About the Journal
The Refugee Survey Quarterly is a peer-reviewed, academic journal that focuses on the challenges of forced migration from multidisciplinary and policy-oriented perspectives. Refugee Survey Quarterly provides a vehicle for wide-ranging analyses and exploration of forced migration related issues. The RSQ also acts as an authoritative forum for the dissemination of ideas and expertise between the academic community, policy- and decision-makers, and practitioners.
Published four times a year, the RSQ publishes one thematic special issue each year, while the other three issues are open issues, publishing articles across a range of subjects and viewpoints.
The Editor invites submissions of articles from a broad range of disciplines, which might include international relations, politics, law, history, geography, sociology, anthropology, economics, development studies and migration studies. Submitted articles can cover various areas from a policy and/or multidisciplinary perspective, including governance of migration, sociology of forced migration, the changing pattern and the historical evolution of the refugee regime or contemporary challenges of international protection, such as those raised by mixed migration, climate change, or post-conflict peace-building. All papers are submitted to a rigorous blind peer review process in order to ensure the high quality of the RSQ.
ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING SERVICES
Refugee Survey Quarterly is covered by the following abstracting/indexing services:
CSA Worldwide Political Science Abstracts
International Development Abstracts
PROQUEST DATABASE : Ethnic NewsWatch (ENW)
PROQUEST DATABASE : ProQuest 5000
PROQUEST DATABASE : ProQuest 5000 International
PROQUEST DATABASE : ProQuest Central
PROQUEST DATABASE : ProQuest International Academic Research Library
PROQUEST DATABASE : ProQuest Research Library
Social Science Research Network (SSRN)
Social Services Abstracts