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  •  Tunaboylu, S. & Alpes, J (2017). The EU-Turkey deal: what happens to people who return to Turkey? , Forced Migration Review, February 2017.
  • Van Liempt, I. & Zijlstra, J. (2017). Smart(phone) travelling: understanding the use and impact of mobile technology on irregular migration journeys. International Journal of Migration and Border Studies. , 3 (2-3): 174-191.
  • Baird, T. & van Liempt, I.C. (2016). Scrutinising the double disadvantage: knowledge production in the messy field of migrant smuggling. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 42 (3): 400-417.
  • Van Liempt, I. (2016). A Critical Insight into Europe´s Criminalisation of Human Smuggling – SIEPS Policy Paper.  (12 p.). SIEPS, Swedish Institute for European Policy Studies.
  • Van den Anker, C. & van Liempt, I. (2012). Human Rights and Migration: Trafficking for Forced Labour, Palgrave Macmillan.
  • van Liempt, I. & Sersli, S. (2013). State responses and migrant experiences with human smuggling: A reality check. Antipode, 45 (4): 1029-1046.
  • Van Liempt, I. & Bilger, V. (2009). The Ethics of Migration Research Methodology: Dealing with Vulnerable Immigrants. Lewes: Sussex University Press.
  • Van Liempt, I. (2007), Navigating Borders. Inside Perspectives on the Process of Human Smuggling into the Netherlands. Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press.
  • Adepoju, A., F. van Noorloos & A. Zoomers (2009). Europe’s Migration Agreements with Migrant-Sending Countries in the Global South: A Critical Review, International Migration, Vol. 48 (3): 42-75