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Migration Studies: Books

eBook Collections

All e-books can be accessed individually via SOLO, or elibraries and direclty through publisher collections via Databases A-Z:

Center for Security Studies (ETHzürich) Digital Library

The library specifically focuses on international relations and security studies and includes approximately 75,000 open source books, chapters, articles, reports, transcripts, etc., which anyone can access, download and use.

EBSCOhost eBook Collection

A collection of over 2,000 purchased books ('Our Collection') as well as over 3000 free e-books. Access to each e-book is limited to one or, more commonly, two simultaneous users, depending on the individual book licence. See deatails on accessing the ebooks on this platform.


Comprehensive access to OECD statistical data, books, journals and working papers.

Oxford Handbooks Online

The collection contains essays with extensive referencing to further reading, offering both introductions to topics in the discipline, and a useful reference resource for scholars and advanced students.

Oxford Scholarship Online

Collections of eBooks from Oxford University Press:
Migration Studies (including Refugee Studies)
Development, Growth, and Environmental

ProQuest Ebook Centralaka EBL (eBook library) and ebrary

Delivers ebooks from scholarly sources, including UPs and other top publishers.


Elsevier's full-text platform, ScienceDirect, offers over a quarter of the world's STM (Science, Technical and Medical) articles integrated with a growing range of authoritative books, including reference works, handbooks and book series. In addition to currrent subscriptions ScienceDirect offers over 250,000 open access articles. View the open access journal directory and publications with open access articles.

T&F eBooks Library

A selected package of eBooks from the publisher. When browsing the site, filter contents to “Full access content only”.



Profiles INGOs (international non-governmental) and IGOs (intergovernmental organizations), contains entries on civil society organizations in 300 countries and territories in every field of human endeavour.


SAGE research methods online (SRMO)

A tool designed to help you create research projects and understand the methods behind them. The site includes access to the "Little Green Book" and "Little Blue Book" series as well as dictionaries, encyclopaedias, handbooks and other material.
Browse hundreds of case studies showing how methods are applied in real research projects.

An online network for the community of researchers engaged in research methods led by NatCen Social Research, SAGE and the Oxford Internet Institute, and funded by the NCRM.