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What drives onward mobility within Europe? The case of Senegalese migrations between France, Italy and Spain
S Toma, E Castagnone
Population 70 (1), 65-95, 2015
86*2015
Gender differences in the role of migrant networks: Comparing Congolese and Senegalese migration flows
S Toma, S Vause
International Migration Review 48 (4), 972-997, 2014
552014
International academic mobility across space and time: The case of Indian academics
M Czaika, S Toma
Population, Space and Place 23 (8), e2069, 2017
352017
The role of migrant networks in the labour market outcomes of Senegalese men: How destination contexts matter
S Toma
Ethnic and Racial Studies 39 (4), 593-613, 2016
302016
L’influence mitigée des migrations masculines sur les activités économiques des femmes «qui restent»: étude de cas dans la vallée du fleuve Sénégal
S Toma
Cahiers québécois de démographie 43 (2), 345-374, 2014
30*2014
Is the feminization of international migration really on the rise? The case of flows from the Democratic Republic of Congo and Senegal
S Vause, S Toma
Population 70 (1), 39-63, 2015
222015
Gender differences in the role of migrant networks in Congolese and Senegalese international migration
S Toma, S Vause
African Migrations Workshop: The Contribution of African Research to …, 2010
222010
On their own? A study of independent versus partner-related migration from the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Senegal
S Toma, S Vause
Journal of Intercultural Studies 34 (5), 533-552, 2013
212013
Can public housing decrease segregation? Lessons and challenges from non-European immigration in France: Can public housing decrease segregation?
G Verdugo, S Toma
Demography 55 (5), 1803-1828, 2018
192018
The role of migration policies in the attraction and retention of international talent: The case of Indian researchers
S Toma, M Villares-Varela
Sociology 53 (1), 52-68, 2019
182019
The role of kin and friends in male and female international mobility from Senegal and DR Congo
S Toma, S Vause
MAFE Working Papier Series, WP 13, 2011
152011
Putting social capital in (a family) perspective: Determinants of labour market outcomes among Senegalese women in Europe
S Toma
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 57 (3), 127-150, 2016
102016
Path-dependency in international academic careers
M Czaika, S Toma
International Migration Institute, 2015
102015
Ties that Bind?: Networks and Gender in International Migration: the Case of Senegal
S Toma
University of Oxford, 2012
92012
Emigration and development in Senegal
S Toma, L Kabbanji
Emigration and diaspora policies in the age of mobility, 157-172, 2017
82017
The role of migration and higher education policies in international academic mobility: The case of Indian researchers
S Toma, M Villares-Varela
International Migration Institute, 2015
62015
Politiques migratoires et sélectivité des migrations étudiantes en France: une approche sociodémographique
L Kabbanji, S Toma
Migrations Société, 37-64, 2020
52020
Internationalization and diversification of academic careers
S Toma, M Villares-Varela, M Czaika
High-Skilled Migration: Drivers and Policies, 146, 2018
52018
Engaging with Its Diaspora: The Case of Senegal
S Toma
Africa and its Global Diaspora, 83-111, 2017
52017
International migrations of Congolese and Senegalese women: New forms of autonomous mobility or persistence of family migration patterns
S Vause, S Toma
Comparative and multi-sited approaches to international migration. Paris: INED, 2012
52012
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