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Role of European Mobility and its Impacts in Narratives, Debates and EU Reforms

Leistungen

WP12 - Policy brief: Legislative frameworks and transposition

legislative frameworks and transposition

WP 6 - Working paper: the impact of migration on health and education analysis in the country of origin

health and education analysis

WP9 - Working paper: Geographic differences in mobility welfare impact perceptions and mobility attitudes

geographic differences in mobility welfare impact perceptions and mobility attitudes (to be submitted to Public Opinion Quarterly)

WP8 - Report: Summary of the entire WP

main report with summary of the entire WP

WP5 - Policy brief: Impact of migration on labour markets and on the demand for public services in southern Europe

findings for Southern Europe

WP12 - Policy brief: Policy implications of the WP

policy implications of the WP findings

WP2 - Main report: Relevant data ot understand migration in the EU

covering the background, data, analysis and recommendations of the research and published at the end of the project

WP12 - Policy brief: Future migration policy reform and development

future policy reform and development

WP3 - Policy brief: Drivers of migration in the EU qualitative and quantitative results

results of both qualitative and quantitative analysis

WP7 - Working paper: Indicators for the measurement of social norms in the EU

conceptualising and discussing indicators for the measurement of social norms and how various social norms are related to welfare state and labour market institutions

WP7 - Working paper: Policy options for reducing the identified tensions between different national institutions and common EU regulations of free movement

discussing policy options for reducing the identified tensions between different national institutions and common EU regulations of free movement, including dissemination activities

WP5 - Working paper: Impact of migration on the demand for public services in northern Europe

the impact of migration on the demand for public services in Northern Europe. Targeted towards top journals in economics

WP7 - Working paper: The determinants of the domestic politics of free movement in selected EU member states

discussing the determinants of the domestic politics of free movement in selected EU member states, with a focus on the role of institutional variations and the role of political elite actors

WP10 - Working paper: Comparisons of public perceptions and realties of EU mobility welfare impacts

comparisons of public perceptions and realties of EU mobility welfare impacts (to be submitted to the Journal Ethnic and Migration Studies)

WP-6 Literature review on the impacts of migration on sending countries

findings from the preliminary scoping study, literature review and statistical analysis

WP3 - Working paper: Quantitative evidence on the determinants of migration in the EU

with results from the quantitative analysis. Targeted towards top journals in population studies

WP2 - Working paper: patterns of migration in the EU

on patterns of migration in the EU

WP11 - Report for EU-15

The deliverable about Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden, and the UK will present the findings from the media related surveys in summary as well as in country-by-country sections and provide the processed raw information in annexes (such as transcriptions of participant statements).

WP6 - Policy brief: Social and economic impacts of emigration and associated mobility on source countries

with nontechnical summary of key findings aimed at a policy audience

WP7 - Working paper: Variations in welfare states, labour markets and social norms across EU member states

empirical analysis of variations in welfare states, labour markets and social norms across EU member states

WP8 - Working paper: Computer assisted text analysis across languages

on computer assisted text analysis across languages

WP11 - Overall report: Summary of all results from the WP

cross-country media practices and mobility (with UOXF & BBS)

WP9 - Working paper: Welfare discourse impacts

Welfare discourse impacts (Communication Research)

WP5 - Working paper: The labour impact of migration in southern Europe

findings related to labour market activities in Southern Europe. Targeted towards top journals in economics

WP8 - Working paper: Migration discourse across countries and time

migration discourse across countries and time (to be submitted to Journal of Communication, Mass Communication & Society or European Union Politics)

WP5 - Policy brief: Impact of migration on labour markets and on the demand for public services in northern Europe

findings for Northern Europe

WP10 - Working paper: Individual factors (political sophistication) causing alignment of perceptions and realities

individual factors (political sophistication) causing alignment of perceptions and realities (to be submitted to the International Journal of Public Opinion Research)

WP6 - Working paper: Impacts of return migration

return migration analysis

WP2 - Policy brief: Patterns of migration in the EU

patterns of migration in the EU

WP10 - Report: Intra-EU vs. non-EU welfare impact perceptions across countries and time

intra-EU vs. non-EU welfare impact perceptions across countries and time

WP10 - Report: Summary of the entire WP

main report with summary of the entire WP

WP3 - Policy brief: Determinants of migration in the EU

results of quantitative analysis

WP6 - Main report: Social and economic impacts of emigration and associated mobility on source countries

social and economic impacts of emigration and associated mobility on source countries

WP10 - Working paper: Individual and contextual factors and their interplay affecting EU welfare impact perceptions

individual and contextual factors and their interplay affecting EU welfare impact perceptions (to be submitted to Public Opinion Quarterly)

WP11 - Report for New Member States

The deliverable about Poland, Hungary, and Romania will present the findings from the media related surveys in summary as well as in country-by-country sections and provide the processed raw information in annexes (such as transcriptions of participant statements).

WP3 - Main report: Migration data and the drivers of migration to the EU

It will cover the background, data, analysis and recommendations of the research and published at the end of the project

WP9 - literature review

Comprehensive literature review on communication effects in the area of migration and mobility

WP9 - Report: Summary of the entire WP

main report with summary of the entire WP (with UGOT & JGUM)

WP10 - Report: Contextual influences on EU mobility welfare perceptions

contextual influences on EU mobility welfare perceptions.

WP8 - Report: Recommendations for practitioners

with recommendations for practitioners based on consortium discussions (with URJC)

WP5 - Working paper: The labour impact of migration in northern Europe

findings related to labour market activities in Northern Europe. Targeted towards top journals in economics

WP 4 - Policy brief: The fiscal impact of migration in the EU

with a summary of the evidence from the WP presented in an accessible way for policymakers

WP8 - Working paper: Comparing discourse with reality

comparing discourse with reality (to be submitted to Journal of Communication, Mass Communication & Society or European Union Politics)

WP7 - Working paper: Theoretical framework for the analysis of the interactions and potential tensions between national institutions and free movement

proposing a theoretical framework for the analysis of the interactions and potential tensions between national institutions and free movement

WP9 - Working paper:Working paper: Recipient characteristics moderating welfare impact discourse effects

Recipient characteristics moderating welfare impact discourse effects (to be submitted to the European Journal for Political Research)

WP8 - literature review

comprehensive literature review

WP8 - Working paper: Evidence and language use on migration

evidence and language use (e.g. Journal of Communication, Mass Communication & Society, European Union Politics)

WP2 - Preliminary report: relevant datasets to understand migration in the EU

report covering background and discussing the relevant datasets to understand migration in the EU

WP11 - Summary report with policy implications

Summary policy implications report

WP 4 - Working paper: Simulations of the fiscal impact of migration

based on an integrated analysis of broad comparisons and case studies as well as simulations

WP8 - Report: Media and migration

results of media analysis for stakeholders (with URJC)

WP2 - Policy brief: Monitoring and mapping migration with existing data

on challenges related to monitoring and mapping migration with existing data

WP6 - Working paper: Border regions analysis of migration

border regions analysis

WP9 - Working paper: Survey experiment results

survey experiment results (to be submitted to Political Communication)

WP12 - Policy mapping report

Summary policy mapping report

WP5 - Working paper: Impact of migration on the demand for public services in southern Europe

impact of migration on the demand for public services in Southern Europe. Targeted towards top journals in economics

WP 4 - Working paper: The Fiscal imapct of migration in all 28 EU Member States

based on broad comparative analysis of the fiscal impact of migration in all 28 EU Member States

WP3 - Preliminary report: Existing literature and identifying gaps in the evidence

describing the existing literature and identifying gaps in the evidence

WP 4 - Working paper: In depth case studies of the fiscal impact of migration

the fiscal impact of migration based on in depth case studies for 4-5 Member States. It appears to be possible to actually deliver the simulations envisaged in D4.3 earlier since they are based on the same data set as D4.1 and the team believe that it would be valuable for the work carried out in several of the other work packages to have access to the kinds of variables generated by the simulations. The simulations may inform the work to be carried out in the in depth case studies to be carried out in D4.2. Hence, a reversed time order between D4.2 and D4.3 would be the wisest strategy. The proposed time frame means that D4.2 will be delivered 4 months later (month 28).

WP7 - Working paper: Indicators for the measurement of institutional variations (welfare states and labour markets) across EU member states

conceptualising and discussing indicators for the measurement of institutional variations (welfare states and labour markets) across EU member states

WP3 - Working paper: Qualitative evidence on the determinants of migration in the EU

results from the qualitative analysis. Targeted towards top journals in population studies (e.g. Demography)

WP12 - Policy brief: Practical implementation challenges

practical implementation challenges

WP7 - Working paper: Tensions between institutions and free movement across EU member states

identifying key relationships and tensions between institutions and free movement across EU member states in practice

WP2 - Working paper: Monitoring and mapping migration in the EU with existing data

on challenges related to monitoring and mapping migration in the EU with existing data

WP8 - Working paper: Cross-language dictionary development

article on cross-language dictionary development (to be submitted to Communication Methods and Measures or Political Analysis)

Database of all existing databases on migration in the EU

“Database of databases”. This database will gather information on all existing databases on migration in the EU as identified during the project

WP9 - data release

Public release of the data via GESIS

WP10 - data release

integrated multi-level data set

Media toolbox

Development of online platform to communicate project research to journalists, policy-makers, civil society and the general public.

WP8 - data release

Public release of the data via GESIS

Veröffentlichungen

Immigration and the reallocation of work health risks

Autoren: Osea Giuntella, Fabrizio Mazzonna, Catia Nicodemo, Carlos Vargas-Silva
Veröffentlicht in: Journal of Population Economics, 2018, ISSN 0933-1433
Herausgeber: Springer Verlag
DOI: 10.1007/s00148-018-0710-3

The European media discourse on immigration and its effects: a literature review

Autoren: Jakob-Moritz Eberl, Christine E. Meltzer, Tobias Heidenreich, Beatrice Herrero, Nora Theorin, Fabienne Lind, Rosa Berganza, Hajo G. Boomgaarden, Christian Schemer, Jesper Strömbäck
Veröffentlicht in: Annals of the International Communication Association, Issue 42/3, 2018, Page(s) 207-223, ISSN 2380-8985
Herausgeber: Taylor and Francis
DOI: 10.1080/23808985.2018.1497452

The effects of immigration on NHS waiting times

Autoren: Osea Giuntella, Catia Nicodemo, Carlos Vargas-Silva
Veröffentlicht in: Journal of Health Economics, Issue 58, 2018, Page(s) 123-143, ISSN 0167-6296
Herausgeber: Elsevier BV
DOI: 10.1016/j.jhealeco.2018.02.001

Institutional contexts of political conflicts around free movement in the European Union: a theoretical analysis

Autoren: Martin Ruhs, Joakim Palme
Veröffentlicht in: Journal of European Public Policy, Issue 25/10, 2018, Page(s) 1481-1500, ISSN 1350-1763
Herausgeber: Routledge
DOI: 10.1080/13501763.2018.1488883

Acceptable in the EU? Why some immigration restrictionists support European Union mobility

Autoren: Scott Blinder, Yvonni Markaki
Veröffentlicht in: European Union Politics, 2019, Page(s) 146511651983978, ISSN 1465-1165
Herausgeber: SAGE Publications
DOI: 10.1177/1465116519839782

Migráció és média Nyugat- Európa uniós tagállamaiban1

Autoren: Eric Karstens, Barbara Kuznik, Robert McNeil
Veröffentlicht in: Médiakutató, Issue XIX (2018), issue 3-4, 2018, Page(s) 7-61, ISSN 1586-8389
Herausgeber: Médiakutató Alapítvány and Koffein Média Kft

Migráció és média Közép/Kelet- Európa uniós tagállamaiban

Autoren: Peter Bajomi-Lázár
Veröffentlicht in: Médiakutató, Issue XIX (2018), issue 3-4, 2018, Page(s) 63-88, ISSN 1586-8389
Herausgeber: Médiakutató Alapítvány and Koffein Média Kft

Hogyan tudósít a média a migrációról és a mobilitásról?

Autoren: Robert McNeil, Eric Karstens
Veröffentlicht in: Médiakutató, Issue XIX (2018), issue 3-4, 2018, Page(s) 89-117, ISSN 1586-8389
Herausgeber: Médiakutató Alapítvány and Koffein Média Kft

When the Journey is as Important as the Goal: A Roadmap to Multilingual Dictionary Construction

Autoren: Fabienne Lind, Jakob-Moritz Eberl, Tobias Heidenreich, Hajo G. Boomgaarden
Veröffentlicht in: International Journal of Communication, Issue 13, 2019, Page(s) 4000-4020, ISSN 1932-8036
Herausgeber: USC Annenberg School for Communication & Journalism

Media Framing Dynamics of the ‘European Refugee Crisis’: A Comparative Topic Modelling Approach

Autoren: Tobias Heidenreich, Fabienne Lind, Jakob-Moritz Eberl, Hajo G Boomgaarden
Veröffentlicht in: Journal of Refugee Studies, Issue 32/Special_Issue_1, 2019, Page(s) i172-i182, ISSN 0951-6328
Herausgeber: Oxford University Press
DOI: 10.1093/jrs/fez025

Political migration discourses on social media: a comparative perspective on visibility and sentiment across political Facebook accounts in Europe

Autoren: Tobias Heidenreich, Jakob-Moritz Eberl, Fabienne Lind, Hajo Boomgaarden
Veröffentlicht in: Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2019, Page(s) 1-20, ISSN 1369-183X
Herausgeber: Carfax Publishing Ltd.
DOI: 10.1080/1369183x.2019.1665990

The UK as a destination for internationally mobile students

Autoren: Maastricht MSc student (name TBC)
Veröffentlicht in: 2018
Herausgeber: Maastricht University

An anti-migration campaign and its impact on public opinion: The Hungarian case

Autoren: Péter Bajomi-Lázár
Veröffentlicht in: European Journal of Communication, 2019, Page(s) 026732311988615, ISSN 0267-3231
Herausgeber: SAGE Publications
DOI: 10.1177/0267323119886152

Free Movement in Europe: Between Old Ghosts and New Beginnings (Migration Policy Institute Europe report)

Autoren: Liam Patuzzi and Meghan Benton
Veröffentlicht in: 2020
Herausgeber: Migration Policy Institute Europe

Migration Reporting in Hungary: Some Ethical Issues

Autoren: Peter Bajomi-Lázár
Veröffentlicht in: Routledge Companion to Journalism Ethics, 2020
Herausgeber: Routledge

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