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Bijak, J., Kicinger, A., Kupiszewska, D., & Kupiszewski, M. (2008). Long-term international migration scenarios for europe, 2002-2052. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 129–151). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Bijl, R. V., Zorlu, A., Jennissen, R. P. W., & Blom, M. (2008). The integration of migrants in the netherlands monitored over time: trend and cohort analyses. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 199–223). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Bonifazi, C. (2008). Evolution of regional patterns of international migration in europe. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 107–128). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Bonifazi, C., Okolski, M., Schoorl, J., & Simon, P. (Eds.). International migration in europe : new trends and new methods of analysis. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Cangiano, A., & Strozza, S. (2008). Foreign immigration in southern european receiving countries: new evidence from national data sources. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 153–178). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Dietz, B., & Kaczmarczyk, P. (2008). On the demand side of international labour mobility: the structure of the german labour market as a causal factor of seasonal polish migration. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 37–64). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Goldscheider, C., Bernhardt, E., & Goldscheider, F. (2008). What integrates the second generation? factors affecting family transitions to adulthood in sweden. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 225–245). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Groenewold, G., & Bilsborrow, R. E. (2008). Design of samples for international migration surveys: methodological considerations and lessons learned from a multi-country study in africa and europe. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 293–312). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Kulu-Glasgow, I. (2008). Quality of asylum decisions: uses and limitations of surveys for asylum case files. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 313–330). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Meurs, D., Pailhé, A., & Simon, P. (2008). Discrimination despite integration: immigrants and the second generation in education and the labour market in france. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 247–269). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Peixoto, J. (2008). Migrant smuggling and trafficking in portugal: immigrants, networks, policies and labour markets since the 1990s. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 65–86). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Penninx, R., Schoorl, J., & Van Praag, C. (1994). The impact of international migration in receiving countries : the case of the netherlands. The Hague: Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute.   
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Potot, S. (2008). Romanian migration movements: networks as informal transnational organisations. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 87–103). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Rallu, J. L. (2008). One-way or both-ways migration surveys. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 273–292). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Ruspini, P. (2008). The post-enlargement migration space. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 179–196). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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Salt, J. (2008). Managing new migrations in europe: concept and reality in the ict sector. In C. Bonifazi, M. Okolski, J. Schoorl & P. Simon (Eds.), International migration in Europe : new trends and new methods of analysis (pp. 19–35). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University press.   
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