Selected Research Products
Brinkerhoff, Jennifer M. "Diasporas and Development: What Role for Foreign
Aid?" In Louis Picard, ed., Foreign Aid Policy: Issues and Debates for the Next Half Century. National Academy of Public Administration Book
Series. Armonk, NY: ME Sharpe, June 2007.
Brinkerhoff, Jennifer M. "Contributions of Digital Diasporas to Governance
Reconstruction in Post-Conflict and Fragile States: Potential and Promise."
In Derick W. Brinkerhoff, ed. Rebuilding Governance in Post-Conflict Societies: What's New, What's Not?, London: Routledge, 2007: 185-203.
Brinkerhoff, Jennifer M. "Migration Mobilization Factors and Policy Options."
In Clay Wescott and Jennifer M. Brinkerhoff, eds. Converting Migration
Drains into Gains: Harnessing the Resources of Overseas Professionals.
Manila: Asian Development Bank, 2006: 127-153. Available online
Brinkerhoff, Jennifer M.; Liesl Riddle. "Diasporas as Institutional Change
Agents: What Can We Learn from Thamel. Com?" Under review at Journal of
Gillespie, Kate, Edward Sayre, and Liesl Riddle. 2001. "Changes in Palestinian-American
Interest in Homeland Investment 1994-1999." Middle East Studies Journal 55(2):
Gillespie, Kate, Liesl Riddle, Edward Sayre, and David Sturges. 1999. "Diaspora
Homeland Investment." Journal of International Business Studies 30(3):
Lubkemann, Stephen. "Migratory Coping in Wartime Mozambique: An Anthropology
of Violence and Displacement in 'Fragmented Wars.'" Journal of Peace Research 42(4)
Lubkemann, Stephen. "Where To Be An Ancestor? Reconstituting Socio-Spiritual
Worlds and Post-Conflict Settlement Decision-Making Among Displaced Mozambicans." Journal
of Refugee Studies. 15(2)(2002): 189-212.
Lubkemann, Stephen. "Foreign Aid, Local Capacity and Civil Society in the
Reconstruction of Mozambique's National Health System." In I. Smillie (ed.) Patronage
and Partnership: Local Capacity Building in Humanitarian Crisis. West
Hartford, CT: Kumarian Press, 2001: 77-106.
Marano, Valentina and Liesl Riddle. 2007. "Investors Without Borders: An Online
Lending Platform for Ghanaian Small and Medium Enterprises," Teaching Case
and Note written for the GW-CIBER Institutions and Development Case Collection.
Nielsen, Tjai and Liesl Riddle. "Bridging the Cultural Divide: A Multi-level
Model of Diaspora Homeland Investment." Submitted to Academy of Management
2007 annual conference. Paper available online.
Price, Marie. "Placing Transnational Migrants: The Sociospatial Networks of
Bolivians in the United States" in Race, Ethnicity and Place in a Changing
America, edited by John W. Frazier and Eugene L. Tettey-Fio. Binghamton,
NY: Global Academic Publishing, 2006, pp. 209-219.
Price, Marie. "How Global are Latin America's World Cities: An Analysis of
Immigration to Latin America's Major Cities." Under review at Journal of
Latin American Geography.
Price, Marie. "Globalization as Emigration: The Rise of Transnational Livelihoods
in Andean America" in preparation for the Journal of Latin American Studies.
Price, Marie and Lisa Benton-Short, eds. Migrants to the Metropolis: The
Rise of Immigrant Gateway Cities. Syracuse University Press, in Press.
Price, Marie, I. Cheung, S. Friedman and A. Singer. "The World Settles In:
Washington, D.C. as an Immigrant Gateway." Urban Geography 26(1) (2005):
Riddle, Liesl. "Engaging the Diaspora in Homeland Economic Involvement." In
Jennifer Brinkerhoff, ed. Diasporas and Development: Exploring the Potential,
under review, Lynne Reinner Publishers.
Riddle, Liesl and Valentina Marano. "Homeland Export and Investment Promotion
Programs for the Diaspora: The Case of Afghanistan." In Jennifer Brinkerhoff,
ed. Diasporas and Development: Exploring the Potential, under review,
Lynne Reinner Publishers.
Riddle, Liesl; Jennifer Brinkerhoff; Tjai Nielsen. (in-press) "Partnering
to Beckon them Home: Public Sector Innovation for Diaspora Homeland Investment." Journal
of Public Administration & Development.