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Previous issues

2014

Number 15 
The world’s most open country: Labour migration to Sweden after the 2008 law by Henrik Emilsson, Karin Magnusson, Sayaka Osanami Törngren  and Pieter Bevelander

2013

Number 14

Scandinavia's Population Groups Originating from developing Countries:
Change and Integration
 by Pieter Bevelander, Rasmus H. Bilde, Inge Dahlstedt, Marc Eskelund, Line Möller Hansen, Miroslav Macura, Kasper Gehrke Pedersen, Lars Östby 

2012

Number 13
The Danish Muhammad Cartoon Conflict by Peter Hervik

Number 12
Sweden's Population Groups Originating from Developing Countries: Change and Integration by Pieter Bevelander and Inge Dahlstedt

2011

Number 11
New Questions and New Answers: Strategies towards parties with radical right-wing populist profile by Sigrid Saveljeff

2010

Number 10

Brottsoffer i rättsprocessen. Har utländsk bakgrund betydelse? - Victims of crime in the legal process - Does foreign background matter? by Sophie Hydén

2009

Number 9
Asylsökande i Sverige - ett rättsäkert och värdigt mottagande för barn och vuxna? (Asylum Seekers in Sweden - A Just and Dignified Reception for Children and Adults?) edited by Björn Fryklund and Anna Lundberg

2008

Number 8
Svensk invandringspolitik i demokratiskt perspektiv (Swedish Immigration Policy and Democratic Legitimacy) by Mikael Spång  

2007

Number 7
Vita fläckar – om integrationspolitik, ledning och mångfald i Malmö stad (White Spots – On Integration Policy, Management and Diversity in the City of Malmö), by Per Broomé, Tobias Schölin and Sofia Rönnqvist

Number  6
Quantitative indicators of diversity: declaration of contents or packaging? by Per Broomé, Inge Dahlstedt and Tobias Schölin

Number 5
Organizations as gateways for immigrants and ethnic minorities by Per Broomé, Inge Dahlstedt and Tobias Schölin

2006

Number  4

Europeisering av svensk invandringspolitik (Europeanization of Swedish Policies and Politics of Immigration) by Mikael Spång

Number  3
Mottagningens integration? Flyktingintroduktion som ett organisatorisk fält (From reception to integration? Refugee introduction as an organisational field) by Maria Appelqvist


2004

Number  2

Immigration patterns, economic integration and residential segregation: Sweden in the late 20th century by Pieter Bevelander

Number 1
Studier av den mångkulturella organisationen – exemplet Malmö kommun (Studies of the multicultural organizations – examples from the city of Malmö) by Per Broomé, Viktoria Kalonaityte, Sofia Rönnqvist and Tobias Schölin





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