We are pleased to share the new publication of the Horizon 2020 MATILDE Project, "New Methods and Theory on Immigrant Integration. Insights from Remote and Peripheral Areas", edited by Daniel Rauhut.
Looking beyond migration to urban settings, this book explores integration in remote and peripherical regions. Contributors argue that integration is place-dependent, and develop new theories, methodologies, and policies that address the specific dynamics of migration to remote and peripheral regions.
Contributors include: Simone Baglioni, Michele Bianchi, Maria Luisa Caputo, Nuria Del Olmo-Vicén, Marika Gruber, Ayhan Kaya, Jussi P. Laine, Raúl Lardiés-Bosque, Zuzana Macuchova, Daniel Rauhut, Susanne Stenbacka