Working Paper Series

Editorial note: Working papers up to No. 9 were edited in the Hamburg Institute of International Economics in the framework of the project CLANDESTINO (WP 1-4) and Global Challenges (WP 5-9). The working paper series is continued by a voluntary editorial team. Contact database coordinators if you are interested in publishing a working paper.


Kraler, Albert and Madalina Rogoz (2011): Irregular migration in the European Union since the turn of the millennium –development, economic background and discussion, Database on Irregular Migration, Working paper No. 10 

Ugba, A. (2010): Irregular migration in the United Kingdom since the turn of the millennium ? development, economic background and discourses, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), Database on Irregular Migration, Working paper No.9

Kovacheva, V. (2010): Security challenges and the composition of irregular resident populations in Europe: overestimating the young men?, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), Database on Irregular Migration, Working paper No.8

Castañeda, A., Valle, A. (2010): Irregular migration in Ecuador since the turn of the millennium ? development, economic background and discourses, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), Database on Irregular Migration, Working paper No.7

Godenau, D. (2010): Irregular migration in Spain since the turn of the millennium ? development, economic background and discourses, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), Database on Irregular Migration, Working paper No.6

Kovacheva, V. (2010): Irregular migration in Germany since the turn of the millennium ? development, economic background and discourses, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), Database on Irregular Migration, Working paper No.5

Kovacheva, V., Vogel, D. (2009): The size of the irregular foreign resident population in the European Union in 2002, 2005 and 2008: aggregated estimates, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), Database on Irregular Migration, Working paper No.4 ( Annex 1Annex 2Annex 3)

Vogel, D. (2009): How many irregular residents are there in Germany? Estimates on the basis of police criminal statistics, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), Database on Irregular Migration, Working paper No.3

Jandl, M. (2009): A multiplier estimate of the illegally resident third-country national population in Austria based on crime suspect data, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), Database on Irregular Migration, Working paper No.2

Vogel, D., Kovacheva, V. (2008): Classification report: Quality assessment of estimates on stocks of irregular migrants, Hamburg Institute of International Economics (HWWI), Database on Irregular Migration, Working paper No.1