Anju Mary Paul
Anju Mary Paul
Professor of Social Research and Public Policy, New York University Abu Dhabi
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Stepwise international migration: A multistage migration pattern for the aspiring migrant
AM Paul
American Journal of Sociology 116 (6), 1842-1886, 2011
Multinational Maids: Stepwise Migration in a Global Labor Market
AM Paul
Cambridge University Press, 2017
Negotiating Migration, Performing Gender
AM Paul
Social Forces 94 (1), 271-293, 2015
Capital and mobility in the stepwise international migrations of Filipino migrant domestic workers
AM Paul
Migration Studies 3 (3), 438-459, 2015
Studying Multinational Migrations, Speaking Back to Migration Theory
AM Paul, BSA Yeoh
Global Networks, 2020
The ‘other’looks back: racial distancing and racial alignment in migrant domestic workers' stereotypes about white and Chinese employers
AM Paul
Ethnic and Racial Studies 34 (6), 1068-1087, 2011
Good help is hard to find: the differentiated mobilisation of migrant social capital among Filipino domestic workers
AM Paul
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 39 (5), 719-739, 2013
Human-capital Strategies to build World-Class Research Universities in Asia: Impact on Global Flows
AM Paul, V Long
The Transnational Politics of Higher Education: Contesting the Global …, 2016
Methodological innovations in studying multinational migrations
AM Paul, BSA Yeoh
Geographical Research 58 (4), 355-364, 2020
Unequal networks: comparing the pre-migration overseas networks of Indonesian and Filipino migrant domestic workers
AM Paul
Global Networks, 2018
Am I allowed to be pregnant? Awareness of pregnancy protection laws among migrant domestic workers in Hong Kong
AM Paul, P Neo
Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44 (7), 1195-1213, 2018
The Giving Up of Weekly Rest-Days by Migrant Domestic Workers in Singapore: When Submission Is Both Resistance and Victimhood
MF Schumann, AM Paul
Social Forces, 2019
The Workplace-Entitlements Knowledge of Filipino and Indonesian Domestic Workers in Singapore
S Yuen, AM Paul
Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies 18 (1), 113-131, 2019
Asian Scientists on the Move: Changing Science in a Changing Asia
AM Paul
Stigma on a Spectrum: differentiated stigmatization of migrant domestic workers’ romantic relationships in Singapore
N Lim, AM Paul
Gender, Place & Culture, 2020
Postdoctoral destination decisions: Advice from Asian-born, Western-trained bioscientists
AM Paul
High-skilled migration: Drivers and policies, 279-300, 2018
If caring begins at home, who cares for the carers? Introducing the Global Care Policy Index
AM Paul, J Haolie, C Chen
Global Policy 13 (5), 640-655, 2022
Comparative perspectives on migration, diversities and the pandemic
M Arias Cubas, AM Paul, J Ramírez, S Roohi, P Scholten
Comparative Migration Studies 10 (1), 38, 2022
Craig Calhoun, Nations Matter: Culture, History, and the Cosmopolitan Dream
AM Paul
International Sociology 28 (5), 558-560, 2013
Agents of a New Transnationalization in the Migrant Domestic Worker Industry: Expanding the Transnational Migration Perspective
AM Paul
Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore, 2017
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