Settlement patterns and residential concentrations of migrants in Russia

Timeframe: December 2018 - present.

Migrants’ integration is strongly associated with their settlement patterns. Among such patterns is the emergence of their residential concentration places. Moreover, such places may strongly differ in terms of mechanisms of their emergence, types of migrants living there, as well as the nature of association between living there and integration. Since 2018 the Group has been researching upon settlement patterns and residential concentrations of migrants in Russia in the international context.

 

Publications:

  1. Egorova, T., Varshaver, E., Ivanova, N. (2020). Formation of Immigrant Neighbourhoods in Sweden: a Case-Study of Rinkeby, Stockholm. Journal of Siberian Federal University. Humanities & Social Sciences, 13(7). [in English]
  2. Varshaver, E., Rocheva, A., Ivanova, N., Ermakova M. (2020).  Residential Concentrations of Migrants in Russian Cities: Is There a Pattern?. The Russian Sociological Review, 19(2), 225-253. [in Russian]
  3. Andreeva A., Ivanova N., Varshaver E. (2020). Do Kotelniki Qualify as an Ethnic And Migrant Enclave? Case-Study of Residents’ Ethnic and Migration Origins in Kotelniki, Moscow’s Satellite City. Urban studies and practices. Online First. [in Russian]
  4. Ermakova M., Varshaver, E., Ivanova, N. (2020). Features of settlement and integration of migrants in Moscow and Moscow region. RUDN Journal of Sociology (Vestnik Rossiiskogo universiteta druzhby narodovSeriyaSotsiologiya), 20(2), 363-381. [in Russian]
  5. Varshaver, E., Rocheva, A., Andreeva A., Ivanova, N. (2020).  Migrants' settlement patterns in global cities and their determinants: Paris, Singapore, Sydney and Moscow. Part II. The Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes Journal, (2), 457-485. [in Russian]
  6. Varshaver, E., Rocheva, A., Ivanova, N. (2019).  Migrants' settlement patterns in global cities and their determinants: Paris, Singapore, Sydney and Moscow. Part I. The Monitoring of Public Opinion: Economic and Social Changes Journal, (6(154)), 479-504. [in Russian]