Ivan Josipovic, Univ. Ass., BA, MA, MSc

PhD Candidate

Lecturer (Univ. Ass.)

Ivan Josipovic studied political science at the University of Vienna and socioeconomics at the Vienna University of Economics and Business. Since 2018, he has been working as research associate at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, where he engaged in an EU project on the topic of migration governance. He joined INEX in 2021 and is currently pursuing his own PhD project that deals with digital infrastructures in migration control. Since 2022, he is part of the STS-MIGTEC Network

Dissertation project:

The politics and legitimacy of the new digital infrastructures in asylum governance

 

Peer-reviewed publications

  • Wenn das Smartphone der Kontrolle dient – Zur Datenträgerauswertung im österreichischen Asylverfahren (2022). Juridikum: Zeitschrift für Kritik, Recht, Gesellschaft 1/2022, p.20-32.
  • Two Sides of the Same Coin. Post-“Refugee Crisis” Debates on Migration and European Integration in Austrian Party Politics (2022) with Ursula Reeger. In: Foley, J.; Korkut, U.: Contesting
    Cosmopolitan Europe - Euroscepticism, Crisis and Borders. Amsterdam University Press.
  • Beyond Legal Status: Dimensions of Belonging among Forced Migrants in Istanbul and Vienna (2020), with Susan Rottmann and Ursula Reeger. Social Inclusion, Vol.8, No.1, pp.241-251.
  • Die Auswirkungen der „Flüchtlingskrise“ des Jahres 2015 in Österreich: Politische Reaktionen und Einschätzungen von ExpertInnen aus der Praxis (2020), with Ursula Reeger. In: Bauböck, R.; Reinprecht, C.; Sievers, W.: Flucht und Asyl – internationale und österreichische Perspektiven. ÖAW Verlag. Wien.

Online publications and working papers

  • Turning Asylum Seekers’ Smartphones into Control Devices: The Introduction of the Data Extraction Policy in Austria (2021), Oxford Monitor of Forced Migration: Vol. 10.1. See: www.oxforcedmigration.com/current-issue
  • Country Report Austria – Refugee Protection Regimes (2020) with Ursula Reeger. In: RESPOND Working Paper Series Global Migration: Consequences and Response.
  • Country Report Austria – Border Management and Migration Control (2019) with Ursula Reeger. In: RESPOND Working Paper Series Global Migration: Consequences and Response.
  • Country Report Austria – Legal and Policy Framework of Migration Governance (2018) with Ursula Reeger. In: RESPOND Working Paper Series Global Migration: Consequences and Response.

Contact:

Neues Institutsgebäude
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T: +43-1-4277-494 46
F: +43-1-4277-949 4
E-Mail: ivan.josipovic@univie.ac.at