Securitisation of Migrant Integration 
Lessons from the US and UK

Simon Reich 

Responsible for the organization and presentation of policy reports and briefs. 

Simon Reich holds an academic appointment as a professor in the Division of Global Affairs and Department of Political Science at Rutgers Newark. He is author or editor of ten books and over fifty articles and book chapters. His latest book, co-authored with Richard Ned Lebow, entitled Good-bye Hegemony! Power and Influence in the Global System, has just been published by Princeton University Press. His work has been published in Governance, International Interactions, International Organization, International Security, and the Review of International Political Economy. His work has been translated into Dutch, German and Japanese. 
Reich’s public service has included working at the US Congressional Office of Technology Assessment, as Director of Research and Analysis at the Royal Institute for International Affairs (Chatham House) in London, and as inaugural director of the Ford Institute for Human Security at the University of Pittsburgh. Reich has been the recipient of numerous scholarships and grants including the Council on Foreign Relations’ International Affairs Fellowship, the Carnegie Corporation of New York, the Government of Canada, the Ford Foundation, the Sloan Foundation, and the US Institute of Peace. He recently served as Chair of the Helen Dwight Reid Award given to the best dissertation in the field of International Relations (2008).