Editorial: Migration and Migration Letters


  • Ibrahim Sirkeci Regent's Centre for Transnational Studies, Regent's University London
  • Jeffrey H. Cohen Department of Anthropology, Ohio State University, Columbus
  • Elli Heikkila Institute of Migration, Turku




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Migration is a dynamic and changing phenomenon so too is migration scholarship and research. While we understand that migration experience has always been responsive to political and economic environments we continue to search for new approaches and statements about migration’s triggers. Speedy progress in information and communication systems helped people in making informed decisions; improvements in transportation have both increased the number of potential destinations and origin areas contributing to migration. In policy and research papers, we have seen more and more mention of temporary migration, circular migration, and short term migration and so on. Chinese and Indian economic growth, the attraction of the EU and USA to job seekers everywhere, food crisis, environmental hazards as well as large or small scale wars and conflicts will continue to displace people internally and internationally.


How to Cite

Sirkeci, I., Cohen, J. H., & Heikkila, E. (2008). Editorial: Migration and Migration Letters. Migration Letters, 5(2), 107–110. https://doi.org/10.59670/ml.v5i2.46




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