Published Articles by SAMP Researchers and Associates

Brown, Mercy, Kaplan, David & Meyer,J.-M. (2000), An Outline of Skilled Emigration from South Africa, Africa Insight, 30, 41-47.

Campbell, Eugene (2010), The Role of Remittances in Botswana: Does Internal Migration Really Reward Sending Families? Population, Space and Place, 16.

Campbell, Eugene (2008), Moderating Poverty: The Role of Remittances from Migration in Botswana, Africa Development, 33(2), 91-115.

Campbell, Eugene (2006), Reflections on Illegal Immigration in Botswana and South Africa, African Population Studies, 21(2), 23-44.

Campbell, Eugene. (2003), Attitudes of Botswana citizens toward immigrants: Signs of xenophobia? International Migration, 14(4): 71-109.

Campbell, Eugene. (2001), Preferences forEmigration among Skilled Citizens in Botswana, International Journal of Population Geography, 7, 151-71.

Campbell, Eugene. (2000), Perspectives onthe Emigration Potential of Skilled Batswana, Africa Insight, 30, 48-55.

Chikanda, Abel (2007), Medical Migration from Zimbabwe in the post-ESAP Era: Magnitude, Causes and Impact on the Poor, Development Southern Africa, 24(1), 47-60.

Chikanda, Abel (2006), Skilled Health Professionals’ Migration and Its Impact on Health Delivery in Zimbabwe,Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 32, 667-80.

Chikanda, Abel (2005), Nurse Migration from Zimbabwe : Analysis of Recent Trends and Impacts, Nursing Inquiry, 12, 162-74.

Coplan, David (2001), A River Runs Through It: The Meaning of the Lesotho-Free State Border, African Affairs, 100, 81-116.

Crush, Jonathan and Hughes, Christine (2009), Brain Drain, In R. Kitchin and N. Thrift, eds., International Encyclopedia of Human Geography, Vol. 1 (Oxford: Elsevier), pp. 342-7.

Crush, Jonathan, Williams, Vincent & Nicholson, Peggy (2009), Migrants’ Rights After Apartheid: South African Responses to the ICRMW, In P. de Guchteneire, A. Pecoud and R. Cholewinski, eds., Migration and Human Rights: The United Nations Convention on Migrant Workers’ Rights (Cambridge: CUP).

Crush, Jonathan & Pendleton, Wade (2009), Remitting for Survival: Rethinking the Development Potential of Remittances in Southern Africa, Global Development Studies 5(3/4), 1-28.

Crush, Jonathan (2008), South Africa: Migration Policy in the Face of Xenophobia, Migration Information Source, July.

Crush, Jonathan (2008), Mean Streets: Johannesburg as an Emergent Gateway City, In M. Price and L. Benton-Short, eds., Immigrant Gateways as Global Cities (Syracuse: Syracuse University Press).

Crush, Jonathan & Williams, Vincent (2008), La Convention en Affrique du Sud: les droits des migrants depuis la fin de l’apartheid, Hommes & Migrations 1271: 108-19.

Crush, Jonathan & Dodson, Belinda (2007), Another Lost Decade: The Failures of South Africa’s Post-Apartheid Migration Policy, Tijdschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geografie, 98(4), 436-54.

Crush, Jonathan & Frayne, Bruce (2007), The Migration and Development Nexus in Southern Africa,Development Southern Africa, 24(1), 1-23.

Crush, Jonathan & Pendleton, Wade (2007), Mapping Hostilities: The Geography of Xenophobia in Southern Africa, South African Geographical Journal, 89(1), 64-82.

Crush, Jonathan, Pendleton, Wade & Tevera, Dan (2006), Degrees of Uncertainty: Students and the Brain Drain in Southern Africa, In Roshen Kishun, ed., The Internationalisation of Higher Education in South Africa (Durban : IEASA), 123-44.

Crush, Jonathan, Williams, Brian, Gouws, Eleanor & Lurie, Mark (2005), Migration and HIV/AIDS in South Africa,Development Southern Africa 22, 293-318.

Crush, Jonathan (2005), Breaking with Isolation: Johannesburg , South Africa, In Marcello Balbo, ed.,International Migrants and the City ( Nairobi : UNHABITAT).

Crush, Jonathan (2005), Forgotten Movements: Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa , In P. Poddar and D. Johnson. Eds., A Historical Companion to Post-Colonial Thought in English ( Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press).

Crush, Jonathan (2003), Migration and Development in Post-Apartheid South Africa, In A. Sakia, ed., Population, Environment and the Challenge of Development ( New Delhi : Akansha), 201-26.

Crush, Jonathan (2002), The Global Raiders: Nationalism, Globalization and the South African Brain Drain,Journal of International Affairs 56, 147-72.

Crush, Jonathan, & McDonald, David.(2002), Evaluating South African Immigration Policy after Apartheid, Africa Today, 48, 1-14.

Crush, Jonathan & Tshitereke, Clarence (2002), Contesting Migrancy: The Foreign Labor Debate in Post-1994 South Africa, Africa Today, 48,49-72.

Crush, Jonathan, Ulicki, Theresa, Tseane, Teke & Van Veuren, Elizabeth (2001), Undermining Labour: The Rise of Sub-Contracting in Southern African Gold Mines, Journal of Southern African Studies, 27, 5-31.

Crush, Jonathan (2000), The Dark Side of Democracy: Migration, Human Rights and Xenophobia in South Africa.International Migration, 38, 103-34.

Crush, Jonathan, & McDonald, David (2000), Transnationalism, African Immigration, and New Migrant Spaces in South Africa: An Introduction, Canadian Journal ofAfrican Studies, 34, 1-19.

Crush, Jonathan (1999), Fortress South Africa and the Deconstruction of the Apartheid Migration Regime,Geoforum,30, 1-11.

Crush, Jonathan (1999), The Discourse and Dimensions of Irregularity in Post-Apartheid South Africa,International Migration, 37, 125-151.

Crush, Jonathan (1996), A Bad NeighbourPolicy? Migrant Labour and the New South Africa, Southern Africa Report, 12, 3-5.

Dambrun, Michel, Taylor, Donald, Crush, Jonathan, McDonald, David & Meot, A, (2006), The Relative Deprivation-Gratification Contiuum and the Attitudes of South Africans Towards Immigrants, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 91, 1032-44.

Danso, Ransford & McDonald, David (2002), Writing Xenophobia: Immigration and the Print Media inPost-apartheid South Africa, Africa Today, 48, 115-138.

de Vletter, F. (2007), Migration and Development in Mozambique: Poverty, Inequility and Survival, Development Southern Africa 24(1), 137-154.

Dodson, Belinda (2007), Gender, Migration and Livelihoods: Migrant Women in Southern Africa, In N. Piper, ed., New Perspectives on Gender and Migration: Livelihoods, Rights and Entitlements (London: Routledge).

Dodson, Belinda & Crush, Jonathan (2004), Masculinizing the Migrant: A Report on Gender Discrimination in South Africa ‘s 2002 Immigration Act, Feminist Review , 77, 96-119.

Dodson, Belinda (2002), Discrimination by Default? Gender Concerns in South African Migration Policy,AfricaToday, 48, 73-90.

Dodson, Belinda (2000), Porous Borders: Gender and Migration in Southern Africa, South African Geographical Journal, 82, 40-46.

Dodson, Belinda, & Oelofse, Catherine (2000), Shades of Xenophobia: In-Migrants and Immigrants in Mizamoyethu, Cape Town, Canadian Journal of African Studies, 34,124-148.

Frayne, Bruce & Pendleton, Wade (2009), The Development Role of Remittances in the Urbanization Process in Southern Africa, Global Development Studies 5(3/4), 85-132.

Frayne, Bruce (2007), Urbanization and the Changing Social Economy of Windhoek, Namibia, Development Southern Africa 24(1), 91-108.

Frayne, Bruce (2004), Migration and Urban Survival Strategies in Windhoek, Namibia, Geoforum 35(4), 489-505.

Frayne, Bruce (2005), Survival of the Poorest: Migration and Food Security in Namibia, In L. Mougeot, ed.,Agroplis: The Social, Political and Environmental Dimensions of Urban Agriculture (Ottawa: IDRC), 31-50.

Frayne, Bruce & Pendleton, Wade (2001), Migration in Namibia : Combining Macro and Micro Approaches to Research Design and Analysis, International Migration Review 35, 1054-85.

Frayne, Bruce & Pendleton, Wade (2001), Home is Where the Heart Is: Namibians on Cross-Border Migration and Regional Integration, African Studies 60(2), 205-224.

Gay, John (2000), Migration Attitudes of Skilled Professionals in Lesotho, Africa Insight, 30,65-74.

Handmaker, Jeff (2002), No Easy Walk: Advancing Refugee Protection in South Africa, Africa Today, 48, 91-114.

Klaaren, Jonathan and Ramji, Jaya (2002), Inside Illegality: Migration Policing in South Africa after Apartheid,Africa Today, 48, 35-48.

Mather, Charles (2000), Foreign Migrants inExport Agriculture: Mozambican Labour in the Mpumalanga Lowveld, South Africa, Tijdschrift voor Economische en SocialeGeographie, 91, 426-36.

Mattes, Robert & Mniki Namhla (2007), Restless Minds: South African Students and the Brain Drain,Development Southern Africa 24(1), 25-46.

Mattes, Robert, Crush, Jonathan & Richmond, Wayne (2000), The Brain Gain and Legal Immigration to Post-Apartheid South Africa, Africa Insight, 30, 21-30.

Mattes, Robert & Richmond, Wayne (2000), The Brain Drain: What Do Skilled South Africans Think? Africa Insight, 30, 10-20.

McDonald, David & Jacobs, Sean (2006), (Re)writing Xenophobia: Understanding Press Coverage of Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa , Journal of Contemporary African Studies, 23, 205-325.

McDonald, David, Zinyama, Lovemore, Gay,John, de Vletter, Fion & Mattes, Robert (2000), Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner: Migration from Lesotho, Mozambique and Zimbabweto South Africa, International Migration Review, 34, 813-841.

McDonald, David (2000), We Have Contact:Foreign Migration and Civic Participation in Marconi Beam, CapeTown, Canadian Journal of African Studies, 34, 101-123.

McDonald, David & Crush, Jonathan (2000), Understanding the Scale and Character of Skilled Migration in Southern Africa, Africa Insight, 30, 5-9.

McDonald, David (1999), Lest the Rhetoric Begin: Migration, Population and the Environment in South Africa,Geoforum, 30, 13-25.

McDonald, David (1998), Hear No Housing, See No Housing: Immigration and Homelessness in the New South Africa, Cities, 15, 449-462.

McDonald, David (1997), Greener Pastures?: Attitudes Towards Cross-Border Migration in Southern Africa,Southern Africa Report, 13 (1).

Oucho, John (2003), From Drain to Gain: Development Aspects of Africa’s Brain Drain, Labour Migration and Remittances, In IOM, World Migration 2003 (Geneva : IOM).

Oucho, John (2002), Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons: Africa’s Liability for the Next Millenium” In D. Joly, ed., Global Changes in Asylum Regimes (London : Palgrave Macmillan), 154-78.

Oucho, John (2000), Skilled Immigrants in Botswana, Africa Insight, 30, 56-64.

Oucho, John (1998), Regional Integrationand Labour Mobility in Eastern and Southern Africa. In Reg Appleyard, ed., Emigration Dynamics in Developing Countries:Volume 1. (Aldershot: Gower, 1998), 264-300.

Oucho, John & Crush, Jonathan (2002), Contra Free Movement: South Africa and SADC Migration Protocols,Africa Today, 48, 139-158.

Peberdy, Sally & Crush, Jonathan (2008), Histories, Realities and Negotiating Free Movement in Southern Africa, In A. Pecoud and P. de Guchteneire, eds., Migration Without Borders: Essays on the Free Movement of People(Paris: UNESCO), pp. 175-98.

Peberdy, Sally (2008), The Invisible Woman: Gender Blindness and South African Immigration Policies and Legislation, Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, 33(4), 800-807.

Peberdy, Sally & Dinat, Natalya (2007), Restless Worlds of Work, Health and Migration: Domestic Workers in Johannesburg, Development Southern Africa, 24(1), 187-203.

Peberdy, Sally (2005), Southern Africa, In M. Gibney and R. Hansen, eds., Immigration and Asylum: From 1900 to the Present, Volume 2, (New York: ABC-CLIO), pp. 564-569.

Peberdy, Sally & Rogerson, Christian (2003), Creating New Spaces? Immigrant Entrepreneurship in South Africa’s SMME Economy, In R. Kloosterman and J. Rath, eds., Venturing Abroad: Global Processes and National Peculiarities of Migrant Entrepreneurship in Advanced Economies (Oxford : Berg).

Peberdy, Sally (2002), ImaginingImmigration: Inclusive Identities and Exclusive Policies inPost-1994 South Africa. Africa Today, 48,15-34.

Peberdy, Sally (2001), Passaggi di frontiera. Piccoli imprenditori e commercio transfrontaliero tra Sudafrica e Mozambico, Afriche e Orienti, 1.

Peberdy, Sally (2000),  Border Crossings: Small Entrepreneurs and Informal Sector Cross Border Trade between South Africa and Mozambique, Tjidschrift voor Economische en Sociale Geographie, 91(4): 361-378.

Peberdy, Sally & Crush, Jonathan (2001),  Invisible Travellers, Invisible Trade?  Informal Sector Cross Border Trade and the Maputo Corridor Spatial Development Initiative, South African Geographical Journal, 83 (2): 115-23.

Peberdy, Sally (2000),  Mobile Entrepreneurship: Informal Sector Cross Border Trade and Street Trade in South Africa, Development Southern Africa, 18(2): 201-219.

Peberdy, Sally & Majodina, Zonke (2000), Just a Roof Over My Head?: Housing and the Somali Refugee Community. Urban Forum, 11, 273-288.

Peberdy, Sally, & Rogerson, Chris (2000), Transnationalism and Non-South African Entrepreneurs in South Africa’s Small, Medium and Micro-Enterprise (SMME) Economy, Canadian Journal of African Studies, 34, 20-40.

Peberdy, Sally & Crush, Jonathan (1998), Rooted in Racism: The Origins of the Alien’s Control Act. In Jonathan Crush, ed. Beyond Control: Immigration and Human Rights in a Democratic South Africa (Cape Town and Kingston: Idasa and Queen’s University), pp.18-36.

Peberdy, Sally & Rogerson, Chris (2002), Transnationalism and Non-South African Entrepreneurs in South Africa’s Small, Medium and Micro-Enterprise Economy. In Jonathan Crush and David McDonald, eds.,Transnationalism and New African Immigration to South Africa (Toronto: SAMP and CAAS).

Peberdy, Sally (1998), Obscuring History, In D. Simon, ed., South Africa in Southern Africa:Reconfiguring the Region (London and Cape Town: James Currey and David Phillip, 1998).

Pendleton, Wade (2008), Migration and Xenophobia in Southern Africa, dvv international 70.

Raimundo, Ines (2009), International Migration Management and Development in Mozambique: What Strategies? International Migration 47(3).

Rogerson, Chris & Crush, Jonathan (2008), South Africa and the Global Recruitment of Health Professionals,Africa Insight, 37, 1-15.

Rogerson, Chris & Crush, Jonathan (2008), The Recruiting of South African Health Professionals, In John Connell, ed., The International Migration of Health Workers (London: Routledge), pp. 199-224.

Rogerson, Chris (1999), International Migrants in the South African Construction Industry: The Case of Johannesburg, Africa Insight, 29, 40-51.

Rogerson, Chris (1998), ‘Formidable Entrepreneurs’: The Role of Foreigners in the Gauteng SMME Economy,Urban Forum, 9, 143-153.

Rogerson, Chris & Rogerson, Jayne (2000), Dealing Scarce Skills: Employer Responses to the Brain Drain in South Africa, Africa Insight, 30, 31-40.

Rogerson, Chris (1997), African Immigrant Experiences and Johannesburg’s Changing Inner City, Africa Insight, 27, 265-273.

Tevera, Daniel & Chikanda, Abel (2007), Development Impact of International Remittances: Some Evidence from Origin Households in Zimbabwe, Global Development Studies 5(3/4), 273-302.

Ulicki, Theresa & Crush, Jonathan (2007), Poverty, Gender and Migrancy: Lesotho’s Migrant Farmworkers in South Africa, Development Southern Africa, 24(1), 155-172.

Ulicki, Theresa, & Crush, Jonathan (2000), Gender, Farmwork, and Women’s Migration from Lesotho to the New South Africa, Canadian Journal of African Studies, 34,64-79.

Ulicki, Theresa (1999), Basotho Miners Speak: Subcontracting on South African Gold Mines, SA Labour Bulletin, 23 (4).

Williams, Vincent (2008), Xenophobia in South Africa: Overview and Analysis, Perspectives 3. 08, 2-6.

Williams, Vincent (2006), In Pursuit of Regional Citizenship and Identity: The Free Movement of Persons in the Southern African Development Community, Policy, Issues and Actors 19(2), 1-15.

Williams, Vincent (2006), Regional Cooperation and the Benefits of Migration for Development in Southern Africa, In K. Tamas & J. Palme, eds, How Migration Can Benefit Development (Stockholm : Institute for Futures Research).

Williams, Vincent (1999), The Green Paper on International Migration, DevelopmentUpdate, 2 (4)