• Citizenship and global mobility : the international value of national identity 

      Rennick, Elisabeth Neal (2013-12)
      In the past twenty years, a great deal of literature has been produced as to the value of citizenship in the global era. Some scholars insist that globalization has decreased the value of citizenship with the growth of ...
    • Costly citizenship : the supply and demand of political membership in Europe, 1970-2014 

      Graeber, John David (2016-08)
      As Europe has struggled to adapt to the modern reality of mass migration in recent decades, the question of citizenship has emerged as an increasingly salient political topic across the continent. Numerous scholars have ...
    • Framing the immigration debate 

      Navarre, Rachel Amanda (2013-05)
      A common theme in immigration studies in the United States is that the discourse around immigration has changed over time. Once a bipartisan issue where unlikely coalitions and partners were common, recent research has ...
    • The political economy of remittances : emigration, social insurance provision, and political behavior in Mexico 

      Germano, Roy (2010-08)
      Why do international migrants send money home? What are the implications of these monetary flows for developing countries? Long debated by economists and sociologists, these questions have received very little attention ...
    • The politics of amnesty 

      Navarre, Rachel Amanda; 0000-0002-4892-5139 (2016-08)
      What effects policy choice, especially when the policy chosen is widely held to be unpopular? This dissertation aims to answer why and when certain policy solutions are chosen over others by focusing on a specific policy ...