0033Peer-Reviewed Articles

Elrick, J. and E. Winter. (2017). ‘Managing The National Status Group: Immigration Policy in Germany.’ International Migration. DOI: 10.1111/imig.12400

Elrick, J. (2016). ‘Screening, Skills and Cultural Fit: Theorizing Immigrant Skill Utilization From an Organizational Perspective.’ Journal of International Migration and Integration 17 (3): 801-817.

Elrick, J. and N. Lightman (2016). ‘Sorting or Shaping? The Gendered Economic Outcomes of Immigration Policy in Canada.’ International Migration Review 15 (2): 352-384.

Elrick, J. and L. Schwartzman (2015). ‘From Statistical Category to Social Category: Organized Politics and Official Categorizations of “Persons with a Migration Background” in Germany.’ Ethnic and Racial Studies. 38(9): 1539-1556.

Elrick, J., Schneiderhan, E. and S. Khan (2014). ‘Talking Like a Generation: The “Documentary” Meaning of Ethnicity for Aging Minority Britons.’ Sociology. 48(6): 1173-1189.

Reitz, J., Curtis, J. and J. Elrick (2014). ‘Immigrant Skill Utilization: Trends and Policy Issues.’ Journal of International Migration and Integration 15(1): 1-26.

Schneiderhan, E., Khan, S. and J. Elrick (2014). ‘Deliberation and Ethnicity.’ Sociological Forum 29 (4): 791-807.

Other Peer-Reviewed Publications

Elrick, J. and E. Schneiderhan (2018). ‘Using Focus Groups and a Documentary Method to Operationalize Ethnic Identity in Research on Minority Populations.’ SAGE Research Method Cases. DOI:

Book Chapters

Ritz, J., Curtis, J. and J. Elrick (2017). ‘Immigrant Skill Utilization: Trends and Policy Issues.’ In V. Esses and D. Abelson (Eds.), Twenty-First-Century Immigration to North America: Newcomers in Turbulent Times (pp. 118-154). Montreal and Kingston: McGill-Queen’s University Press.

Elrick, J. (2006). ‘Die Politik der Bundesrepublik Deutschland gegenüber ihrer Diaspora im Osten [The Federal Republic of Germany’s Policy Toward the German Diaspora in the East].’ In J. Frelak, P. Hut (Eds.), The Policies of Poland and Germany Towards Their Diasporas in the East (pp. 28-81). Warsaw: Institute of Public Affairs (IPA).

Elrick, J. (2005). ‘Zuwanderer, Migranten und andere Kategorien: soziale Zuschreibungs- und Definitionsprozesse und ihre Implikationen in der amtlichen Statistik[Immigrants, Migrants and Other Categories: Processes of Social Categorization in Official Statistics].’ In L. Pries (Ed.), Zwischen den Welten und amtlichen Zuschreibungen – Neue Formen und Herausforderungen der Arbeitsmigration im 21. Jahrhundert [Caught Between Worlds and Official Definitions: New Forms of Labour Migration and Resulting Challenges for the 21st Century] (pp. 179-198). Essen: Klartext-Verlag.

Elrick, J. (2005). ‘Constructing Immigrants: Labour Migrants in Official Statistics in Germany and Canada.’ In T. Geisen (Ed.), Arbeitsmigration: WanderarbeiterInnen auf dem Weltmarkt für Arbeitskraft [Labour Migration: Mobile Workers on the Global Labour Market] (pp. 107-124). Frankfurt/Main: IKO – Verlag für Interkulturelle Kommunikation.

Other Publications

Korteweg, A. and J. Elrick (2014). Citizenship Research Synthesis 2009-2013. CERIS Research Synthesis Report. Commissioned by the Government of Canada, Department of Citizenship and Immigration (CIC). Toronto: Centre of Excellence for Research on Immigration and Settlement (CERIS).

Elrick, J. (2013). Country Profile: Canada. Country Profile Series on Immigration and Integration. German Federal Agency for Civic Education (bpb).

Elrick, J. (2005). ‘Foreigners, Immigrants, and “Persons with a Migration Background”: What Kind of Official Data are Needed in Germany?’ soFid Migration und ethnische Minderheiten 2005/2: 7-15.


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