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Ibrahim Sirkeci

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Research interests

conflict and migrationSyrian migrationTurkish migrationmigration managementtransnational marketingmarket entrylabour marketminoritiesremittancesconsumer behaviourMigration


I am currently working on remittance patterns, migrant integration, conflict model of (cultures of) migration, transnational mobile and connected consumers, transnational market entry mode.

Co-authors (25)

  • sevinç çetinkaya
  • Valentina Di Iasio
  • Mashitah Sabdin
  • Sahver Kuzucuoglu
  • Patricia Scalco
  • Ibrahim Sirkeci

Publications (5)

  • Editorial: Migration and development: Comparing Mexico-US and Turkey-Europe

    • Martin P
    • Sirkeci I
    • Stark E
  • The impact of spatial segregation on the employment outcomes amongst bangladeshi men and women in england and wales

    • Khattab N
    • Johnston R
    • Sirkeci I
    • et al.
  • War in Iraq: Environment of insecurity and international migration

    • Sirkeci I
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  • Variables that explain variation in prenatal care in turkey; social class, education and ethnicity re-visited

    • Cindoglu D
    • Sirkeci I
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  • Changing dynamics of the migratory regime between Turkey and Arab countries.

    • Icduygu A
    • Sirkeci I

Professional experience

Leverhulme Research Fellow

University of Bristol

December 2004 - July 2005(7 months)

Assistant Professor in Management & Head of Tourism Management Department

Atilim University

July 2003 - November 2004(a year)

European Business School

Education history

PGCE in Teaching and Learning in Higher Education

Institute of Education

February 2006 - September 2007(2 years)

PhD in (Human) Geography

University of Sheffield

January 1999 - January 2003(4 years)

BA in Political Science and Public Administration

Bilkent University Department of Political Science

October 1992 - June 1997(5 years)