Julie Vullnetari
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Transnational migration
T Faist
The Wiley‐Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization, 2012
Orphan pensioners and migrating grandparents: the impact of mass migration on older people in rural Albania
R King, J Vullnetari
Ageing & Society 26 (5), 783-816, 2006
Migration and development in Albania
R King, J Vullnetari
University of Sussex, 2003
Albanian migration and development: state of the art review
J Vullnetari
IMISCOE (International Migration, Integration and Social Cohesion), 2007
‘Does your granny eat grass?’On mass migration, care drain and the fate of older people in rural Albania
J Vullnetari, R King
Global Networks 8 (2), 139-171, 2008
Internal and international migration: Bridging the theoretical divide
R King, R Skeldon, J Vullnetari
University of Sussex, 2008
The migration and well‐being of the zero generation: Transgenerational care, grandparenting, and loneliness amongst Albanian older people
R King, E Cela, T Fokkema, J Vullnetari
Population, Space and Place 20 (8), 728-738, 2014
The intersections of gender and generation in Albanian migration, remittances and transnational care
R King, J Vullnetari
Geografiska Annaler: series B, human geography 91 (1), 19-38, 2009
Albania on the move: Links between internal and international migration
J Vullnetari
Amsterdam University Press, 2012
Remittances, gender and development: Albania's society and economy in transition
J Vullnetari, R King
IB Tauris, 2011
Unpacking the ageing–migration nexus and challenging the vulnerability trope
R King, A Lulle, D Sampaio, J Vullnetari
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 43 (2), 182-198, 2017
Gendered relations and filial duties along the Greek-Albanian remittance corridor
R King, A Castaldo, J Vullnetari
Economic Geography 87 (4), 393-419, 2011
Remittances, return, diaspora: framing the debate in the context of Albania and Kosova
R King, J Vullnetari
Southeast European and Black Sea Studies 9 (4), 385-406, 2009
Migration, development, gender and the ‘black box’of remittances: Comparative findings from Albania and Ecuador
R King, D Mata-Codesal, J Vullnetari
Comparative Migration Studies 1 (1), 69-96, 2013
Women and migration in Albania: A view from the village
J Vullnetari
International Migration 50 (5), 169-188, 2012
A population on the move: migration and gender relations in Albania
R King, J Vullnetari
Cambridge journal of regions, economy and society 5 (2), 207-220, 2012
Albanian migration and its effects in comparative perspective
R King, E Uruci, J Vullnetari
Journal of Balkan and Near Eastern Studies 13 (3), 269-286, 2011
Gender and remittances in Albania: or why ‘Are women better remitters than men?’is not the right question
R King, J Vullnetari
University of Sussex, 2010
‘Washing men's feet’: gender, care and migration in Albania during and after communism
J Vullnetari, R King
Gender, Place & Culture 23 (2), 198-215, 2016
Gendering remittances in Albania: a human and social development perspective
J Vullnetari, R King
Gender & development 19 (1), 39-51, 2011
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