Luis E. Guarnizo

 Luis E. Guarnizo

Position

  • Professor; Chair
  • Community and Regional Development

Contact

Interests: Economic Sociology, transnational migration, immigrant entrepreneurs, comparative international development, citizenship

Courses Taught

Comparative Ethnicity (CRD 176)

Transnational Community Development(CRD 180)

The Political Economy of Transnational Migration (CRD 246)

Select Publications

Ali R. Chaudhary & Luis Eduardo Guarnizo (2016): Pakistani immigrant
organisational spaces in Toronto and New York City, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies,
DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2015.1126084

Determinants of transnational political among Dominican and Colombian migrants in Southern Europe.” Working Paper 82, International Migration Institute, University of Oxford (2014).

State Policies and Pakistani Migrant Organisations in Toronto and NYC.” Working Paper 112, International Migration Institute, University of Oxford (2015).

“The Fluid, Multi-Scalar, and Contradictory Construction of Citizenship.” Comparative Urban and Community Research. Forthcoming (2012).

"La migración de la región andina a España: ¿Responsabilidades y beneficios compartidos?" ["Migration from the Andean Region to Spain: SharedResponsibilities and Benefits?"]In La Región Andina y España: hacia una reformulación de sus relaciones - Relatoria. Forthcoming (2012). Quito, Ecuador: FLACSO.

“Notas sobre la movilidad contemporánea del capital y del trabajo.” ["Notes on the contemporary mobility of labor and capital"] In Migraciones de trabajo y movilidad territorial, edited by Sara María Lara Flores, Mexico DF: Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y Tecnología and Manuel Ángel Porrúa editor. 2010, 47-80.

“Global Mobility, Shifting Borders, and Urban Citizenship.” Tijdschrift voor economische en sociale geografie (Journal of Economic and Social Geography), 100(5): 610-622, 2009 (With Michael Peter Smith).

Londres Latina: la presencia colombiana en la capital británica. Mexico City: Porrúa Editores, 2008

"Colombia." In The New Americans - A Guide to Immigration since 1965, edited by Mary C. Waters and Reed Ueda, Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press. Pp. 371-385 (With Marilyn Espitia), 2007.

"El Estado y la Migración Global Colombiana." Migración y Desarrollo, 2006, No. 6:79-101, Primer Semestre.

"Migration and Development: Lessons from the Mexican Experience." (With Raúl Delgado-Wise). Migration Policy Institute - electronic journal. February 1, 2007. http://www.migrationinformation.org/Feature/print.cfm?ID=581

The Economics of Transnational Living, International Migration Review, vol 37(3):666-699, 2003.

Assimilation and Transnationalism: Determinants of Transnational Political Action among Contemporary Migrants(with Alejandro Portes and William Haller,. American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 108(6: 1211-48, May, 2003.

Transnational Entrepreneurs: The Emergence and Determinants of an Alternative From of Immigrant Economic Adaptation (with Alejandro Portes and Willliam Haller). American Sociological Review, vol 67:278-298, 2002.

On the Political Participation of Transnational Migrants: Old Practices and New Trends. In Gary Gerstle and John Mollenkopf (eds), E Pluribus Unum? Contemporary and Historical Perspectives on Immigrant Political Incorporation. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. Pp. 213-263, 2001.

Mistrust, Fragmented Solidarity, and Transnational Migration: Colombians in New York and in Los Angeles. (With Arturo I. Sanchez and Elizabeth Roach). Ethnic and Racial Studies, col 22(2), March 1999.

Transnational Migration: A View from Colombia. (With Luz Marina Díaz). Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol. 22(2), March 1999.

The Study of Tranationalism: Pitfalls and Promise of an Emergent Research Field. (With Alejandro Portes and Patricia Landolt). Ethnic and Racial Studies, vol 22(2), March 1999.

Transnational Communities. Special Issue of the journal, Ethnic and Racial Studies. (Guest co-editor with Alejandro Portes and Patricia Landolt), vol. 22(2), March 1999.

The Rise of Trasnational Social Formations: Mexican and Dominican State Responses to Transnational Migration. Political Power and Social Theory. Vol. 12, pp. 45-94, 1998.

The Locations of Transnationalism. (With Michael Peter Smith). Transnationalism from Below. Comparative Urban and Community Research. v.6, pp. 3-34. Michael Peter Smith and Luis Eduardo Guarnizo (co-eds.), 1998.

Transnationalism from Below. Special Issue Comparative Urban and Community Research. v.6 (coeditor with Michael Peter Smith), 1998.

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