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Books
Cangia, F. (2013). Performing the Buraku. Narratives on Cultures and Everyday Life in Contemporary Japan. Münster: LIT Verlag.
   
Riaño, Y., & Dahinden, J. (2010). Zwangsheirat: hintergründe, massnahmen, lokale und transnationale dynamiken (Forced Marriage: Background, Policies, Local and Transnational Dynamics). Zürich: Seismo Verlag.
   
Journal volumes
Achermann, C., Bertrand, A. L., Miaz, J., & Rezzonico, L. (Eds.). (2019). Die ausländerrechtliche Administrativhaft in Zahlen (Vol. 12). Neuchâtel: NCCR On the move.
   
Achermann, C., Bertrand, A. L., Miaz, J., & Rezzonico, L. (Eds.). (2019). Administrative Detention of Foreign Nationals in Figures (Vol. 12). Neuchâtel: NCCR On the move.
   
Achermann, C., Bertrand, A. L., Miaz, J., & Rezzonico, L. (Eds.). (2019). La détention administrative de personnes étrangères en chiffres (Vol. 12). Neuchâtel: NCCR On the move.
   
Book chapters
Cangia, F., Zittoun, T., & Levitan, D. (2019). Work and geographical mobility: the case of the male accompanying spouses. In P. F. Bendassoli (Ed.), Culture, work and psychology: Invitations to dialogue (pp. 161-184). Charlotte, N.C.: Information Age Publishing.
   
Brulé, G., Ravazzini, L., & Suter, C. (2019). The four types of wealth and happiness: how different forms of wealth affect the subjective well-being of the eldely in Europe. In G. Brulé & C. Suter (Eds.), Wealth(s) and happiness (Vol. 78, pp. 1-2). Switzerland AG: Springer.
   
Ravazzini, L., & Piekalkiewicz , M. (2019). With whom do we compare our income? The effect of gendered income comparisons on subjective well-being. In A. Bianco, P. Conigliaro & M. Gnaldi (Eds.), Italian Studies on Quality of Life (Vol. 77, pp. 145-164). The Nethederlands: Springer.
   
Ravazzini, L., & Kuhn, U. (2018). Wealth, Savings and Children among Swiss, German and Australian Families. In R. Tillman, M. Voorpostel & P. Farago (Eds.), Social Dynamics in Swiss Society: Empirical Studies Based on the Swiss Household Panel (pp. 161-174). Cham: Springer.
   
Levitan, D., Zittoun, T., & Cangia, F. (2018). Relocation services for families in geographical itinerancy: beyond the “cultural problem”. In S. Schliewe, N. Chaudhary & G. Marsico (Eds.), Cultural Psychology of Intervention in the Globalized World (pp. 197-219). Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishing.
   
Riaño, Y. (2017). Conceptualising Space in Transnational Migration Studies. A Critical Perspective. In Border Transgression. Mobility and Mobilization in Crisis (pp. 35-48). Bonn: Bonn University press. V&R Academic.
   
Suter, C., Beycan, T., & Ravazzini, L. (2017). Sociological Perspectives on Poverty. In K. Odell Korgen (Ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Sociology (pp. 388-396). New York: Cambridge University Press.
   
Ravazzini, L., & Suter, C. (2016). Ségrégation ou intégration ? L’intensité de la ségrégation sur le marché du travail neuchâtelois, romand et suisse et ses changements depuis les années 1990. In Etre Neuchâtelois : les visages du canton de Neuchâtel au fil de la migration, Cahier de l’Institut neuchâtelois (Vol. 36, pp. 129-144). Le Locle: Editions G d'Encre.
   
Suter, C., Kuhn, U., Gazareth, P., Crettaz, E., & Ravazzini, L. (2016). Considering the various data sources, survey types and indicators: To what extent do conclusions regarding changing income inequality in Switzerland since the early 1990s converge?. In A. Franzen, B. Jann, C. Joppke & E. Widmer (Eds.), Inequality and Integration in Times of Crisis (pp. 153-183). Zürich: Seismo.
   
Riaño, Y. (2015). Latin American Women who Migrate for Love: Imagining European Men as Ideal Partners. In B. Enguix & J. Roca (Eds.), Rethinking Romantic Love. Discussions, Imaginaries and Practices (pp. 45-60). Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
   
Riaño, Y., Spörri, D., & Wastl-Walter, D. (2014). Einkaufszentrum Westside Bern - Seine Bedeutung aus der Sicht von BenutzerInnen. In E. Bäschlin, H. Meyer & M. Hasler (Eds.), Bern Stadt und Region. Die Entwicklung im Spiegel der Forschung (Vol. Band 64, pp. 151-186). Bern: Jahrbuch Geographische Gesellschaft.
   
Baghdadi, N., & Riaño, Y. (2014). Familie und Beruf vereinbaren? Vorstellungen und Strategien hochqualifizierter Migrant/innen. In Vielfältig alltäglich: Migration und Geschlecht in der Schweiz (pp. 36-57). Zürich: Seismo Verlag, Reihe Geschlechterfragen.
   
Riaño, Y. (2014). Highly Skilled Migrant Women: Dual Career Households, Family Considerations and Gender Roles. In Harnessing Knowledge on the Migration of Highly Skilled Women (pp. 78-85). International Organization for Migration (IOM) and OECD Development Centre.
   
Simona, J., Pecoraro, M., & Ruedin, D. (2014). The Gender Gap in Mental Health: Immigrants in Switzerland. In Women’s Mental Health: International Perspectives on Resistance and Resilience in Community and Society (pp. 1-2). New York: Springer.
   
Riaño, Y. (2012). La producción de conocimiento como "minga". Co-determinación y reciprocidad en la investigación con mujeres migrantes de América Latina, Medio oriente y Europa suroriental en Suiza. In S. Corona & O. Kaltmeier (Eds.), En diálogo. Metodologías horizontales en Ciencias Sociales y Culturales (pp. 137-160). Barcelona: Editorial Gedisa.
   
Riaño, Y. (2012). Zwangsheirat: Generationenkonflikte und geschlechtsspezifische Handlungsspielräume. In M. Bereswill, P. Rieker & A. Schnitzer (Eds.), Migration und Geschlecht - theoretische Annäherungen und empirische Befunde (pp. 163-191). Weinheim/München: Juventa Verlag.
   
Riaño, Y. (2012). Die Produktion von Wissen als Minga: Ungleiche Arbeitsbeziehungen zwischenForschenden und "Beforschten" überwinden?. In S. C. Berkin & O. Kaltmeier (Eds.), Methoden dekolonialisieren. Eine Werkzeugkiste zur Demokratisierung der Sozial- und Kulturwissenschaften (pp. 120-144). Münster: Verlag Westfälisches Dampfboot.
   
Zanella, A. V., Furtado, J. R., Almeida, G. B. d., Levitan, D., & Assis, N. d. (2012). Jovens na cidade: arte, política e resistências. In Juventude e a experiência da política no contemporâneo. (1ed ed., Vol. único, pp. 121-142). Rio de Janeiro: Contra Capa.
   
Pecoraro, M. (2012). Rester ou partir : les déterminants de l’émigration hors de Suisse. In La démographie des étrangers en Suisse (pp. 141-155). Zurich et Genève: Seismo.
   
Pecoraro, M. (2012). Devenir Suisse. Les facteurs intervenant dans le choix de se naturaliser. In La démographie des étrangers en Suisse (pp. 156-173). Zurich et Genève: Seismo.
   
Riaño, Y. (2011). Barrieren aufbrechen: Erfahrungen und Strategien von qualifizierten Migrantinnen beim Zugang zum Schweizer Arbeitsmarkt. In F. Hillmann & D. Wastl-Walter (Eds.), Geschlechtsspezifische Migration. Berichte zur deutschen Landeskunde (Vol. 85, pp. 25-48). Leipzig: Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde.
   
Riaño, Y. (2011). "He's the Swiss Citizen, I'm the Foreign Spouse": Binational Marriages and the Impact of Family-Related Migration Policies on Social Integration and Gender Relations. In A. Kraler, E. Kofman, M. Kohli & C. Schmoll (Eds.), Gender, Generations, and the Family in International Migration (pp. 265-283). Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
   
Riaño, Y. (2011). Addressing Urban Fear and Violence in Bogotá through the Culture of Citizenship: Scope and Challenges of Unique Approach. In M. Butler, J. M. Gurr & O. Kaltmeier (Eds.), EthniCities: Metropolitan Cultures and Ethnic Identities in the Americas (pp. 209-226). Trier: Bilingual Review Press (Arizona State University) and Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (WVT).
   
Riaño, Y., & Baghdadi, N. (2010). Negotiating Spaces of Participation: Experiences and Strategies of Skilled Immigrant Women to Achieve Professional Integration. In E. H. Oleksy, D. Golanska & J. Hearn (Eds.), Gender and Citizenship: Equality, Diversity, Migration (pp. 176-196). Basington: Palgrave MacMillan.
   
Pecoraro, M. (2010). Highly skilled migrants in the Swiss labour market, with a special focus on migrants from developing countries. In Scientific diasporas as development partners. Skilled migrants from Colombia, India and South Africa in Switzerland: Empirical evidence and policy responses (pp. 179-195). Bern: Peter Lang Publishers.
   
Riaño, Y., & Reist, D. (2008). Hablando de aquí y de allá: patrones de comunicación transnacional entre migrantes y sus familiares. In G. Herrera & J. Ramírez (Eds.), América Latina migrante: Estado, familia, identidades (pp. 303-323). Quito: FLACSO.
   
Riaño, Y. (2007). Migration des femmes latino-américaines universitaires en Suisse. Géographies migratoires, motifs de migration et questions de genre. In C. Bolzman, M. Carbajl & G. Mainardi (Eds.), La Suisse au rythme latino. Dynamiques migratoires des Latino-Américains (pp. 115-136). Genève: IES Editions.
   
Riaño, Y., & Baghdadi, N. (2007). Warum können qualifizierte Migrantinnen ihre Ressourcen nicht besser in den Arbeitsmarkt einbringen. In A. Bächtold & L. v. Mandach (Eds.), Integration und Ausschluss in der Arbeitswelt (Integration and Exclusion in the Labour Market) (pp. 102-113). Zürich: Seismo Verlag.
   
Riaño, Y. (2005). Women on the Move to Europe. A Review of the Literature on Gender and Migration. In M. G. d. Marroni & G. Salgado (Eds.), Latinamerican Diaspora: Migration within a Globalized World (pp. 207-238). Puebla: Instituto de Ciencias Sociales y Humanidades, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla. Japan External Trade Organization.
   
Pecoraro, M. (2005). Les migrants hautement qualifiés. In Migrants et marché du travail en Suisse (pp. 71-108). Neuchâtel: OFS.
   
Wanner, P., Pecoraro, M., & Fibbi, R. (2005). Femmes étrangères et marché du travail. In Migrants et marché du travail: compétences et insertion professionnelle des personnes d’origine étrangère en Suisse (pp. 17-38). Neuchâtel: OFS.
   
Riaño, Y. (2003). Migration of Skilled Latin American Women to Switzerland and Their Struggle for Social Integration. In Y. Mutsuo (Ed.), Latin American Emigration: Interregional Comparison among North America, Europe and Japan. JCAS Symposium Series 19 (pp. 313-343). Osaka: Japan Centre for Area Studies, National Museum of Ethnoglogy.
   
Journal Articles
Brulé, G., Ravazzini, L., & Suter, C. (2019). Inégalités de patrimoine et bien-être subjectif chez les seniors en Europe. Revue Européenne des Sciences Sociales, 57(2), 81-110.
   
Cangia, F. (2019). “Switzerland Doesn’t Want Me” - Work, Precarity and Emotions for Mobile Professionals’ Partners. Migration Letters, 16(2), 207-2017.
   
Zittoun, T., & Levitan, D. (2019). A sociocultural psychology of repeated mobility: dialogical challenges / Una psicología sociocultural de la movilidad repetida: desafíos dialógicos. Estudios de Psicología, On line first, 1-28.
   
Ravazzini, L., Kuhn, U., Brulé, G., & Suter, C. (2019). Comparison of survey data on wealth in Switzerland. Journal of Economic and Social Measurement, 01, 01-02.
   
Riaño, Y., Van Mol, C., & Raghuram, P. (2018). New directions in studying policies of international student mobility and migration. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 16(3), 283-294.
   
Riaño, Y., Lombard, A., & Piguet, E. (2018). How to explain migration policy openness in times of closure? The case of international students in Switzerland. Globalisation, Societies and Education, 16(3), 295-307.
   
Zittoun, T., Levitan, D., & Cangia, F. (2018). A sociocultural approach to mobile families: A case study. Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 24(4), 424-432.
   
Simona, J., & Ravazzini, L. (2018). From one recession to another: Longitudinal impacts on the quality of life of vulnerable groups. Social Indicators Research, 1(1), 1-2.
   
Cangia, F. (2018). Precarity, Imagination, and the Mobile Life of the ‘Trailing Spouse’. Ethos, 46(1), 8-26.
   
Cangia, F., Levitan, D., & Zittoun, T. (2018). Family, Boundaries and Transformation. The International Mobility of Professionals and Their Families. Migration Letters, 15(1), 17-31.
   
Cangia, F., & Zittoun, T. (2018). Editorial: When Expatriation is a Matter of Family. Opportunities, Barriers and Intimacies in International Mobility. Migration Letters, 15(1), 1-16.
   
Ravazzini, L. (2018). Childcare and Maternal Part-Time Employment: A Natural Experiment Using Swiss Cantons. Swiss Journal of Economics and Statistics, 154(15), 1-2.
   
Ravazzini, L., & Chesters, J. (2018). Inequality and Wealth: Comparing the Gender Wealth Gap in Switzerland and Australia. Feminist Economics, 24(4), 83-107.
   
Renggli, C., & Riaño, Y. (2017). Mobilité étudiante internationale: raisons d'étudier en Suisse, stratégies, expériences et projets d'avenir. Géo-Regards, revue neuchâteloise de géographie, 10, 71-91.
   
Gillabert , M. ., & Riaño, Y. (2017). Représenter les étudiant·e·s extra-européen·ne·s dans le discours politique suisse (1900-2015): garantie de compétitivité internationale ou concurrence à refréner ?. Géo-Regards, Revue neuchâteloise de géographie, 10, 11-29.
   
Gillabert , M. ., Piguet, E., & Riaño, Y. (2017). Les étudiants internationaux: acteurs peu connus de la globalisation migratoire. Géo-Regards, Revue neuchâteloise de géographie, 10, 5-10.
   
Cangia, F. (2017). (Im)Mobility and the Emotional Life of the Expat Spouses. Emotion, Space and Society, 25, 22-28.
   
Ravazzini, L., Kuhn, U., & Suter, C. (2017). Do opposites attract? Educational assortative mating and dynamics of wage homogamy in Switzerland 1992-2014. Swiss Journal of Sociology, 43(3), 567-586.
   
Ravazzini, L., & Chávez-Juárez, F. (2017). Which Inequality Makes People Dissatisfied with Their Lives? Evidence of the Link between Life Satisfaction and Inequalities. Social Indicators Research, 137(3), 1119-1143.
   
Kuhn, U., & Ravazzini, L. (2017). The Impact of Female Labour Force Participation on Household Income Inequality in Switzerland. Swiss Journal of Sociology, 43(1), 115-136.
   
Caretta, M. A., & Riaño, Y. (2016). Feminist participatory methodologies in geography: creating spaces of inclusion. Qualitative Research, 16(3), 258-266.
   
Ravazzini, L. (2016). Strutture d’accoglienza della prima infanzia e opportunità per le donne che lavorano. Dati-Statistiche e Società, XVI(1), 26-35.
   
Zschirnt, E., & Ruedin, D. (2016). Ethnic discrimination in hiring decisions: A meta-analysis of correspondence tests 1990–2015. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 0, 1-1.
   
Pecoraro, M., & Ruedin, D. (2016). A Foreigner Who Doesn’t Steal My Job: The Role of Unemployment Risk and Values in Attitudes towards Equal Opportunities. International Migration Review, 50(3), 628-666.
   
Riaño, Y. (2015). Minga Biographic Workshops with Highly Skilled Migrant Women: Enhancing Spaces of Inclusion. Qualitative Research, 16(3), 267-279.
   
Riaño, Y., Limacher, K., Aschwanden, A., Hirsig, S., & Wastl-Walter, D. (2015). Shaping Gender Inequalities: Critical Moments and Critical Places. Equality, Diversity and Inclusion: An International Journal, Special Issue: Critical Transitions: The (Re-)Production of Gender (In-)Equality in the Life Course, 34(2), 155-167.
   
Ravazzini, L. (2015). Economic Inequalities in Rich Countries: A Review of Recent Publications and Research Directions. Swiss Journal of Sociology, 41(1), 145-150.
   
Riaño, Y. (2014). Migrer par amour: aspiration à l'egalité?. Terra Cognita. Revue Suisse de l'intégration et de la migration, Numéro spécial "L'amour au temps de la migration"(24), 20-23.
   
Cangia, F. (2014). The Hindu Rights Action Force and the Definition of the “Indian Community” in Malaysia. Sociological Research Online, 19(4), 10-20.
   
Cangia, F. (2014). Written Emotional Disclosure and Boundary Making. Minority Children Writing about Discrimination. Multicultural Education Review, 6(2), 25-52.
   
Cangia, F., & Pagani, C. (2014). National Borders and Emotions in Italian Youths' Views on Immigration. Etnofoor, 26(1 Borders), 107-124.
   
Cangia, F., & Pagani, C. (2014). Youths, Cultural Diversity, and Complex Thinking. The Open Psychology Journal, 7, 20-28.
   
Pecoraro, M. (2014). Is there still a wage penalty for being overeducated but wellmatched in skills? A panel data analysis of a Swiss graduate cohort. LABOUR, 28(3), 309-337.
   
Cangia, F. (2013). From Heterotopias to Cultural Landscapes. On Reconstructing Buraku Leather Towns into “Japanese National Spaces”. Urbanities, 3(1), 44-62.
   
Cangia, F. (2013). Images of Edo. Reinterpreting “Japanese History” and the “Buraku” Through Minority Narratives. Contemporary Japan, 25(1), 17-40.
   
Zanella, A. V., Levitan, D., Zanella, A. V., Almeida, G. B. d., & Furtado, J. R. (2012). Sobre ReXistências. Revista Psicologia Política (Impresso), 12, 247-262.
   
Riaño, Y., & Bachmann, S. (2012). Emanzipation von oben: Symbolische Qualitäten des Schweizer Integrationsrechts. Juridikum - Zeitschrift für Kritik, Recht, Gesellschaft., Sonderheft 4: Die symbolische Qualität des Rechts, 496-504.
   
Riaño, Y. (2012). The Invisibility of Family in Studies of Skilled Migration and Brain Drain: Policy Implications. Diversities. UNESCO Special Issue on Skilled migration and the Brain Drain, 14(1), 25-44.
   
Cangia, F. (2012). “Children of Kinegawa” and the Transformation of the “Buraku Identity” in Japan. Childhood, 19(3), 360-374.
   
Levitan, D. (2011). Teatro sem vergonha: jovens, oficinas estéticas e mudanças nas imagens de si mesmo. Psicologia: Ciência e Profissão, 31(1), 66-79.
   
Riaño, Y. (2011). Drawing New Boundaries of Participation: Experiences and Strategies of Economic Citizenship among Skilled Migrant Women in Switzerland. Environment and Planning A, 43, 1530-1546.
   
Levitan, D., Furtado, J. R., & Zanella, A. V. (2009). Jovens, imagens de si e a cidade: discursos em movimento. Journal of Human Growth and Development, 19, 283-296.
   
Cangia, F. (2009). Performing the Buraku Culture. Taiko Drums From Factory to Stage. Phoenix in Domo Foscari, The Online Journal of Oriental Studies, 2, 73-94.
   
Cangia, F. (2008). Buddhismo Giapponese e Diritti Umani. Il Fondamento Religioso del Burakumondai. La Critica Sociologica, 167, 43-55.
   
Riaño, Y., & Baghdadi, N. (2007). Unbekannte Migrantinnen in der Schweiz - Studie zu qualifizierten Frauen aus Lateinamerika, dem Nahen und Mittleren Osten und Südosteuropa. Wiederspruch, 51, 43-51.
   
Riaño, Y., & Baghdadi, N. (2007). Arbeitsmarktpartizipation von gut ausgebildeten Migrantinnen aus Drittstaatländer in der Schweiz. Jurudikum, 2, 87-91.
   
Riaño, Y., & Baghdadi, N. (2007). "Je pensais que je pourrais avoir une relation plus égalitaire avec un européen". Le rôle du genre et des imaginaires géographiques dans la migration des femmes. Nouvelles Questions Féministes (Special issue on "Genre et frontières - frontières de genre"), 26(1), 38-53.
   
Riaño, Y., & Baghdadi, N. (2007). Understanding the Labour Market Participation of Skilled Immigrant Women in Switzerland: The Interplay of class, Ethnicity and Gender. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 8(2), 163-183.
   
Riaño, Y., & Wastl-Walter, D. (2006). Historical Shifts in Asylum Policies in Switzerland: Between Humanitarian Values and the Protection of National Identity. Refugee Watch, Calcutta: A South Asian Journal on Forced Migration, 27, 1-18.
   
Riaño, Y., & Wastl-Walter, D. (2006). Immigration Policies, State Discourses on Foreigners and the Politics of Identity in Switzerland. Environment and Planning A, 38(9), 1693-1713.
   
Riaño, Y., & Baghdadi, N. (2006). Integration und Ausschluss von qualifizierten Migrantinnen aus Ländern ausserhalb der EU in der Schweiz. Qualifizierte Migranten: von der Dequalifizierung zur Entwicklungszusammenarbeit, InterDIALOGOS, 2, 7-11.
   
Scientific reviews
Cangia, F. (2018). Book Review: Julia L. Cassaniti & Usha Menon (Eds). Universalism Without Uniformity. American Ethnologist, 45(4), 569-571.
   
Conference papers
Ravazzini, L., & Suter, C. (2018, 29 November). An intergenerational perspective on the risk of poverty: integrating wealth to measure poverty. Paper presented at UNECE Expert Meeting on Measuring Poverty and Inequality, Vienna.
   
Cangia, F., & Pagani, C. (2013, 25 June). Youths’ Racism and Levels of Complex Thinking. Paper presented at XXXVI Coloquios Internacionales sobre Cerebro y Agresión ( CICA ), Heviz Hungary.
   
Cangia, F. (2013, 19 September). Minority Children’s Narratives and the Transformation of Social Categorization. Paper presented at The International Association for Intercultural Education, Zagreb.
   
Thesis
Lombard, A. (2019). International students in Switzerland : trajectories, stay rates, and intentions for post-graduate mobility. Doctorat, Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel.
   
Levitan, D. (2018). Between continuity and change: a psychosocial perspective of families in repeated international mobility. Doctorat, Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel.
   
Ravazzini, L. (2018). Female labour force participation and dynamics of income inequality in Switzerland, from 1992 to 2014. Doctorat, Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel.
   
Zschirnt, E. (2018). Ethnic discrimination in the Swiss labour market: ethnic hierarchies in correspondence with results. Doctorat, Université de Neuchâtel, Neuchâtel.
   
Pecoraro, M. (2013). Incidence and wage effects of educational mismatch in the Swiss labour market. , Université catholique de Louvain, Louvain-la-Neuve.
   
Working papers
Riaño, Y., Lombard, A., & Piguet, E. (2017). The Global Race for Talent in Switzerland. How to Explain Migration Policy Liberalisation to Allow International Students Staying after Graduation?. Unpublished Working Paper #14. NCCR on the move.
   
Kuhn, U., & Ravazzini, L. (2017). The impact of assortative mating on income inequality in Switzerland. FORS.
   
Pecoraro, M., & Ruedin, D. (2017). The Share of Foreigners in One’s Occupation and Attitudes Towards Foreigners. Unpublished Working Paper. University of Neuchâtel.
   
 
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