Transnational Migration Research Group (TMRG)

The Transnational Migration Research Group (TMRG) is formed of academics with a shared teaching/research interest in human mobility, to promote research on migration and migrants.

Recent publications from the group and Regent's Centre for Transnational Studies (RCTS) focused on migration and development, remittances and financial crisis, ethnic segregation and labour markets, cultures of migration, internal mobility and the conflict model of migration. 

RCTS research interests cover:

  • Transnational mobility
  • Transnational social fields
  • Refugees and asylum seekers
  • Remittances and development
  • Remittance flows to and between advanced economies
  • High-skilled migration
  • Migration and development
  • Transnational mobility and labour markets
  • Intra-organisation transfers
  • Ethnic groups and minorities
  • Internal and international movers
  • Mobility and consumption
  • Cultures of migration
  • Transnational communities
  • Movers and non-movers
  • Migration, conflict, environment of insecurity
  • Theory of human mobility
  • Methods in transnational migration research

Stream Researchers

Prof Ibrahim Sirkeci

Last updated: 02 February 2016