, 110n3
welfare state, sustainability of98–110
Obama, Barack156
Orback, Jens136
Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)
cross-country comparisons196
EU ‘migration crisis’174, 175
Global Commission on International Migration215
International Migration Outlook reports196
Knowledge Centre of Migration and Demography (KCMD)181
Metropolis Project204, 212, 213, 215
migration profiles191
social science research funding208
UN Convention on the rights of migrant workers215
Ottoman Empire, demise225
Oxford University
Expert Group on Economic Migration175
Migration Observatory69, 78, 79, 80
Pakistan215
Palestine198, 225, 235n3
Pechtold, Alexander89
Pegida movement120
Peri, Giovanni160
Petersson, Olof135
Philippines147, 215
Poland
CARIM Observatories200
emigrants to the UK70, 116
research–policy dialogues41t, 42
polarized debates/environments
informing realities50, 56–7
lessons learnt and ways forward244, 252
Norway11, 106, 107
populism216
UK78, 79, 80–1
US147
policy-makers8–11, 14–16
analytical framework6–7
EU171, 173, 175–7
CARIM Observatories194–5, 198–201
external migration policy189–90, 194–5, 198–201
‘migration crisis’169–70, 178–84
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics2
Germany116, 118, 119–22
global governance and international migration223–7, 229–30, 233–5
informing realities51, 57
lessons learnt and ways forward243–6, 248–53
Metropolis Project207, 212, 218–19
Netherlands85–6, 95
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration23, 26, 27
research–policy dialogues on integration34, 35, 37, 40, 42, 46, 47
UK78, 79, 82 see also policy-making
policy-making3–5, 8, 10–16
analytical framework5f, 6–7
EU170–3, 178
CARIM Observatories195
‘migration crisis’180, 182–4
evidence-based, vs post-truth politics1–3
global governance and international migration223, 225
informing realities59
(p.263) lessons learnt and ways forward241–53
Metropolis Project207, 214, 218–19
Netherlands85–6, 87, 92–3, 95
Norway98–100, 104, 109
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration21–31
research–policy dialogues on integration35, 36–8, 40, 42, 44, 46–7
Sweden127–32, 134, 140–2
UK69, 74, 78, 81–2
political contestation23–4, 25, 26, 28, 29, 31
political salience184, 242
public opinion244
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration23, 24, 26, 28, 31
UK71
politicization8–9
analytical framework7
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics3
global governance and international migration224
lessons learnt and ways forward242, 244–7, 252
Netherlands92–3
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration22, 25, 28
research–policy dialogues on integration34–47
Swedish committees12, 127, 129–39
trust in research57
populism
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics1, 2
Germany115, 117
global governance and international migration233
Metropolis Project205, 217
Netherlands91
Norway109
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration21, 28–30, 31
research–policy dialogues on integration44, 47
rise of216–18
Portes, Alejandro160
post-truth1–3, 47, 216–19
Prague Process192, 200
private sector
commissioned research183
EU177, 183
global governance and international migration223
Metropolis Project216
Swedish committees12, 130, 141
think tanks220n14
UK75
US159
ways forward249 see also business community
public opinion9, 10
analytical framework6–7
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics1
informing realities52–4, 56–7
lessons learnt and ways forward241, 244
Netherlands85, 91–4
UK70–1 see also attitudes
refoulement229
Refugee Convention (1951)247
Refugee Studies Centre, Oxford228
research3–4, 8–16
as advocacy227–9, 234
analytical framework5f, 6–7
as documentation and legitimation226
as echo231–3
EU
external migration policy189–202
‘migration crisis’169–70, 172–84
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics2, 3
‘experts’ and the politics of migration21–31
Germany112, 114, 116
global governance and international migration222–35
historical case studies225–9
inaction, influence, integrity233–4
influence of public debates on57
informing realities50–60
lessons learnt and ways forward241–53
Metropolis Project204–19
multidirectional model of impact58–9, 59f
naive model of impact52–5, 53f
Netherlands91, 93–5
Norway98–107, 109
and policy reform226–8
as substitute for action225–6
Swedish committees127–42
technical reform230–1
today229–34
UK82
Migration Advisory Committee72–7
Migration Observatory78–81
research–policy dialogue3–5, 8–9, 15
advocacy vs learning models128, 130, 133–4, 137, 139, 140, 141
(p.264) analytical framework6–7
conceptualizing35–9, 36f
de-institutionalization39, 40–2, 41t, 45
EU170, 172–7, 182–4
CARIM Observatories190, 199–201
external migration policy190, 199–201
‘migration crisis’180–2
Germany114
global governance and international migration223, 224, 233
learning model of250
lessons learnt and ways forward241–53
Metropolis Project204–19
Norway98, 109
politicization, impact of34–47
re-institutionalization41, 42
structures35–7, 36f, 40–3, 45
UK78, 81–2
restrictionists, US13, 146, 147, 150, 154, 156, 158, 245
return migration incentives216
Romania70, 116
Rothstein, Bo135
Russia198, 225
Sahlin, Mona135–6
Scheffer, Paul46, 86–7, 88
Schengen visa liberalization200
Scholz, Olaf117
School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS)181
Schröder, Gerhard12, 112, 116
Science–Society Dialogues on Migration and Integration in Europe see DIAMINT project
settlement, modes of23, 24–6, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
Simpson, Sir John Hope225–6, 235n3
social media
EU178
Germany119, 123
informing realities51, 52, 56
Netherlands93
Norway103
populism216–17, 218
social science3, 10–11
analytical framework7
Canada208, 209
Metropolis Project204, 208, 209, 210, 216
Netherlands95
Norway99, 100
populism217–18
research–policy dialogues on integration34, 39, 44
societal impact243
Sweden132
US146, 148, 156–7, 160
Somalia159, 234
South Korea52, 215
Stockholm University, Centre132
Stoltenberg, Jens102
Stuart, Gisela2
student migrants, UK71, 75
substantiating knowledge8, 9
lessons learnt and ways forward245, 250
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration22, 23, 24, 25, 30
research–policy dialogues on integration38, 40, 41t, 43, 44, 46
Swedish committees129, 137
Sudan159
Süssmuth, Rita43
sustainability
of CARIM Migration Observatories193, 194, 201
Global Approach to Migration and Mobility190
of Norwegian welfare state11, 98–110
of policies118
sustainable development224, 250
Sustainable Development Goals224, 250
Sutherland, Sir Peter219n3, 222, 223, 231
Sutherland Report219n3, 231
Sweden12–13
Administrative Policy Commission (Förvaltninspolitiska kommissionen)131
Ceifo (Centre for Research in International Migration and Ethnic Relations)132, 133
Centre for Business and Policy Studies (SNS)138
committees127–42, 246
Confederation of Swedish Enterprise138
Control Commission (Styrutredningen)131
Deifo (Delegation of Immigration Research)132, 133
Delegation for Social Research132
Eifo (Expert Group on Immigration Research)132, 133
EU enlargement (2004)70
Expert Group for Aid Studies (EBA)139–40
Expert Group on Public Economics (ESO)139–40
Integration Policy Power Commission12, 134–5, 142
International Migration and Ethnic Relations (IMER) research professorship132
Labour Policy Council (AER)138
Migration Agency178
Migration Studies Delegation (Delmi)12, 139–40, 141
National Audit Office130
(p.265) polity-tradition110n1
populism28
Power, Integration and Structural Discrimination committee135
research–policy dialogues38, 44
Swing, Bill230
symbolic knowledge9, 244–5
analytical framework7
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration22, 23, 26–7, 31
research–policy dialogues on integration34, 38, 40, 41t, 43–4, 46
Swedish committees129, 134, 136, 137, 139, 141
Syria159, 169, 232
talent, global competition for216
technocracy
Netherlands92
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration21, 23, 24–5, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31
research–policy dialogues37, 41
Telegraaf, De88
Thailand215
transnationalism214
Trump, Donald
citizen discontent, researching92
evidence-based policy-making vs post-truth politics1, 2–3
migration policy156, 157–60, 161
post-truths3, 47, 60
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration28
Turk, Volker227
Turkey
CARIM Observatories198
emigrants to Germany114, 115
EU ‘migration crisis’169, 230
Ukraine200, 201
Unbound Philanthropy78
United Kingdom69–82
academia, public opinion on54
Brexit see Brexit
Community Cohesion Review Team43
Conservative governments (2015–)72, 74, 75
Conservative–Liberal Democrat Coalition government (2010–2015)71, 74, 75
Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC)78
emigrants to the US147
EU enlargements70, 71, 115, 116
Home Office72, 77
‘independent experts’ and immigration policies69–82
informing realities51, 54, 55, 57
Institute for Public Policy Research80
knowledge utilization40
Labour government (2007–10)71, 72, 74, 75
media51, 55
fake news60
Migration Advisory Committee (MAC)10, 69, 72–7, 81–2
Migration Impacts Forum (MIF)76
Migration Observatory (MigObs)10, 69, 78–82
Migration Watch80
Office for National Statistics57
Office of the Commissioner for Public Appointments72
Research Excellence Framework (REF)78
research–policy dialogues41t, 43, 44, 45, 46
United Nations (UN)
benefits of migration217
Convention on the rights of migrant workers215
Department of Economic and Social Affairs (UNDESA), Knowledge Centre of Migration and Demography (KCMD)181
Development Programme (UNDP), Joint Migration and Development Initiative220n8
EU external migration policy201
General Assembly (UNGA)211
IOM as a permanent observer230
New York Declaration for Refugees and Migrants223, 231
Habitat 3 report219n3
High Commission for Refugees (UNHCR)172
critiques228, 232
EU ‘migration crisis’178, 179, 180
global governance and international migration224
Holborn, Louise226
senior position holders227, 235n4
High Level Dialogue on Migration and Development220n8
IOM’s admission as a ‘related agency’230–1
Special Rapporteur on Internal Displacement226, 227
United States13, 146–62
academia, public opinion on54
American Immigration Lawyers Association158
Bi-National Commission on Mexico–US Migration13, 146
Bracero programme148–9, 155
Center for Immigration Studies158
Commission on Immigration Reform153
Cuban immigrants151–2
(p.266) Department of Homeland Security (DHS)156, 158, 159, 162n7
H-1B programme155–6
immigration, period of greatest114
Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA, 1986)150
informing realities51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 57
lessons learnt245
March for Science57
media51, 52
fake news60
Mexican immigrants114, 147, 150, 151, 154, 156, 162, 215
Bracero programme148–9, 155
Mexican Migration Project (MMP)160
Trump157, 158–9
Migration Policy Institute158, 162n7
National Academies13, 146, 150, 153, 157–8
optional practical training (OPT)156
Priority Enforcement Program162n7
research, ‘experts’, and the politics of migration28
September 11 terrorist attacks86, 112, 116, 154
Trump see Trump, Donald
United Farm Workers149
universities see academia
University of Amsterdam92
University of Carleton, Ottawa205
University of Oxford
Expert Group on Economic Migration175
Migration Observatory69, 78, 79, 80
University of Stockholm132
urbanization215
van de Donk, Wim90
Verdonk, Rita88
Vietnam52
Vogelaar, Ella89
welfare state
Germany116, 120, 122
Norway98–110
US152, 153, 154, 158
Westholm, Anders134–5, 136
Wilders, Geert44, 88, 89, 91, 93
Wilson, Pete152
Yemen159
Yunusov, Arif202n12
Zijlstra, Halbe89
Zonnevylle, Michiel88