Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Marc Helbling and Daniel Meierrieks (2020): “Transnational Terrorism and Restrictive Immigration Policies”, Journal of Peace Research (forthcoming).
Marc Helbling and David Leblang (2019): “Controlling immigration? How regulations affect migration flows”, European Journal of Political Research 58(1): 248-269. Link.
Liv Bjerre, Friederike Römer and Malisa Zobel (2019): “The Sensitivity of Country Ranks to Index Construction and Aggregation Choice: The Case of Immigration Policy”, Policy Studies Journal 47(3): 647-685. Link.
Marc Helbling and Dorina Kalkum (2018): “Migration Policy Trends in OECD Countries”, Journal of European Public Policy 25(12): 1779-1797. Link.
Tarik Abou-Chadi and Marc Helbling (2018): “How Immigration Reforms Affect Voting Behavior”, Political Studies 66(3): 687–717. Link.
Marc Helbling, Liv Bjerre, Friederike Römer and Malisa Zobel (2017):
“Measuring Immigration Policies: The IMPIC Database”, European Political Science 16(1): 79-98. Link.
Marc Helbling and Ines Michalowski (2017): “A New Agenda for Migration and Citizenship Policy Research”, Comparative Political Studies 50(1): 3-13. Link.
Friederike Römer (2017): “Generous to All or “Insiders Only”? Welfare State Generosity and Immigrant Welfare Rights”, Journal of European Social Policy 27(2) 173–196. Link.
Marc Helbling (2016): “Immigration, Integration and Citizenship
Policies: Indices, Concepts and Analyses”, in Gary P. Freeman and Nikola
Mirilovic (eds.): Handbook of Migration and Social Policy. Edward Elgar, pp.28-41. Link.
Liv Bjerre, Marc Helbling, Friederike Römer and Malisa Zobel (2015):
“Conceptualizing and Measuring Immigration Policies. A Comparative
Perspective”, International Migration Review 49(3): 555–839. Link.
Marc Helbling (2013): “Validating Integration and Citizenship Policy Indices”, Comparative European Politics 11(5): 555-576. Link.
Samuel D. Schmid and Marc Helbling (2016). Validating the Immigration Policies in Comparison (IMPIC) Dataset. WZB Berlin Social Science Center. Discussion Paper. SP VI 2016–202. Link.
Liv Bjerre, Marc Helbling, Friederike Römer and Malisa Zobel (2016). Technical Report: The Immigration Policies in Comparison (IMPIC) Dataset. WZB Berlin Social Science Center. Discussion Paper. SP VI 2016–201. Link.
Liv Bjerre (2017). Immigration Policy Effects. A Conceptual Framework. IMI Working Paper 139. Oxford: International Migration Institute.
Special Issues/Edited Volumes
Marc Helbling and Ines Michalowski (eds.) (2017): “Immigration and Citizenship Policy Indices: Effects and Consequences”, Comparative Political Studies 50(1). Link.
Marc Helbling, Liv Bjerre, Friederike Römer and Malisa Zobel (eds.) (2013): “How to measure immigration policies”, Migration and Citizenship. Newsletter of the American Political Science Association. Organized Section on Migration and Citizenship, 1(2). Link.
Maarten Vink and Marc Helbling (eds.) (2013): “The Use and Misuse of Policy Indices in the Domain of Citizenship and Integration”, Comparative European Politics 11(5). Link.
Rainer Bauböck and Marc Helbling (2011) (eds.): Which indicators are most useful for comparing citizenship policies? RSCAS Working Paper 2011/54 (European University Institute, Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies, EUDO Citizenship Observatory). Link.
Work in Progress
Marc Helbling, Stephan Simon and Samuel Schmid (2019): “Restricting immigration to foster migrant integration? A comparative study”. (R&R, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies).
Stephan Simon (2019): “How do immigration policies affect social trust, political trust and attitudes toward immigrants?”.
Samuel Schmid (2019): “Beyond the Liberal Paradox? Mapping Entry and Membership Regimes in 20 Democracies 1980-2010”.
Samuel Schmid (2019): “Open Borders versus Inclusive Citizenship? The Relationship Between Entry and Membership Regimes Across Institutional Contexts in 20 Democracies 1980-2010”.