Micheline van Riemsdijk, Department of Social and Economic Geography, Uppsala University, and Linn Axelsson, Department of Human Geography, Stockholm University, are editors for the special issue on labour market integration of highly skilled refugees in International Migration.

"Introduction to special issue: Labour market integration of highly skilled refugees in Sweden, Germany and The Netherlands" is written by Micheline van Riemsdijk and Linn Axelsson.


Andersson, P., 2020. Recognition of prior learning for highly skilled refugees’ labour market integration

Sommer, I., 2021. Recognition of foreign qualifications in Germany: Selectivity and power in re-making professionals

Qi, H., Irastorza, N., Emilsson, H., Bevelander, P., 2021. Integration policy and refugees’ economic performance: Evidence from Sweden’s 2010 reform of the introduction programme

Miltenburg, E., Dagevos, J., 2020. Looking beyond employment: Participation profiles of Syrian refugees in the Netherlands

de Lange, T., Berntsen, L., Hanoeman, R., Haidar, O., 2020. Highly skilled entrepreneurial refugees: Legal and practical barriers and enablers to start up in the Netherlands.

Ghorashi, H., 2020. Failed promise of equality: Iranian women’s integration in the Netherlands.

Khan‐Gökkaya, S., Mösko, M., 2020. Labour market integration of refugee health professionals in Germany: Challenges and strategies

Mozetič, K., 2020. Cartographers of their futures: The formation of occupational aspirations of highly educated refugees in Malmö and Munich.