Books
  • Salah, A.A., Korkmaz, E.E, Bircan, T. (Eds.). (Forthcoming 2022). Data Science for Migration and Mobility Studies. Proceedings of British Academy, Oxford University Press.

  • Bircan, T. (Ed.). (Forthcoming 2022). New Other Thoughts on Migration and Migrants. TP London.

 
Articles
  • Bircan, T., Korkmaz, E.E. (2021). Big Data for Whose Sake? Governing Migration through AI. Nature Humanities and Social Sciences Communications, 241.
    [Open Access]

  • Purkhayastha, D. and Bircan, T. (2021). Present but not Counted: Highly Skilled Family Migrants in Belgium. Journal of Ethnic and Migrations Studies. DOI: 10.1080/1369183X.2021.2003187.

  • Yuki, Y., Dominik-Borna, Ć., Tao, C. M., Stéphane, D., Guillaume, G., Hyemin, H., ...Bircan, T., … & Andreas, L. (2021). COVIDiSTRESS Global Survey dataset on psychological and behavioural consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak. Nature Scientific Data, 8(1), 1-23.
    [Open Access]

  • Ahmad-Yar, A.W., Bircan, T. (2021). Anatomy of a Misfit: International Migration Statistics. Sustainability, 13(7), 4032.
    [Open Access]

  • Lieberoth, A., Lin, S. Y., Stöckli, S., Han, H., Kowal, M., Gelpi, R., ...Bircan, T., … & Covidistress Global Survey Consortium. (2021). Stress and worry in the 2020 coronavirus pandemic: relationships to trust and compliance with preventive measures across 48 countries in the COVIDiSTRESS global survey. Royal Society open science, 8(2), 200589.
    [Open Access]
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  • Yuki, Y., Dominik-Borna, Ć., Tao, C. M., Stéphane, D., Guillaume, G., Hyemin, H., ...Bircan, T., … & Andreas, L. (2021). COVIDiSTRESS Global Survey dataset on psychological and behavioural consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak. Scientific Data, 8(1), 1-23.
    [Open Access]

  • Bircan, T., Nebioglu, D. (2020).  Türkiye’de Kamunun Gözünde Hükümetin İktisadi Sorumlulukları (Public Perception of the Economic Role of the Government). EFIL Journal 3(12), 8-29.

  • Ünver, Ö., Nicaise, I., Bircan, T.(2020). A Multilevel Approach to ECEC Policies and Intensity of Formal Childcare Participation of 0-2-Year-Old Children in Europe. Children and Youth Services Review, 105798. 

  • Cenkci, A. T., Bircan, T., Zimmerman, J. (2020). Inclusive Leadership and Work Engagement: The Mediating Role of Procedural Justice. Management Research Review. DOI: 10.1108/MRR-03-2020-0146.

  • Ünver, Ö., Bircan, T., Nicaise, I. (2020). Opinion-Policy Congruence for Public Provision and Financing of Childcare in Europe. International Journal of Educational Research, 101, 101576.

  • Ünver Ö., Nicaise I., Bircan T. (2019). Interactive Acculturation of Turkish-Belgian Parents and Children in Flanders: A Case Study of Beringen. Migration Letters 16(3), 417 – 428.
    [Open Access]

  • Cenkci, A. T., Zimmerman, J., Bircan, T (2019). The Effects of Employee Resource Groups on Work Engagement and Workplace Inclusion. International Journal of Organizational Diversity, 19(2), 1-19.

  • Bircan, T., Schockaert, I., Nicaise, I. (2018). More than a roof: A statistical profile of homeless people in Belgium. European Journal of Homelessness 12(2), 35-57.
    [Open Access]

  • Ünver, Ö., Bircan, T., Nicaise, I. (2018). Perceived accessibility of childcare in Europe: a cross-country multilevel study. International Journal of Chilcare and Education Policy, 12(5), 1-30.
    [Open Access]

  • Narli N., Akyildiz K., Bircan T. (2016). #kotumubilirdik. La memoria poli-tica del golpe de Estado del 12 de Septiembre. Tiempo Devorado, 3 (2), pp. 351-373

  • Ceviker-Gurakar, E., Bircan, T. (2016). Political Connections and Public Procurement in Turkey: Evidence from Construction Work Contracts. Working Paper. ERF Political Economy Determinants of Private Sector Dynamism in The ERF Region.

  • Bircan T., Sunata U. (2015). Educational Assessment of Syrian Refugees in Turkey. Migration Letters, Special Issue on the Syrian Crisis and its impact on Migration 12(3), 226-237.
    [Open Access]

  • Bircan T., Hooghe M. (2011). Immigration and Crime. An Analysis of Belgian National Crime Statistics, 2001-2006. European Journal of Criminology 8(3), 198-212.
    [Open Access]

  • Hooghe M., Vanhoutte B., Hardyns W., Bircan T. (2010). Unemployment, Inequality, Poverty and Crime. Spatial Distribution Patterns of Criminal Acts in Belgium, 2001-06. British Journal of Criminology 51(1), 120.
    [Open Access]

  • Hooghe M., Heyndels B., Jottier D., Bircan T., and Botterman S. (2010). Explaining the Green Vote. An Analysis of the Green Vote in Belgian Local Elections 1994-2006. Environmental Politics 19(6), 930-950.

  • Bircan, T., Hardyns, W., Hooghe, M. (2009). A Spatial Analysis of Belgian National Crime Records, 2001-2005. Proceedings of the Conference on New Techniques and Technologies for Statistics, Brussels, 18-20 February 2009. Brussels: Eurostat, 245-254.
    [Open Access]

Chapters in Edited Books
  • Bircan, T. (Forthcoming 2022). Utilising Big Data for Studying Human Mobility. In Vargas-Silva, C., Markaki, Y. and Allen, W. (Eds.). Handbook of Research Methods in Migration (2nd edition). Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar.

  • Salah, A.A., Korkmaz, E.E., Bircan, T. (Forthcoming 2022). Introduction: New data sources on migration and human mobility. In Salah, A.A., Korkmaz, E.E, Bircan, T. (Eds.). Data Science for Migration and Mobility Studies. Proceedings of British Academy, Oxford University Press.

  • Bircan, T. (Forthcoming 2022). Remote Sensing Data for Migration Research. In Salah, A.A., Korkmaz, E.E, Bircan, T. (Eds.). Data Science for Migration and Mobility Studies. Proceedings of British Academy, Oxford University Press.

  • Imeraj, L., Bircan, T. (2021). Recognising Diversity: Not “If” but “How”. In Adams, I., Trauner, F. (Eds.). Migration, Equality and Racisms. 44 opinions. VUB POINcaré Initiative.

  • Purkayastha, D., Vanroelen, C., Bircan, T. (2020). Inequalities in the world of work exacerbate the spread of Covid-19. In: Benchmarking Working Europe 2020. Covid-19 and the world of work: the impact of a pandemic. ETUI: Brussels.

  • Bircan, T. (2019). Syrian Refugees’ Access to Higher Education: Belgian Initiative. In Blessinger, P. & Sengupta, E (Eds.) Strategies, Policies and Directions for Refugee Education (Innovations in Higher Education Teaching and Learning). Emerald Group Publishing. 

  • Ceviker Gurakar E., Bircan T. (2019). Political Connections and Public Procurement in Turkey: Evidence from Construction Work Contracts. In Diwan, I., Malik, A., Atiyas, I. (Eds.). Crony capitalism in the middle east Business and Politics from Liberalization to the Arab Spring. Oxford University Press: Oxford.

  • Nicaise, I., Bircan, T. (2018). The Uncounted Poor In EU-SILC: A Statistical Profile of the Income and Living Conditions of Homeless People, Undocumented Immigrants and Travelers in Belgium. In: Gaisbauer H.P., Schweiger G., Sedmak C. (eds.) Absolute Poverty in Europe: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on a Hidden Phenomenon. Policy Press, 2018 Policy Press: Bristol.

  • Ceviker Gurakar E., Bircan T. (2018). Redistributive Politics, Clientelism and Political Patronage under the AKP. In Ruiz de Elvira, L., Weipert-Fenner, I. and Schwarz, C. (Eds.) Networks of Dependency: Clientelism and Patronage in the Middle East and North Africa. Routledge.

  • Ceviker-Gurakar, E., Bircan, T. (2016). Redistribution or Crony Capitalism? Favoritism in Public Procurement Contract Award Processes. In Politics of Favoritism in Public Procurement in Turkey: Reconfigurations of Dependency Networks in the AKP Era. Palgrave Macmillan: New York.

  • Bircan, T., Ceviker-Gurakar, E. (2014). Business Networks and Public Procurement in Turkey. In Benson, V. and Morgan, S. (Eds.). Implications of Social Media Use in Personal and Professional Settings. Pennsylvania: IGI-Global.

  • Bircan, T. (2012). The Impact of Safety on Levels of Ethnocentrism. In Van Der Woude, M.,Van Der Leun, J. and Guia, M. J. (Eds.). Social Control and Justice: Crimmigration in the Age of Fear. Den Haag: Boom/Lemma.

  • Bircan, T. (2012). Community Structure and Ethnocentrism. A Multilevel Approach: A Case Study of Flanders (Belgium). PhD Dissertation, Supervisor: Prof. Marc Hooghe.

  • Heady P., Gruber, S., Bircan T. (2010). Quantitative data analysis and results of Kinship and Network Questionnaires. In P. Heady (Ed.): Family, Kinship and State in Contemporary Europe Vol. 2, The View from Below: Nineteen Localities. Frankfurt/New York: Campus Verlag.

  • Bircan T., Hooghe M., Kayaoglu A. (2009). Inkomensongelijkheid, migratiepatronen en sociale ongelijkheid in Vlaanderen. In: L. Vanderleyden, M. Callens, & J. Noppe (Reds.), De Sociale Staat van Vlaanderen 2009 (pp. 363380). Brussel: Studiedienst van de Vlaamse Regering.

Special Issues

Peer-reviewed Reports and Policy Briefs

  • Momeni, R., Bircan, T., King, R. (2022). Environment-induced internal displacement. The case of Somalia (Deliverable 4.3). Leuven: HumMingBird project 870661 – H2020.

  • Qi, H. & Bircan, T. (2021). Understanding migration drivers. Methodology, sensitivity, and heterogeneity. (Deliverable n°3.2). Leuven: HumMingBird project 870661 – H2020.
    [Open Access]

  • Bircan, T., Ahmad Yar, A.W., Purkayastha, D., & Yilmaz, S. (2021). Find the gap. Addressing the international migration data gaps (policy brief) (Deliverable n°2.3). Leuven: HumMingBird project 870661 – H2020.
    [Open Access]

  • Bircan, T., Purkayastha, D., Ahmad-Yar, A.W., Lotter, K., Dello Iakono, C., Göler, D., Stanek, M., Yilmaz, S., Solano, G., Ünver, Ö. (2020). Gaps in Migration Research: Review of Migration Theories and the Quality and Compatibility of Migration Data on The National and International Level, Leuven, HumMingBird Project 870661 – H2020.
    [Open Access]

  • Purkayastha, D., Vanroelen, C., Bircan, T. (2020). Work, Health and COVID-19: OSH Challenges During the Pandemic. ETUI report.  
    [Open Access]

  • Nicaise, I., Bircan, T., Van Lancker, A. (2019). Feasibility study for a Child Guarantee: Target Group Discussion Paper on Children with a Migrant Background and Refugee Children. European Commission Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion.
    [Open Access]

  • Nieuwenhuis, R., Nelson, K., Bircan, T., Burman, S., Eneroth, M., Machado, J., Metzing, M., Nicaise, I. and Schupp, J. (2019). Migrant’s Social Rights: Evaluating a new approach to collect institutional data for comparative research, Leuven, InGRID-2 project 730998 – H2020. European Commission DirectorateGeneral for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion.
    [Open Access]

  • Nicaise, I., Vandevoort, L., Juchtmans, G., Buffel, V., Ünver, Ö., Van Den Broeck, K., Bircan, T. (2019). Feasibility study for a child guarantee – country report Belgium. European Commission DirectorateGeneral for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion.
    [Open Access]

  • Salman, M., Bircan, T. (2019) Refugee Students’ Experience with the European Higher Education System. A Belgian Case Study. VUB IES Policy Paper, Issue 2019/01.
    [Open Access]

  • Ünver Ö., Nicaise I., Bircan, T.(Contributor). (2018). Towards inclusive service markets through social investment in early childhood education and care. KU Leuven: HIVA (Leuven).
    [Open Access]

  • Demaerschalk, E, Italiano, P., Mondelaers, N.; Steenssens, K., Schepers, W., Bircan, T., Nicaise, I., Van Regenmortel, T., Jacquemain, M., Hermans, K. (2018). MEHOBEL – Measuring Homeless in Belgium. BELSPO.
    [Open Access]

  • Bircan T., Nicaise I., Gábos A. & Tóth G. (2017). Priorities in Data Collection for European Poverty Research. FP7 InGRID project.

  • Van Lancker, A., Nicaise, I., & Bircan, T., et al. (2017) Towards inclusive service delivery through social investment in Flanders. An analysis of five sectors, with a particular focus on water provision, Leuven, HIVA.
    [Open Access]

  • Ünver Ö., Bircan T., Nicaise I. (2016). Inclusiveness of Early Childhood Education and Care: Seven Case Studies across Europe. KU Leuven: HIVA (Leuven).

  • Ünver Ö., Bircan T., Nicaise I. (2016). Accessibility and use of early childhood education and care: a comparative analysis of 34 European countries. KU Leuven: HIVA (Leuven)

  • Isık, Ö. and Bircan T. (2012). Agile Business Intelligence: Following the Agile Principles, Vlerick Business School Research Report.

  • Isık, Ö. and Bircan T.(2012). Agile Business Intelligence: Benefits and Barriers, Vlerick Business School Research Report.

  • Hooghe M., Vanhoutte B., Bircan T. (2009). Technical Report for the Social Cohesion Survey Flanders 2009 (SCIF 2009). Leuven: Centrum voor Politicologie, pp. 90.

  • Bircan, T., Purkayastha, D., Ahmad-Yar, A.W., Lotter, K., Dello Iakono, C., Göler, D., Stanek, M., Yilmaz, S., Solano, G., Ünver, Ö. (2020). Gaps in Migration Research Review of Migration Theories and the Quality and Compatibility of Migration Data on The National and International Level, Leuven, HumMingBird Project 870661 – H2020.

  • Purkayastha, D., Vanroelen, C., Bircan, T. (2020). Work, Health and COVID-19: OSH Challenges During the Pandemic. ETUI report.

  • Nicaise, I., Bircan, T., Van Lancker, A. (2019). Feasibility study for a Child Guarantee: Target Group Discussion Paper on Children with a Migrant Background and Refugee Children. European Commission Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion.

  • Nieuwenhuis, R., Nelson, K., Bircan, T., Burman, S., Eneroth, M., Machado, J., Metzing, M., Nicaise, I. and Schupp, J. (2019). Migrant’s Social Rights: Evaluating a new approach to collect institutional data for comparative research, Leuven, InGRID-2 project 730998 – H2020. European Commission Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion.

  • Nicaise, I., Vandevoort, L., Juchtmans, G., Buffel, V., Ünver, Ö., Van Den Broeck, K., Bircan, T. (2019). Feasibility study for a child guarantee – country report Belgium. European Commission Directorate-General for Employment, Social Affairs and Inclusion.

  • Salman, M., Bircan, T. (2019) Refugee Students’ Experience with the European Higher Education System. A Belgian Case Study. VUB IES Policy Paper, Issue 2019/01.

  • Ünver Ö., Nicaise I., Bircan, T. (Contributor). (2018). Towards inclusive service markets through social investment in early childhood education and care. KU Leuven: HIVA (Leuven).

  • Demaerschalk, E, Italiano, P., Mondelaers, N.; Steenssens, K., Schepers, W., Bircan, T., Nicaise, I., Van Regenmortel, T., Jacquemain, M., Hermans, K. (2018). MEHOBEL – Measuring Homeless in Belgium. BELSPO.

  • Bircan T., Nicaise I., Gábos A. & Tóth G. (2017). Priorities in Data Collection for European Poverty Research. FP7 InGRID project.

  • Van Lancker, A., Nicaise, I., & Bircan, T., et al. (2017) Towards inclusive service delivery through social investment in Flanders. An analysis of five sectors, with a particular focus on water provision, Leuven, HIVA.

  • Ünver Ö., Bircan T., Nicaise I. (2016). Inclusiveness of Early Childhood Education and Care: Seven Case Studies across Europe. KU Leuven: HIVA (Leuven).

  • Ünver Ö., Bircan T., Nicaise I. (2016). Accessibility and use of early childhood education and care: a comparative analysis of 34 European countries. KU Leuven: HIVA (Leuven).

  • Isık, Ö. and Bircan T. (2012). Agile Business Intelligence: Following the Agile Principles, VlerickBusiness School Research Report.

  • Isık, Ö. and Bircan T. (2012). Agile Business Intelligence: Benefits and Barriers, Vlerick Business School Research Report.

  • Hooghe M., Vanhoutte B., Bircan T. (2009). Technical Report for the Social Cohesion Survey Flanders 2009 (SCIF 2009). Leuven: Centrum voor Politicologie, pp. 90.

Conference Talks and Proceedings

  • Bircan T. and Akdag Salah A.A. (2021). Knowledge base sphere of AI for Migration studies. 18th IMISCOE Annual Conference Crossing borders, connecting cultures, Online, July 7-9, 2021.

  • Purkayastha, D. and Bircan T. (2021). Less than equal: A qualitative study
    of the Single Permit Directive. The Migration Conference 2021, Online, July 6-10, 2021.

  • Ozdek, E. and Bircan T. (2021). Understanding the integration process of highly skilled migrants from Turkey. The Migration Conference 2021, Online, July 6-10, 2021.

  • Purkayastha, D. and Bircan T. (2021). Migration categories in administrative data versus dynamic lives: A qualitative approach to draw the limits of existing data. The annual meeting of Dutch and Flemish Sociologists (“Dag van de Sociologie”), Online, June 10, 2021.

  • Ahmad Yar, A.W., Bircan, T. (2021). Using Big Data to complement migration statistics: Insights from National Statistical Institutes. The annual meeting of Dutch and Flemish Sociologists (“Dag van de Sociologie”), Online, June 10, 2021.

  • Pour Ibrahimi, H., Bircan, T. (2021). A bibliometric analysis of big data and artificial intelligence research in policy domain. The annual meeting of Dutch and Flemish Sociologists (“Dag van de Sociologie”), Online, June 10, 2021.

  • Bircan T. et al. (2020). Review of Migration Theories and the Quality and Compatibility of Migration Data Mind the Gap: Critical Perspectives on Migration Theories and Data. HumMingBird Expert Workshop, Online, December 3-4, 2020.

  • Arcila Calderón, C., Bircan, T., Pignotti, M., Rosetti, G, Salah, A.A., Sirbu, A. (2020). From Turkey to Europe: movement of people at the Turkish border in March 2020. Workshop Human MigrationPotential Areas for Combinations of Big Data. SocInfo2020 Conference, Pisa/Hybrid, October 6-9, 2020.

  • Salah, A.A. and Bircan T. (2020). Using mobile CDR for modeling migration patterns. 17th IMISCOE Annual Conference Mobilities and Immobilities in Pandemic Times, Online, July 1-2, 2020.

  • Bircan T. (2020). Lost in Definition: Migrants of Europe in Large-Scale Surveys. International Forum for Migration Statistics, Cairo, Egypt, January 19-21, 2020.

  • Bircan T., Salman M. (2018). Syrian Refugee Youth Seeking Hope: Educational Aspirations and Integration of Refugee Youth in Belgium. XIX ISA World Congress of Sociology, Toronto, Canada, July 15- 21, 2018.

  • Bircan T. (2018). Micro Data for Quality of Life Indicators and Their Representativeness for Migrants. InGRID-2 Expert workshop 'Methods and data infrastructure to measure the quality of life of various vulnerable groups: extending IPOLIS', Budapest, Hungary, 25-27 April 2018.

  • Ünver Ö., Bircan T. (2018). Measuring the Accessibility and Use of ECEC in Europe. Presented at the InGRID Expert Workshop: Methods and data infrastructure to measure the quality of life of various vulnerable groups: extending IPOLIS, Budapest, 25 Apr 2018-27 Apr 2018.

  • Bircan T. (2017). Seeking Neverland: Refugee Children in Europe. 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Athens, Greece, 29 Aug. - 1 Sept. 2017.

  • Bircan T., Guven, S. (2017). Syrian Refugees and Challenges for Health System: Case of Istanbul. 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Athens, Greece, 29 Aug. - 1 Sept. 2017.

  • Bircan T., Guven, S. (2017). Right to Health: Provision of Healthcare Services to Syrian Refugees. The Migration Conference, Athens, Greece, 23-26 August 2017.

  • Ünver Ö., Bircan T., Nicaise I. (2017). The State as the Provider and Financer of Childcare: Perceptions of the Public. 13th Conference of the European Sociological Association, Athens, Greece, 29 Aug. - 1 Sept. 2017

  • Nicaise I., Bircan T. (2017). Data gaps in poverty research. InGRID I Final Conference, Brussels, Belgium, 17 January 2017.

  • Ünver Ö., Broekhuizen M., Bircan T., Nicaise I. (2016). Accessibility and inclusiveness of ECEC services. Evidence from Survey Analyses, Stakeholder Study and Focus Groups. Conference ‘A great start in life’, Brussels, Belgium, 30 November 2016.

  • Bircan T. (2016). Does Corruption Matter? Impact of 2013 Corruption Scandal on Political Trust in Turkey. WAPOR Conference on Political Trust in Contemporary Representative Democracies, Barcelona, 24-25 November 2016.

  • Nicaise I., Ünver Ö., Bircan T. (2016). Hoe inclusief zijn Europese VVE-stelsels? De invloed van systeemkenmerken op de gepercipieerde toegankelijkheid en het gebruik van VVE onder kansengroepen. ECCESS Conference, Utrecht, The Netherlands, 10 November 2016.

  • Ünver Ö., Bircan T., Nicaise I. (2016). How inclusive are European ECEC systems? The Impact of Institutional Settings of ECEC on the perceived Accessibility and use of Child Care by Disadvantaged Groups. CARE Closing Conference, Lisbon, Portugal, 5-6 October 2016.

  • Nicaise I., Ünver Ö., Bircan T. (2016). How inclusive are European ECEC systems? The Impact of Institutional Settings of ECEC on the perceived Accessibility and use of Child Care by Disadvantaged Groups. Conference ‘Child poverty in times of crisis’, Salzburg, Austria, 26-28 August 2016.

  • Ünver Ö., Bircan T., Nicaise I. (2016). How does perceived accessibility of ECEC vary across European countries? Impact of Systemic Characteristics: A Multi-level Approach. European Sociological Association Conference, Prague, Czech Republic, 25-28 August 2016.

  • Ünver Ö., Nicaise I., Bircan T. (2016). How does the Institutional Setting of ECEC Systems affect the Perceived Quality of Services by Parents? A Cross-country multi-level study. Third ISA Forum of Sociology, Vienna, Austria, 10 July 2016.

  • Bircan T. (2016). Refugee policies in Belgium and the aftermath of the Syrian Crisis. SeSaMO Annual Conference. Migrants: communities, borders, memories, conflicts, Catania, 17-19 March 2016.

  • Nicaise I., Ünver Ö., Bircan T. (2016). Welfare State, Institutional Setting and Perceived Accessibility of ECEC in Europe. Symposium 'Against all odds' at GEBF Conference, Berlin, Germany, 9 March 2016.

  • Ünver Ö., Bircan T., Nicaise I. (2015). How does perceived accessibility of ECEC vary across European countries? Impact of Systemic Characteristics: A Multi-level Approach. European Sociological Association Conference, Prague, 26-28 August 2015.

  • Ünver Ö., Nicaise I., Bircan T. (2015). Impact of the Institutional Setting of ECEC on the Perceived Accessibility of ECEC across Europe: A Multi-level Approach. EDAC-ESPAnet Summer School, Leuven, 14-18 September 2015.

  • Ünver Ö., Bircan T., Nicaise I. (2015). How does perceived accessibility of ECEC vary across European countries? Impact of Systemic Characteristics: A Multi-level Approach. European Sociological Association Conference, Prague, 26-28 August 2015.

  • Bircan T. (2014). Crime Across City Borders: Evidence from Turkey. 2nd CINETS Conference, Leiden 9-10 October 2014.

  • Bircan, T., Hooghe, M. (2010). Ethnic Diversity, Perceptions of Ethnic Diversity and Ethnocentrism. A Multilevel Analysis of Ethnocentrism in Belgian Communities. World Congress of Sociology. Göteborg, Sweden, 11-17 July 2010.

  • Bircan, T. (2010). Diversity, Perception and Ethnocentrism. A Multilevel Analysis of Ethnocentrism in Belgian Communities. Politicologenetmaal 2010. Leuven, 27-28 May 2010.

  • Bircan, T., Hardyns, W., Hooghe, M. (2009). Leuvens Instituut voor Criminologie (LINC), Lecture: "Unemployment, Inequality, and Crime. An Analysis of Belgian National Crime Records, 2001-2005", 2de Criminologisch Forum van de Vlaamse Vereniging voor Criminologie, Strafrecht en Forensisch.

  • Bircan, T., Hardyns, W. (2008). Economic Disadvantage and Area Concentrations of Criminal Events. Dutch-Belgian Political Science Conference. Nijmegen, 29-30 May 2008. Centrum voor Politicologie, pp. 90