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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

Chapters in books and proceedings

  1. Martin, P.L. & Sirkeci, I. (2017). Recruitment, remittances, and returns. In: Reinert, Kenneth A. (Ed.). Handbook on Globalisation and Development. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA, USA: Edward Elgar, chapter 18, pp. xxx-xxx.
  2. Cohen, J.H., Eroglu, D., Sirkeci, I. (2016). Introduction: 4th Turkish Migration Conference. In: Eroglu, D., Cohen, J.H., Sirkeci, I. (eds.) Turkish Migration 2016 Selected Papers. London: Transnational Press London, pp.1-4.
  3. Pusch, B. and Sirkeci, I. (2016). Introduction: Turkish migration policy at a glance. In: Sirkeci, I. and Pusch, B. (eds.) Turkish Migration Policy. London, UK: Transnational Press London. pp.9-22.
  4. Cohen, J. H. and Sirkeci, I. (2016). Migration and insecurity: rethinking mobility in the neoliberal age. In: Carrier, James G. (ed.) After the Crisis, Anthropological thought, neoliberalism and the aftermath. London, New York: Routledge, pp. 96-113.
  5. Sirkeci, I., Cohen, J. H., Yazgan, P., Zotova, N. (2016). Introduction. In: Sirkeci, I., Cohen, J. H., Yazgan, P. (eds.) Conflict, Insecurity and Mobility. London, UK: Transnational Press London, pp.1-6.
  6. Zeyneloglu, Sirkeci, I., Civelek, Y. (2015). Interregional migration and language shift among Turkey’s ethnic Kurds, In: Seker, G. et al. (eds.)Turkish Migration Conference 2015 Selected Proceedings, London: Transnational Press London, pp.369-373.
  7. Caglar, A., Seker, B.D., Sirkeci, I. (2015). Introduction: Family and demography in Turkish mobility. In: Sirkeci, I., Seker, B.D., & Caglar, A. (eds.) Turkish Migration, Identity and Integration. London, UK: Transnational Press London, pp.1-9.
  8. Yüceşahin, M.M., Milewski, N., Sirkeci, I., Rolls, A.S. (2015). Introduction: Family and demography in Turkish mobility. In: Milewski, N., Sirkeci, I., M. Yucesahin & Rolls, A. (eds.) Family and Human Capital in Turkish Migration. London, UK: Transnational Press London, pp.1-10.
  9. Sirkeci, I., Yüceşahin, M.M., Şeker, B. D. (2015). Uyum Çalışmalarına Giriş. In: Seker, B. D., Sirkeci, I., & Yucesahin, M. (eds.) Göç ve Uyum. London, UK: Transnational Press London, pp.1-10.
  10. Sirkeci, I. & Acik, N. (2015). İngiltere’de Göçmenlerin Ekonomik Uyumu ve İşgücü Piyasasında Azınlıklar. In: Seker, B. D., Sirkeci, I., & Yucesahin, M. (eds.) Göç ve Uyum. London, UK: Transnational Press London, pp.143-164.
  11. Zeyneloglu, S. & Sirkeci, I. (2015). Türkiye’de Almanlar ve Almancılar. In: Seker, B. D., Sirkeci, I., and Yucesahin, M. (eds.). Göç ve Uyum. London, UK: Transnational Press London, pp.217-266.
  12. Sirkeci, I. (2014). Foreword. In: Basu, B. & Bang, J.T. International Remittance Payments and the Global Economy. Oxon: Routledge, pp.xviii-xix.
  13. Martin, P.L. & Sirkeci, I. (2015). Introduction. In: Sirkeci, I., Elcin, D., and Seker, G. (Eds.). Politics and Law in Turkish Migration. London: Transnational Press London, pp. 1-6.
  14. Sirkeci, I. & Zeyneloglu, S. (2014). Abwanderung aus Deutschland in die Türkei: Eine Trendwende im Migrationsgeschehen? [Migration from Germany to Turkey: reversal of fortunes]. In: Alscher, S. & Krienbriek, A. (eds.) Abwanderung von Türkeistämmigen: Wer verlässt Deutschland und warum?. Germany: BAMF, pp. 30-85 (in German).
  15. Sirkeci, I., Cohen, J. & Can, N. (2012). Internal Mobility of foreign-born in Turkey. In: Finney, N. and Catney, G. (eds.) Minority Internal Migration in Europe. Farnham: Ashgate, pp.175-193.
  16. Sirkeci, I., Cohen, J. & Ratha, D. (2012). Introduction: Remittance flows and practices during the crisis. In: Sirkeci, I., Cohen, J. & Ratha, D. (eds.) Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond. Washington, DC. USA: The World Bank, pp. 1-20.
  17. Cohen, J. & Sirkeci, I. (2012).Theoretical appraisal: Understanding remittances. In: Sirkeci, I., Cohen, J. & Ratha, D. (eds.) Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond. Washington, DC. USA: The World Bank, pp. 23-30.
  18. Sirkeci, I. (2012). Remittances in an environment of human insecurity: The Kurdish case. In: Sirkeci, I., Cohen, J. & Ratha, D. (eds.) Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond. Washington, DC. USA: The World Bank, pp. 277-281.
  19. Yazgan, P. & Sirkeci, I. (2012). Financial crisis and remittances from Denmark to Turkey. In: Sirkeci, I., Cohen, J. & Ratha, D. (eds.) Migration and Remittances during the Global Financial Crisis and Beyond. Washington, DC. USA: The World Bank, pp. 283-289.
  20. Khattab, N., Sirkeci, I., Johnston, R. & Modood, T. (2011). “Ethnicity, religion, residential segregation and life chances .” In Tariq Modood & John Salt (eds.) Global Migration, Ethnicity and Britishness, Palgrave, Macmillan, pp.153-176. (ISBN: 978-0-230-29687-9).
  21. Sirkeci, I. (2010). “Güvensizlik ve Çatışma Ekseninde Uluslararası Göç ve Vatandaşlık”, in Filiz Kartal (ed.) Yurttaşlık Tartışmaları, TODAIE (Turkiye ve Orta Dogu Amme Idaresi), Ankara, Turkey, Chapter 3, pp.89-112 (ISBN: 978-975-8918-37-9).
  22. Sirkeci, I. & Mannix, R. (2010). “Segmentation challenges posed by ‘transnationals’ in mobile marketing&rdquo ;, in Key Pousttchi & Dietmar G. Wiedemann (eds.) The Handbook of Research on Mobile Marketing Management, Information Science Reference, IGI Global, Hershey, New York, USA, pp.94-114. (ISBN: 978-1-60566-074-5).
  23. Sirkeci, I. (2008). “Conflict, the Environment of Human Insecurity and Migration in Iraq in the Aftermath of 2003”, in Rittersberger-Tilic, H. et al. (eds.) Rethinking Global Migration: Practices, Policies and Discourses in the European Neighbourhood, KORA - Center for Black Sea and Central Asia and Middle East Technical University, Ankara, Turkey, pp.161-175. (ISBN: 978-605-89751-1-8).
  24. Sirkeci, I. (2008). “Migration of Turkmen, Impacts on Turkey, Iraq and Turkmen”, in Nakanishi, H., Sirkeci, I. & Cabbarlı, H. (eds.) Migration in Conflict Areas - Sorunlu Bölgelerde Göç, Global Strategy Institute, Ankara, Turkey, pp.29-45. (ISBN: 978-975-8975-08-02) (English and Turkish)
  25. Sirkeci, I. (2008). “Securitisation of International Migration, Conflict and Environment of Insecurity in Conceptualisation of International Migration”, in Papadopoulos, A. (ed.) Migration and Human Security in Southeastern Europe, Papazisis Publishers, Athens, (in Greek).
  26. Sirkeci, I. (2007). “From guest workers to asylum seekers: Turkish Kurds in Cologne”, in Guillou, A.Y., S. Tapia, and P.M. Wadbled (eds.) Migrations turques dans un monde Globalise, Le poids du local, Rennes, France, Presses Universitaires de Rennes, pp.179-198, [ISBN 978-2-7535-0463-9].
  27. Sirkeci, I. (2006). “Turcs et Chypriotes de Grande-Bretagne [Turks and Cypriots of Great Britain]”, in A. Manco (ed.), Turcs en Europe. L’heure de l’élargissement, Collection “Compétences interculturelles”, Paris, Budapest, Turin, L'Harmattan, pp.67-68. (in French).
  28. Sirkeci, I. (2006). “Kuresel control cabalarina karsi bireysel asma cabalari: Turkiye ve Irak orneklerinde uluslararasi gocun evrimi”, in Zeytinburnu Belediyesi. (eds.) Uluslararasi Goc Sempozyumu Bildiriler - International Migration Symposium Communique, Yayin no.6, Istanbul, Zeytinburnu Belediyesi, pp.33-39. (in Turkish)
  29. Sirkeci, I. (2006). “Individual overcoming efforts vs. global control effort: the evolution of international migration in the examples of Turkey and Iraq”, in Zeytinburnu Belediyesi. (eds.) Uluslararasi Goc Sempozyumu – International Migration Symposium Communique, Yayin no.6, Istanbul, Zeytinburnu Belediyesi, pp.406-412.
  30. Sirkeci, I. (2005). “Conflict and international migration: Iraqi Turkmen in Turkey”, in V. Iontsev et al. (eds.) International Migration Trends, Scientific Series International Migration of Population: Russia and Contemporary World, Volume 15, Department of Population, Moscow State University Lomonosov, Moscow, MAX-Press, pp.193-201.
  31. Sirkeci, I. (2005). “Diaspora: Turkish”, in M. Gibney and R. Hansen (eds.) Immigration and Asylum from 1900 to the Present, ABC-CLIO, Santa Barbara, pp.607-610.
  32. Cohen, J. and Sirkeci, I. (2005). “A comparative study of Turkish and Mexican transnational migration outcomes: Facilitating or restricting immigrant integration?”, in Henke, H. (ed.) Crossing Over: Comparing Recent Migration in the United States and Europe, Lexington Books, New York, pp.147-162.
  33. Icduygu, A. and Sirkeci, I. (1999). “Cumhuriyet dönemi Türkiye'sinde göç hareketleri [Migration movements in Republican Turkey]”, in Baydar, O. (ed.) Bilanço `98: 75 Yilda Koylerden Sehirlere, Tarih Vakfi Yayinlari, Istanbul, pp.249-268. (in Turkish)
  34. Icduygu, A. and Sirkeci, I. (1999). “Bir ülke, bir aile ve birçok göç: cumhuriyet döneminde bir toplumsal dönüsüm örnegi [A country, a family, and many migrations: a social transformation from the Republican era]”, in Baydar, O. (ed.) Bilanço `98: 75 Yilda Koylerden Sehirlere, Tarih Vakfi Yayinlari, Istanbul, pp.269-276. (in Turkish)
  35. Icduygu, A., Sirkeci, I. and Aydingun, I. (1998). “Türkiye'de içgöç ve içgöçün isçi hareketine etkileri [Internal migration in Turkey and repercussions for the labour movement]”, in Icduygu, A., Sirkeci, I. and Aydingün, I. (eds.) Türkiye'de Içgöç, Tarih Vakfi Yayinlari, Istanbul, pp.205-244. (in Turkish)

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)