The mission of Central and Eastern European Migration Review (CEEMR) is to foster an academic discussion on scholarly works and research pertaining to migration within, into and out of the CEE region. From a comparative perspective, CEEMR addresses a broad range of topics related to international migration including determinants, mechanisms and consequences of international migration, as well as migration policies, migrants’ integration and ethnic relations. CEEMR publishes original, scholarly case studies of CEE countries as well as works taking broader, international and transnational perspectives to examine migratory processes relevant to CEE countries and their citizens, ethnic minorities, institutions, territories, and policies.
Central and Eastern European Migration Review is published by the Centre of Migration Research, University of Warsaw and Polish Academy of Sciences as an online, open-access journal, that appears twice a year. Materials presented in the journal include scientific articles, reviews and research notes. Priority is given to works addressing the CEE region perspective and comparative analyses. However, studies based on original empirical data devoted only to some country-cases also befit the scope of the journal. The language of the contributions is English. Before publication, each submitted paper is subject to a double-blind peer review by two independent experts. We invite economists, sociologists, demographers, political scientists, lawyers, psychologists, historians and anthropologists to submit their works.
CEEMR is indexed in: CEEOL, CEJSH, ERIH PLUS, Index Copernicus (ICV: 6.45 in 2014) and the Repository of the National Library of Poland.