• Bartram, David; Poros, Maritsa; Monforte, Pierre (2014) Key Concepts in Migration (London: Sage Publications).
  • 2005. International Labor Migration: Foreign Workers and Public Policy (New York, NY: Palgrave Macmillan).

Journal articles

  • 2016. “Macro-conditions and immigrants' happiness: Is moving to a wealthy country all that matters?”  Social Science Research, 56, pp. 90-107.  Authors: Martijn Hendriks, David Bartram.
  • 2015. 'Forced migration and "rejected alternatives": a conceptual refinement', Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 13(4), pp. 439-56 [link]
  • 2015. 'Inverting the logic of economic migration: Happiness among migrants moving from wealthier to poorer countries in Europe', Journal of Happiness Studies, 16(5), pp. 1211-30 [link]
  • 2013. 'Migration, Return and Happiness in Romania', European Societies, 15(3), pp. 408-422. [link]
  • 2013. 'Happiness and ‘Economic Migration’: A Comparison of Eastern European Migrants and Stayers', Migration Studies, 1(2), pp. 156-175. [link]
  • 2012. 'Elements of a Sociological Contribution to Happiness Studies', Sociology Compass, 6(8), August, pp. 644-656. [link]
  • 2011. 'Economic Migration and Happiness: Comparing Immigrants' and Natives' Happiness Gains from Income', Social Indicators Research, 103(1), pp. 57-76. [link]
  • 2011. 'Migration, Ethno-nationalist Destinations, and Social Divisions: Non-Jewish Immigrants in Israel', Ethnopolitics, 10(2), pp. 235-252. [link]
  • 2010. 'International Migration, Open Borders Debates, and Happiness', International Studies Review, 23(2), pp. 339-361. [link]
  • 2010. 'The Normative Basis of 'Policy Implications': Reflections on International Labour Migration', Work, Employment and Society, 24(2), pp. 355-365. [link]
  • 2007. 'Conspicuous By Their Absence: Why Are There So Few Foreign Workers in Finland?', Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 33(5), July, pp. 767-782. [link]
  • 2005. 'Cultural Dimensions of Workfare and Welfare', Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis, 7(3), September, pp. 233-247. [link]
  • 2005. 'Une Absence Remarquée: Pourquoi si peu de travailleurs étrangers en Finlande?' Migrations Société, 17(102), pp. 125-145.
  • 2004. 'Labor Migration Policy and the Governance of the Construction Industry in Israel and Japan', Politics and Society, 32(2), pp. 131-170. [link]
  • 2000. 'Japan and Labor Migration: Theoretical and Methodological Implications of Negative Cases', International Migration Review, 34(1), Spring, pp. 5-32. [link]
  • 2000. 'Foreign Workers, Refugees, and Prospects for an Israeli-Palestinian Agreement', Development, 43(3), pp. 72-78.
  • 1998. 'Foreign Workers in Israel: History and Theory', International Migration Review, 32(2), Summer, pp. 303-325. [link]

Book chapters

  • 2017. “International Migration Decisions and Happiness: The Migration Happiness Atlas as a Community Development Initiative.” The Routledge Handbook of Community Development, Sue Kenny, Brian McGrath, and Rhonda Phillips (eds). London: Routledge. Authors: Martijn Hendriks, Kai Ludwigs, David Bartram.
  • 2016. “Happiness.”  Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology, George Ritzer (ed).  Hoboken: Wiley-Blackwell.
  • 2015. “Migration and Quality of Life in the Global Context.” In W. Glatzer (Ed.), Global Handbook of Wellbeing and Quality of Life. Dordrecht: Springer.
  • 2013. “Understanding Migration, Happiness and Well-being.”  World Migration Report 2013.  Geneva: International Organization for Migration.
  • 2012. 'Migration, Methods and Innovation', in Vargas-Silva, Carlos (ed.) Handbook of Research Methods in Migration (Cheltenham: Edward Elgar), pp. 50-68.
  • 2008. 'Immigrants and Natives in Tel Aviv: What's the Difference?' in Price, Marie and Benton-Short, Lisa (eds.) Migrants to the Metropolis: The Rise of Immigrant Gateway Cities (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press), chapter 13, pp. 301-321.
  • 2007. 'Igloos in Borneo: Variation and Conceptualization in Research on Foreign Workers', in DeSipio, Louis, Garcia y Griego, Manuel and Kossoudji, Sherrie (eds.) Researching Migration: Stories from the Field (New York, NY: Social Science Research Council). [link]

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