Research focus: Social geography, migration studies, behavioral geography
A note for prospective PhD students: Potential PhD candidates interested in broadly defined migration and integration issues, particularly those with interdisciplinary ideas and approaches, are welcome.
- Ongoing PhD projects: Local, transnational and national civic-political participation of Czech post-revolutionary migrants and non-migrants in EU and its relationship to subjective level of socio-cultural and economic integration (Kristýna Janurová); Status of migrant domestic workers, current situation in Czechia (Lenka Pavelková); International student mobility: brain drain in current globalized world (Dana Rakovcová)
- Completed PhD projects: International labour migration and labour migrants in Czechia during the global economic crisis 2008 – 2012 (Soňa Obůrková); Integration of qualified Sub-Saharan immigrants in Prague: Comparative analysis - via-a-vis situation in Paris, London, Lutych (Andrea Gerstnerová); Potential of highly-qualified university educated international labour force on the Czech labour market (Ondřej Valenta); Immigration and integration policies in France – at global, national and local levels (Markéta Seidlová); Migrants´ entrepreneurship in Czechia (Dita Čermáková); Quality of life and its regional differentiation in Czechia and Prague (Eva Heřmanová); Expatriots´ acculturation in the Czech cultural environment (Michal Gärtner); Vietnamese in Czechia and in the world: migration and adaptation strategies (Tereza Freidingerová); Migrants in an irregular position – Czechia as a destination country (Lenka Medová); Frontier migration between Kazakhstan and Russia: The case of the West Kazakhstan (Ainur Karzhaubayeva)
For more information see the academic profile of Dušan Drbohlav.