Katharina Natter
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Growing restrictiveness or changing selection? The nature and evolution of migration policies
H De Haas, K Natter, S Vezzoli
International Migration Review, 2016
2152016
International Migration: Trends, Determinants, and Policy Effects
H de Haas, M Czaika, ML Flahaux, E Mahendra, K Natter, S Vezzoli, ...
Population and Development Review, 2019
992019
Conceptualizing and measuring migration policy change
H De Haas, K Natter, S Vezzoli
Comparative Migration Studies 3 (1), 1-21, 2015
91*2015
Introduction: revisiting Moroccan migrations
M Berriane, H De Haas, K Natter
The Journal of North African Studies 20 (4), 503-521, 2015
83*2015
Rethinking immigration policy theory beyond ¡Western liberal democracies¢
K Natter
Comparative Migration Studies 6 (1), 1-21, 2018
81*2018
The Formation of Morocco's Policy Towards Irregular Migration (2000–2007): Political Rationale and Policy Processes
K Natter
International Migration 52 (5), 15-28, 2014
802014
Revolution and political transition in Tunisia: A migration game changer?
K Natter
Migration information source, 2015
67*2015
Political party ideology and immigration policy reform: an empirical enquiry
K Natter, M Czaika, H De Haas
Political Research Exchange 2 (1), 1735255, 2020
42*2020
Fifty years of Maghreb emigration: How states shaped Algerian, Moroccan and Tunisian emigration
K Natter
International Migration Institute, 2014
36*2014
Almost home? Morocco¢s incomplete migration reforms
K Natter
World Politics Review, 2015
82015
Crafting a ¡liberal monarchy¢: Regime consolidation and immigration policy reform in Morocco
K Natter
The Journal of North African Studies, 1-25, 2020
72020
Political regimes and immigration policymaking: The contrasting cases of Morocco and Tunisia
K Natter
University of Amsterdam, 2019
72019
Mehr als nur Herkunftsländer: Migrationsmuster in Algerien, Marokko und Tunesien
K Natter
Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftung, Naher/Mittlerer Osten und Nordafrika, 2016
7*2016
Autocratic immigration policymaking: The illiberal paradox hypothesis
K Natter
International Migration Institute Working Paper Series 147, 2018
42018
Social transformation
H de Haas, S Fransen, K Natter, K Schewel, S Vezzoli
International Migration Institute network (IMI), 2020
32020
Salient issues on international migration: Buoni e cattivi segnali. Reporting from the 2014 International Metropolis Conference
K Natter, R Bejan
Transnational Social Review 5 (1), 86-91, 2015
22015
Ad-hocratic immigration governance: how states secure their power over immigration through intentional ambiguity
K Natter
Territory, Politics, Governance, 1-18, 2021
12021
Tunisia¢s migration politics throughout the 2011 revolution: revisiting the democratisation–migrant rights nexus
K Natter
Third World Quarterly, 1-19, 2021
2021
Beyond the dichotomy of liberal and illiberal migration governance
K Natter
Handbook on the Governance and Politics of Migration, 2021
2021
Dini, Sabine and Giusa, Caterina (2020) Externalising Migration Governance Through Civil Society. P algrave MacMillan, Cham, CH, 94p.
K Natter
International Migration 59 (2), 269-271, 2021
2021
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