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Professor Ibrahim Sirkeci published 12 books, several reports, edited over 40 journal issues, over 100 papers in peer reviewed journals, books, and other periodicals. He has also delivered papers and talks at more than 100 conferences around the world, including a dozen of EU countries, Egypt, Turkey, and the US. One of his co-authored books (Cultures of Migration, U Texas Press, 2011) was named the Outstanding Academic Titles in 2012 by Choice in the USA (2013 January). Here is a list of his published works with links to full texts.

Articles by year of publication
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Authored Books

  1. Sirkeci, I., Bilecen, T., Costu, Y., Dedeoglu, S., Kesici, M.R., Seker, B.D., Tilbe, F., Unutulmaz, K.O. (2016). Little Turkey in Great Britain , London: Transnational Press London (ISBN: 978-1-910781-19-7).
  2. Sirkeci, I. (2013). Transnational Marketing and Transnational Consumers, Springer Business Briefs, Springer, Heidelberg, London. (pp.76, ISBN: 978-3-642-36774-8).
  3. Cohen, J., and Sirkeci, I. (2011). Cultures of Migration, the Global Nature of Contemporary Mobility, University of Texas Press, Austin, USA. (pp.202, ISBN: 978-0-292-72685-7). [Selected as Outstanding Academic Title by Choice in the US (see www.cro2.org).]
  4. Sirkeci, I. (2006). The Environment of Insecurity in Turkey and the Emigration of Turkish Kurds to Germany, New York: Edwin Mellen Press. (pp. 332, ISBN:  0-7734-5739-9).

 

Edited Books

  1. Sirkeci, I. & Pusch, B. (2016). Turkish Migration Policy, London: Transnational Press London (ISBN: 978-1-910781-13-5).
  2. Sirkeci, I., Seker, B. D., and Caglar, A. (eds.) (2015). Turkish Migration, Identity and Integration. London, UK: Transnational Press London (in Turkish). (pp.188, ISBN: 978-1-910781-12-8)
  3. Milewski, N., Sirkeci, I., M. Yucesahin, and Rolls, A. (eds.) (2015). Family and Human Capital in Turkish Migration. London, UK: Transnational Press London. (pp.166, ISBN: 978-1-910781-03-6)
  4. Seker, B. D., Sirkeci, I., and Yucesahin, M. (eds.) (2015). Göç ve Uyum. London, UK: Transnational Press London (in Turkish). (pp.389, ISBN: 978-1-910781-06-7)
  5. Sirkeci, I., Elcin, D., and Seker, G. (eds.) (2015). Politics and Law in Turkish Migration. London, UK: Transnational Press London. (pp.203, ISBN: 978-1-910781-00-5).
  6. Sirkeci, I., Cohen, J., and Ratha, D. (eds.) (2012). Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond. Washington, DC. USA: The World Bank. (pp.480, ISBN: 978-0-8213-8826-6).
  7. Nakanishi, H., Sirkeci, I. and Cabbarlı, H. (eds.) (2008). Sorunlu Bölgelerde Göç - Migration in Conflict Areas, Global Strategy Institute, Ankara, Turkey. (pp. 128. ISBN: 978-975-8975-08-02). (Bilingual: English and Turkish).
  8. Icduygu, A., Sirkeci, I. and Aydingün, I. (eds.) (1998). Türkiye'de Içgöç [Internal Migration in Turkey], Tarih Vakfi Yayinlari, Istanbul, Turkey. (pp. 244, ISBN:  975-7306-31-2). (in Turkish).

Text Books compiled

  1. Sirkeci, I. and Cawley, R. (compiled by) (2012). International Marketing, Pearson, Harlow, UK. (pp. 480, ISBN: 9781847763235, 3rd Edition). (text book)
  2. Sirkeci, I. and Cawley, R. (compiled by) (2011). International Marketing, Pearson, Harlow, UK. (pp. 460, ISBN: 9781847763235, 2nd Edition). (text book)
  3. Sirkeci, I. (compiled by) (2009). International Marketing, Pearson, Harlow, UK. (pp. 900, ISBN: 9781847763235). (text book)

Reports and Proceedings

  1. Eroglu, D., Cohen,J.H., Sirkeci, I. (2016). Turkish Migration Policy, London: Transnational Press London (ISBN: 978-1-910781-28-9).
  2. Seker, G., Tilbe, A., Okmen, M., Yazgan-Hepgul, P., Eroglu, D., Sirkeci, I. (eds.) (2015). Turkish Migration Conference 2015, Selected Proceedings, London, UK: Transnational Press London. (pp. 548, ISBN 978-1-910781-01-2). (Conference Proceedings).
  3. Sirkeci, I.  (2011). Consumer Lifestyles in Turkey, report published by Euromonitor International, Available at: http://www.euromonitor.com/Consumer_Lifestyles_in_Turkey (pp.81).
  4. Sirkeci, I.  (2011). Turkmen in Iraq and Their Flight: A Demographic Question, Report No.21, January 2011, ORSAM, Ankara, Turkey (pp.64).
  5. Sirkeci, I.  and Cohen, J. (2010). The Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on Remittances in South Asia, commissioned by The World Bank, Washington, DC. USA (pp.84) (unpublished report).
  6. Sirkeci, I.  (2009). Improving the Immigration and Asylum Statistics in Turkey – Türkiye’de Uluslararası Göç ve Sıgınma İstatistiklerinin Geliştirilmesi, Nov. 2009, Turkish Statistical Institute, Ankara, Turkey. (pp.90). (Bilingual English-Turkish, Research Report, internal publication).
  7. Singh, A.K., Aktan, C.C., Sirkeci, I., and Dalbay, O. (eds.) (2009). Industrial Organization: Theory and Empirical Applications, Selected Proceedings of the Second International Conference on Social Sciences, Izmir, Turkey: Social Sciences Research Society. (pp. 319, ISBN 978-605-5741-14-3). (Conference Proceedings).
  8. Sirkeci, I.  (2005). Turkmen in Iraq and International Migration of Turkmen - Irak'tan Türkmen Göçleri ve Göç Eğilimleri, Global Strategy Institute, Ankara, Turkey, (pp.88, ISBN 975-897502-1). (Bilingual: English and Turkish; Research Report).

Ibrahim Sirkeci has been a regular contributor to various journals and conferences on migration, demography, geography, and marketing. Here is a compilations of his published works. For most publications a direct link to the full text is included for ease of access. Scroll down for the articles, reviews and other publications

Books
Please contact Ibrahim Sirkeci if you need further information on any of the titles.

Cultures of Migration Turkish Migration Policy Little Turkey in Great Britain Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond Transnational Marketing and Transnational Consumers

Conflict, Insecurity and Mobility Turkish Migration, Identity and Integration Turkish Migration 2016, Selected Papers Family and Human Capital in Turkish Migration

Politics and Law in Turkish Migration Emigration of Turkish Kurds from Turkey to Germany - thesis version Iraqi Turkmen and their flight (Goc ve Uyum (Turkish Migration)