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New publication:

Migration in the Southern Balkans

From Ottoman Territory to Globalized Nation States


Hans Vermeulen

Martin Baldwin-Edwards

Riki van Boeschoten


New MMO working paper:


by Martin Baldwin-Edwards,

July 2014.

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«Ethnicity and Migration: A Greek Story» Migrance 31 [ pdf ]

The ÉCOLE FRANÇAISE D'ATHÈNES hosted on 9 June 2009 a public presentation of issue 31 of the French journal Migrance which is focused on Greece and edited by Martin Baldwin-Edwards. Migrance is a tri-annual journal dedicated to the history of immigration in France and Europe, and published by Géneriques in Paris. The formal public presentation of this journal issue was made by two eminent Greek academics – Prof Antonis Liakos (University of Athens) and Prof Lois Labrianidis (University of Macedonia).

See press reviews – ΤαΝεα and Ελευθεροτυπία

Download the complete issue of Migrance 31 in English or French

«Statistics and Reality: Greece» [link to file IMISCOE_book_Greece_Pre-publication_format.pdf] by Martin Baldwin-Edwards & Katerina Apostolatou,
in Heinz Fassmann, Ursula Reeger, Wiebke Sievers (editors)(2009)

Statistics and Reality

Statistics and Reality: Concepts and Measurements of Migration in Europe
Amsterdam University Press and Chicago University Press

REGINE: Regularisations in Europe. Study on practices in the area of regularisation of illegally staying third-country nationals in the Member States of the EU

Martin Baldwin-Edwards was appointed scientific director of the REGINE project awarded to ICMPD in December 2007 to advise the European Commission DG JLS on regularisation policies and outcomes in 27 EU countries (plus the USA and Switzerland). The study was formally presented by Martin Baldwin-Edwards and Albert Kraler of ICMPD to the 27 EU governments in Brussels in December 2008 and the final copy published by the EC in January 2009.

More details and the full report (three volumes) here.

Download the country report for Greece here.


The study is also published complete as a book by Amsterdam University Press (2009) for library purchase.

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