International Migration Review
© Center for Migration Studies, New York, Inc.
Edited By: Ellen Percy Kraly Associate Editors: Monica Boyd, Fei Guo and Jamie Winders
Impact Factor: 0.812
ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2013: 17/24 (Demography)
Online ISSN: 1747-7379
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International Migration Review has now adopted ScholarOne Manuscripts, for online manuscript submission and peer review. The new system brings with it a whole host of benefits including
• Quick and easy submission
• Administration centralized and reduced
• Significant decrease in peer review times
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The Journal on Migration and Human Security
The Journal on Migration and Human Security (JMHS) is a new peer-reviewed, public policy publication of the Center for Migration Studies devoted to US and international policy debates on migration. It complements the International Migration Review by bridging the academic and public policy communities, recognizing that important migration-related issues, scholarship and analysis do not receive sufficient attention in public policy circles. This is particularly the case for cross-cutting scholarship, comparative analysis, issues that have not been extensively documented or studied, and perspectives that are not typically captured in academic or trade publications. JMHS addresses this concern by publishing concise, evidence-based papers on a monthly basis in an online, open access format.
The journal draws upon the knowledge, expertise and perspectives of scholars, public officials, faith communities, community-based organizations, non-governmental organizations, corporate leaders and others. The journal’s theme of “human security” is meant to evoke the widely shared goals of creating secure and sustaining conditions in migrant sending communities; promoting safe, legal migration options; and developing immigration and integration policies that benefit sending and receiving communities and allow newcomers to lead productive, secure lives.