I. Gender aspects of migration processes

Gapova, Elena (PhD), Hightech Migration from the Post-Soviet Region and the Production of Gender;

Jungwirth, Ingrid (PhD), The change of normative gender orders in the course of migration;

Melzer, Silvia Maja (PhD student), Gender-Related Decision-Making on the Migration from East to West Germany;

Satola, Agnieszka (PhD student), The Grandmother Phenomenon: the Connection between the Biography and the Professionalism of Elderly Polish Migrant Women Working Illegally in German Households;

Viannello A., Francesca (PhD), Outstanding migrants. Return migration in Ukraine;


II. Mingrants' identities

Kadatskaya, Natalya (PhD student), Identity crisis of immigrants from Kazakhstan to Germany

Parízková, Alena (PhD), Working Europeans

Sosna, Anna (PhD student), Repatriants as new citiziens. Between formal equality and social exclusion?

Mamzer, Hanna (PhD), Migrants- challenges of integration.


III. Inequalities and migration

Ķešāne, Iveta (PhD student), Migration as a strategy of everyday politics

Nowak, Marek (PhD), Inequalities and migration as a sociological problem. Why Central and Eastern European societies need Welfare States?;

Romano, Serena (PhD student), Poverty and welfare reforms in Eastern Europe;

Safonova, Maria (PhD student), Russian Rural Underclass and Migrant Workers: struggle or alliance?

Zimowska, Agnieszka (PhD student), Prostitution as a Mode of Transnational Negotiation of Social Inequalities – Polish Migrants in German Sexbusiness;

Virág, Tünde (PhD), Spatial and social exclusion and its consequences in Hungary

Walczak, Bartłomiej (PhD), Economical inequality and cultural differences as the crucial factors in the parental migration.

IV. Labour  migration

Ganchev, Alexander, Labour Migrations from Ukraine into the European Union. Today and Tomorrow: Factors and Forecasts

Kostlan, David (PhD student), Undocumented migration in Slovakia as social and sociological issue;

Meardi, Guglielmo (PhD), Labour mobility, union immobility? Trade unions & migration in the EU;

Mocanu, Cristina (PhD student), Pîrciog, Speranţa (PhD), Zamfir, Ana-Maria (PhD student), Romanians’ migration for employment abroad;

Rygina, Lika (PhD student), Postindustrial Age of Labour Migration: The Case of Poland and Russia;


V. Immigrants in host societies

Chambers, Paul (PhD), Doleczek, Łukasz (MA), Dunkerley, David (Prof.), Thompson, Andrew (PhD), Economic Migrant Careers in Wales;

Łucka, Daria (PhD), Immigrants versus Host Society: Theoretical Models and Their Empirical Implementations in Central Europe;

Ibanez-Angulo, Mónica (PhD), Policies of Inclusion and Exclusion: Citizens’ Rights Among Bulgarian Transnational Migrants;

Kolankiewicz-Lundberg, Marta, Racism and Discrimination Experienced by Immigrants in Poland;

Micukiewicz, Konrad (PhD), Irregular Migration and Asylum in Central Eastern Europe: Policies, Social Infrastructure, and Practice;

Muszel, Magdalena, Is family in danger? Social consequences of the Polish migration movement after 2004. A case study of Polish immigrants in Ireland;

Nowosielski, Michał (PhD), Ethnic organizations and their functions in representing immigrants’ interests – the example of Polish immigrant NGO's in Germany

Osipovič, Dorota, From migrant workers to social citizens? Polish migrants within the British welfare state;

Palcu, Ovidiu (PhD student), The Phenomenon of Transnationalism: The Romanian case in Greece;

Ruzicka, Michal (PhD student), Patterns of social exclusion and migration: The case of Roma/Gypsies in former Czechoslovakia.