prof. Dušan Drbohlav

prof. Dušan Drbohlav

Phone number: 00 420 221951387

Address: Albertov 2, Praha 2

E-mail: drbohlav@natur.cuni.cz

Main research interests: international migration, migrants´ integration, various topics within behavioural geography

 

Published articles (selection)

DRBOHLAV, D., DZÚROVÁ, D. (2020): Social Remittances upon Closer Examination: Moldovan Migrants in Prague, Czechia and Turin, Italy. Problems of Post-Communism.

DRBOHLAV, D., DZÚROVÁ, D. (2017): Social Hazards as Manifested Workplace Discrimination and Health (Vietnamese and Ukrainian Female and Male Migrants in Czechia). Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health, 14, 1207, 1–16.

DRBOHLAV, D., ŠTYCH, P., DZÚROVÁ, D. (2013): Smuggled versus Not-smuggled across the Czech Border. International Migration Review, 47, 1, 207–238.

DRBOHLAV, D. (2011): Imigrace a integrace cizinců v Česku: Několik zastavení na cestě země v její migrační proměně z Davida na téměř Goliáše. Geografie, 116, 4, 401–421.

DRBOHLAV, D., DZÚROVÁ, D. (2007): „Where Are They Going?“ Immigrant Inclusion in the Czech Republic (A Case Study on Ukrainians, Vietnamese, and Armenians in Prague). International Migration, 45, 2, 1–25.

DRBOHLAV, D. (2003): Immigration and the Czech Republic (with a Special Focus on the Foreign Labor Force). International Migration Review, 37, 1, 194–224.

Book chapters (selection)

DRBOHLAV, D., JAROSZEWICZ, M. (2014): The Propbable Future Development of International Migration from Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus to Visegrad countries and the European Union – The Delphi method (The Search for “Subjective Objectivity“). In: Jaroszewicz, M., Lesinska, M. (eds): Forecasting Migration between The EU, V4 and Eastern Europe – Impact of Visa Abolition. Centre for Eastern Studies, Warsaw, 20–53.

DRBOHLAV, D. (2012): Patterns of Immigration in the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland – A Comparative Perspective. In: M. Okolski (ed.): European Immigrations; Trends, Structures and Policy Implications. Amsterdam University Press (IMISCOE Research), Amsterdam, 179–209.

DRBOHLAV, D., MEDOVÁ, L. (2010): Czech Republic: Irregular Migration – “Old Wine in New Bottles“. In: Triandafyllidou, A. (ed.): Irregular Migration in Europe, Myths and Realities.  Farnham, Burlington, Ashgate Publishing Limited, 71–92.

DRBOHLAV, D., ČERNÍK, J., DZÚROVÁ, D. (2005):  Dimensions of Integration: Migrant Youth in Central European Countries; Country Report on the Czech Republic. In: Dimensions of Integration: Migrant Youth in Central European Countries. International Organization for Migration (IOM), Vienna, 51–99.

DRBOHLAV, D. (1996): The Probable Future of European East-West International Migration – Selected Aspects. In: Carter, F. W., Jordan, P., Rey V. (eds.): Central Europe after the Fall of the Iron Curtain; Geopolitical Perspectives, Spatial Patterns and Trends. Wiener Osteuropa Studien 4. Peter Lang Company, Frankfurt am Main, 269–296.

Monographs (selection)

DRBOHLAV, D. (ed.) (2015): Ukrajinská pracovní migrace v Česku. Migrace – remitence – (rozvoj). Nakladatelství Karolinum, Praha.

GRABOWSKA-LUSINSKA, I., DRBOHLAV, D., HARS, A. (eds.) (2011): Immigration Puzzles; Comparative Analysis of the Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland before and after Joining the EU. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken.

DRBOHLAV, D., MEDOVÁ, L., ČERMÁK, Z., JANSKÁ, E., ČERMÁKOVÁ, D., DZÚROVÁ, D. (2010): Migrace a (i)migranti v Česku. Kdo jsme, odkud přicházíme, kam jdeme? Sociologické nakladatelství (SLON), Praha.

DRBOHLAV, D., MEDOVÁ-LACHMANOVÁ, L., JANSKÁ, E., DZÚROVÁ, D., ČERMÁKOVÁ, D., ČERMÁK, Z. (2009): Irregular and Informal Economic Activities of Migrants in the Czech Republic. International Migration Papers 91. Interational Labour Organization, Geneva.

DRBOHLAV, D. (ed.) (2008): Nelegální ekonomické aktivity migrantů (Česko v evropském kontextu). Karolinum, Praha.

DRBOHLAV, D. (2004): Migration Trends in Selected EU Applicant Countries; Volume II – The Czech Republic; “The Times They Are A-Changin”. (European Commission Project: “Sharing Experience: Migration Trends in Selected Applicant Countries and Lessons Learned from the New Countries of Immigration in the EU and Austria). International Organization for Migration (IOM), Vienna. 

DRBOHLAV, D., KALVODA, J., VOŽENÍLEK, V. (eds.) (2004): Czech Geography at the Dawn of the Millenium. Czech Geographic Society, Palacky University in Olomouc, Olomouc.

Personal profiles

https://www.natur.cuni.cz/geografie/socialni-geografie-a-regionalni-rozvoj/drbohlav

 

https://scholar.google.cz/citations?user=ESuxi_UAAAAJ&hl=cs

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Dusan_Drbohlav2

Professional experience
  • 1999–2000 One-year scholarship stay supported by J.W. Fulbright Commission at California State University, Los Angeles, USA 
  • 1992–1993 One-year scholarship stay at Catholic University Leuven, Belgium (1992/1993)
Membership
  • Member of the Board of Directors within the IMISCOE
  • Member of the Scientific Council of the Faculty of Science, Charles University
  • Member of the Council of the Sociological Institute of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic
  • Member of the Scientific Council of the Faculty of Science, University of Ostrava

IOM Summer School on Migration Studies 2020

The IOM Summer School on Migration Studies is held in Prague from August 24 to August 28, 2020, in cooperation with our research centre. Among the speakers, you can find Dušan Drbohlav and Eva Janská, the members of our team. This year, it is possible to follow the...

Dušan Drbohlav on Horizont (ČT24)

Dušan Drbohlav was a guest on Horizont ČT24 where he discussed the current situation in Syria and Syrian emigration to Turkey and Europe. The programme is available on the website of Česká televize (in Czech).

Dušan Drbohlav discussing the situation in Syria in relation to migration

On September 22, 2019, Dušan Drbohlav discussed the situation in Syria and its impacts on migration flows with Jakub Szántó on TV programme Horizont ČT24. The programme is available on the website of Česká televize (in Czech).

Annual IMISCOE conference

The annual IMISCOE conference was held between June 26 and June 28, 2019, in Malmö, Sweden. Members of our team presented the following contributions: Eva Janská, Zdeněk Čermák, Dušan Drbohlav: Transnational lives of labour migrants as a factor of their integration...

Migration and Integration in Czechia: Policy Advances and the Hand Brake of Populism

Our colleagues Dušan Drbohlav and Kristýna Janurová have just published a new article on the website of the prestigious Migration Policy Institute. The title of the article is Migration and Integration in Czechia: Policy Advances and the Hand Brake of Populism and it...

Longitudinal and spatial perspectives on the mismatch of tertiary educated migrant workers in the Czech labour market: The case of Ukrainians

A new article by Ondřej Valenta and Dušan Drbohlav was published in Moravian Geographical Reports 4/2018. The article's title is Longitudinal and spatial perspectives on the mismatch of tertiary educated migrant workers in the Czech labour market: The case of...

Dušan Drbohlav commented on steps of the Italian government

On June 4, 2018, Dušan Drbohlav was a guest on TV programme Horizont ČT24 where he commented on steps regarding refugees proposed by the Italian government, mainly the Minister of Interior, Matteo Salvini. The programme is available on the website of Česká televize...

Interview with Dušan Drbohlav

An interview with Dušan Drbohlav was published in the magazine Ekonom. The interview is available on the magazine's website (in Czech).

Dušan Drbohlav discussed the new visa-free regime between Ukraine and the EU

On June 11, 2017, Dušan Drbohlav discussed the newly introduced visa-free regime between Ukraine and the countries of the European Union. The programme is available on the website of Česká televize (in Czech).

Dušan Drbohlav discussing migration to Spain on TV programme Horizont ČT24

On January 3, 2017, Dušan Drbohlav was a guest on Horizont ČT24 where he discussed current migration to Spain. The programme is available on the website of Česká televize (in Czech).