Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales

Launched in 1985 by Gildas Simon, the Revue Européenne des Migrations Internationales (REMI) aims to publish research studies, both empirical and theoretical, from different disciplines related to international migrations and interethnic relations. While favouring the European dimension as a referential spatial framework, the journal is open to other fields through other migratory systems in the world.

The REMI embraces the whole domain of social sciences and thus intends to be a permanent observatory of the evolution of approaches, of the evolving complexity of international migrations and their related social dynamics.

The journal is available online in full-text on Revues.org, with a restriction period of one year.

Issues prior to 2002 are available online for free in full-text on Persée.

As part of the commercial diffusion agreement between Cairn and the Cléo (Centre pour l’édition électronique ouverte), the last issues of the journal are accessible via subscription/admission fees on the Cairn homepage. Refer to the issues with restricted access.

 

Translated by Lorène Carrodena

Recherche

Menu principal

Haut de page