- IMI Fellow
Evelyn Ersanilli is a senior researcher at the department of Political Science at the University of Amsterdam.
In 2017 she received a Starting Grant from the European Research Council for the RIGHTS project (2018-2023) which will examine why and how origin countries negotiate over the rights of their low skilled workers abroad, and the responses of destination countries.
Evelyn has a PhD in Sociology from the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and an MSc in Interdisciplinary Social Sciences from Utrecht University. She previously worked at the WZB Berlin Social Science Research Centre, the International Migration Institute at the University of Oxford and the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam.
Her research interests are migrant rights, immigrant integration, citizenship, and migrant families.
Netherlands: Migration Profile
Evelyn Ersanilli, (2014), focus Migration, 11
Spousal Choice among the Children of Turkish and Moroccan Immigrants in Six European Countries: Transnational Spouse or Co-ethnic Migrant?
Sarah Carol et al, (2014), International Migration Review, 48 (2), 387 - 414
The Six Country Immigrant Integration Comparative Study
Evelyn Ersanilli and Ruud Koopmans, (2013), WZB Discussion Paper, SP VI 2013–102
Evelyn Ersanilli, (2012), EUMAGINE Project Paper, 7
Model(ling) citizens? Integration Policies and Value Integration of Turkish Immigrants and Their Descendants in Germany, France, and the Netherlands
Evelyn Ersanilli, (2012), Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies, 10 (3), 338 - 358