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Leimgruber, Walter and Hercog, Metka and Sandoz, Laure and Sontag, Katrin. (2018) The Mobility of the "Highly Skilled" towards Switzerland. Nccr - on the move. Neuch√Ętel.

Kuschminder, Katie and Hercog, Metka. (2016) Diaspora engagement policies and the Power of the Strong State: India and Ethiopia. In: Adjusting to a World in Motion: Trends in Global Migration and Migration Policy. New York, pp. 353-372.

Tejada, Gabriela and Hercog, Metka and Kuptsch, Christiane and Bolay, Jean-Claude. (2014) The Link with a Home Country: A Comparative Analysis of Host Country Environments for Diaspora Engagement. In: Diaspora and Development. Socioeconomic, Cultural, and Policy Perspectives . New Delhi, pp. 39-67.

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Hercog, Metka and Sandoz, Laure. (2018) Highly skilled or highly wanted migrants? Conceptualizations, policy designs and implementations of high-skilled migration policies. Migration Letters, 15 (4). pp. 453-460.

Hercog, Metka and Sandoz, Laure. (2018) "Selecting the highly skilled: norms and practices of the Swiss admission system for non-EU immigrants". Migration Letters, 15 (4). pp. 503-515.

Hercog, Metka and Van de Laar, Mindel. (2017) Motivations and Constraints of Moving Abroad for Indian Students. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 18 (3). pp. 749-770.

Hercog, Metka and Wiesbrock, Anja. (2016) Highly Skilled Migration to the European Union and the United States: The Legal Framework. In: Adjusting to a World in Motion: Trends in Global Migration and Migration Policy. New York, pp. 232-263.

Hercog, Metka and Van de Laar, Mindel. (2016) Europe as unlikely immigrant destination: location choice for internationally mobile students in India. European Journal of Higher Education, 6 (4). pp. 356-371.

Hercog, Metka and Siegel, Melissa. (2015) Promoting Circular International Migration of the Highly Skilled. In: Global Migration Issues: Myths and Realities, 3. Santa Barbara, pp. 153-179.