Other important publications
Carlos Vargas-Silva, Sonja Fransen and Melissa Siegel (forthcoming) "The Impact of Refugee Experiences on Education: Evidence from Burundi" IZA Journal of Development and Migration.
Özge Bilgili, Katie Kuschminder and Melissa Siegel (2017) "Return Migrants’ Perceptions of Living Conditions in Ethiopia: A Gendered Analysis" Migration Studies.
Naudé, Wim, Siegel, Melissa and Katrin Marchand (2017) “Migration, Entrepreneurship and Development: Critical Questions, IZA Journal of Migration.
Waidler, Jennifer, Michaella Vanore, Franziska Gassmann & Melissa Siegel (2017) Migration and the Multi-Dimensional Well-Being of Elderly Persons in Georgia, Journal of Population Ageing.
Volante, Louis, Don A. Klinger, Melissa Siegel and Özge Bilgili (2017) The Immigrant (Dis)advantage Addressing student achievement gaps, Education Canada, Vol. 37 Issue 1.
Louis Volante, Don A. Klinger, Melissa Siegel and Özge Bilgili(2017) Immigrant youth help to build nations, The Conversation published June 30, 2017.
Marieke van Houte, Melissa Siegel, Tine Davids (2016) “Deconstructing the Meanings and Motivations of Return: an Afghan Case Study” Comparative Migration Studies 4(1), 1-17.
Fransen, Sonja and Melissa Siegel (2016) “The Development of Diaspora Engagement Policies after Conflict: Case Studies of Burundi and Rwanda”, in Besharov, Douglas J. and Lopez, Mark A World in
Motion: Trends in Migration and Migration Policy International Policy Exchange Series, Oxford University Press, Boston.
Hercog, Metka and Melissa Siegel (2015) “Promoting return and circular migration of the highly skilled” in Diego Acosta Arcarazo & Anja Wiesbrock, Global Migration Issues. Old Assumptions New Dynamics, ABC-CLIO.
Bilgili, Özge and Melissa Siegel (2013) “From Economic to Political Engagement: Analysing the Changing Role of the Turkish Diaspora”, in Collyer, Michael Emigration Nations: the ideologies and policies of emigrant engagement, Palgrave.