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Migration Studies: Working Papers & Reports

WPs+DPs on ORA

Contains electronic versions of research publications and other research output produced by members of the University of Oxford. 

Content includes copies of journal articles, conference papers, working papers, theses, reports and other types of scholarly research publications. The full text of many of these items is freely available. 

Can be accessed either directly on ORA or via SOLO.

Members of the University of Oxford may deposit items in ORA.

Oxford Working Papers

An international research project investigating the changing nature of childhood poverty - tracking the changing lives of 12,000 children in Ethiopia, India, Peru, and Vietnam over a 15-year period.
Current research in international migration. The series aims: to analyse migration as part of broader global change; contribute to new theoretical approaches; and advance understanding of the multi-level forces driving migration.

COMPAS Working Papers

The working papers series designed to communicate work in progress and to disseminate key findings in areas related to the core research themes of COMPAS: ;Flows and Dynamics -- Labour Markets -- Citizenship and Belonging -- Urban Change and Settlement -- Welfare -- European research


RSC Working Papers

Finding Working Papers

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The most comprehensive source for theory and research in international affairs includes working papers from university research institutes, occasional papers series from NGOs, foundation-funded research projects, proceedings from conferences, books, journals and policy briefs.

Services like RePEc and SSRN allow for a more controlled searching of working paper series and author pages.

Google scholar

Recent working papers after are very easy to find via Google and Googlescholar, although you may find it difficult to determine which is the most recent version depending on how you access them.

Online Services

Provides instant access to a variety of online resources dealing with the situation of forced migrants worldwide.

It aims to give comprehensive information on human displacement issues to an international community of users.

We have prepared an introductory guide to forced migration for visitors who are new to the subject.

Oxfam papers

See online catalogues covering Communications, Campaigns, and Programme Policy and Management.. Items should be requested for consultation in the Weston Library.

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