Labour migration, immigration policy, social integration, migrant rights, social protection, trade unions, welfare state, public opinion and political preferences, voting rights
Peer reviews and mutual learning activities in the fields of employment, social affairs and inclusion
Supporting INclusive development of community-based long-term CARE services through multi-stakeholder participatory approaches
External expertise for the project “FELM” - Better Functioning of the European Construction Labour Market
Kayran, E. and Mosimann, N. (2023). Trade Union Power and Welfare Equality between Foreign and Native Workers in Advanced Democracies. Unequal Democracies Working Paper no. 45. University of Geneva.
Danaj, S., Kayran, E. N., & Geyer, L. (2023). The motility of posted workers during the COVID-19 pandemic: policies, trends and worker experiences in Austria. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, Forthcoming.
Kayran, E. (2022). Labour Market Institutions and Immigration Policy Attitudes: The Moderated Impact of Economic Vulnerability. Nations & Nationalism, Forthcoming.
Kayran, E. and A. L. Nadler (2022). Non-citizen Voting Rights and Political Participation of Citizens: Evidence from Switzerland. European Political Science Review, Forthcoming.
Kayran, E. and M. Kolbe (2022). Institutional Sources of Trust Resilience in Diverse Societies: The Mitigating Role of Inclusive and Egalitarian Welfare State Institutions. in The Handbook on Migration and Welfare, ed. Markus Crepaz. Chapter 14 (pp. 276-296), Edward Edgar.
Kayran, E. and M. Erdilmen (2021). When Do States Give Voting Rights to Non-Citizens? The Role of Population, Policy, and Politics on the Timing of Enfranchisement Reforms in Liberal Democracies. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 47 (13): 2855-2876.
Kayran, E. (2020). Group Conflict Theory Revisited: Economic Risk within the In-Group and Reactions to Immigration. Unequal Democracies Working Paper no. 21. University of Geneva.
Kolbe, M. and E. Kayran (2019). The Limits of Skill-Selective Migration Policies: Welfare States and the Commodification of Labour Immigrants. Journal of European Social Policy 29 (4): 478-497.