Publications related to European/EU Studies
1998 Jeffrey G. Reitz, Warmth of the Welcome: The Social Causes of Economic Success for Immigrants in Different Nations and Cities. Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 312 pp. Honourable Mention, Thomas and Znaniecki Award for “outstanding social science scholarship in the field of international migration,” American Sociological Association, 2000. Nominated for the John Porter Book Award.
2009 Jeffrey G. Reitz, Raymond Breton, Karen Kisiel Dion, and Kenneth L. Dion, Multiculturalism and Social Cohesion: Potentials and Challenges of Diversity, Amsterdam: Springer, 196 pp.
2003 Charles Beach, Alan Green, and Jeffrey G. Reitz (eds.), Canadian Immigration Policy for the 21st Century, Kingston, ON: John Deutsch Institute for the Study of Economic Policy, 644 pp.
2003 Raymond Breton and Jeffrey G. Reitz, editors, Globalization and Society: Processes of Differentiation Examined. Westport, CN: Praeger, 336 pp.
2005 Raymond Breton, Ethnic Relations in Canada: Institutional Dynamics, edited and with an introduction by Jeffrey G. Reitz. Montreal: McGill-Queens University Press, 398 pp.
2016 Edward Grabb, Jeffrey G. Reitz, Monica Hwang (eds.). Social Inequality in Canada: Dimensions of Disadvantage, 6th edition. Scarborough: Oxford University Press.
1999 Jeffrey G. Reitz, Joachim R. Frick, Tony Calabrese, and Gert G. Wagner, “The Institutional Framework of Ethnic Employment Disadvantage: A Comparison of Germany and Canada,” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 25,3 : 397-443.
2012 Jeffrey G. Reitz, “The Distinctiveness of Canadian Immigration Experience,” Patterns of Prejudice 46, 5: 518-535, Special Issue, “National Models of Integration and the Crisis of Multiculturalism: A Critical Comparative Perspective,” edited by Christophe Bertossi and Jan Willem Duyvendak.
2015 Jeffrey G. Reitz, Mai B. Phan & Rupa Banerjee, “Gender Equity in Canada’s Newly Growing Religious Minorities,” Ethnic and Racial Studies, 38, 5: 681-699.
2016 Anil Verma, Jeffrey G. Reitz & Rupa Banerjee, “Unionization and Income Growth of Racial Minority. Immigrants in Canada: A Longitudinal Study,” International Migration Review 50,3: 667-698.
2016 Alexandra Kassir and Jeffrey G. Reitz, “Protesting headscarf ban: a path to becoming more French? A case study of ‘Mamans toutes égales’ and ‘Sorties scolaires avec nous,’ Ethnic and Racial Studies 39,15: 2683-2700.
2017 Jeffrey G. Reitz, Patrick Simon & Emily Laxer, “Muslims’ social inclusion and exclusion in France, Québec, and Canada: does national context matter?” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Published online April 18, 2017 DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2017.1313105
2017 Marko Valenta, Zan Strabac, Jo Jakobsen, Jeffrey G. Reitz, & Al Awad Mouawiya. “Labour Migrations to Resource-rich Countries: Comparative Perspectives on Migrants’ Rights in Canada, Norway and the United Arab Emirates. International Journal on Minority and Group Rights 24,1. Published online April 11, 2017
2014 Jeffrey G. Reitz, “Multiculturalism Policies and Popular Multiculturalism in the Development of Canadian Immigration,” pp. 107-26 in The Multiculturalism Question: Debating Identity in 21st Century Canada, ed. by Jack Jedwab. Kingston and Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press.
2014 Jeffrey G. Reitz, “Canada: New Initiatives and Approaches to Immigration and Nation Building, pp. 88-116 in Controlling Immigration: A Global Perspective, 3rd Edition, ed. J.F. Hollifield, P.L. Martin, and P.M. Orrenius. Stanford CA: Stanford University Press.
2015 Jeffrey G. Reitz, "The Status of Muslim Minorities Following the Paris Attacks," pp. 21-27 in After the Paris Attacks: Responses in Canada, Europe, and Around the Globe, ed. by Edward M. Iacobucci and Stephen J. Toope, Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
2017 Jeffrey G. Reitz, “Multicultural Nation-building and Canada’s Future: Implications of Comparative Research,” in Immigration and the Future of Canadian Society, edited by Robert Brym, Toronto: Rock's Mills Press.
2017 Jeffrey G. Reitz, “The Status of Muslim Minorities during the War on Terror.” In Reading Sociology: Canadian Perspectives, 3rd Edition, edited by Lorne Tepperman and Patrizia Albanese, Scarborough: Oxford University Press.