Assistant Professor, Institute of Political Science, University of Leiden
Katharina holds a Research Master in Comparative Politics from SciencesPo (2012, honors). In 2019 she obtained her PhD (Cum Laude) at the University of Amsterdam. Her research focusses on the politics of migration in North Africa and Europe and on connecting migration policy theory with broader social science research on states and political transformations. Between 2012 and 2015, Katharina worked at the International Migration Institute (Oxford University), the European Commission and the International Center for Migration Policy Development. Since 2011 she is also involved in Asylos, an NGO providing research for lawyers representing asylum seekers. She speaks German, French, English and intermediate Arabic.
Immigration Policy Theory: Thinking Beyond the ‘Western Liberal-Democratic’ Box
Katharina Natter, (2018), IMI Working Paper Series, 145, 1 - 34
International Migration: Trends, determinants and policy effects
Hein de Haas et al, (2018), IMI Working Paper Series, 142
Times of uncertainty in Europe: migration feedback loops in four Moroccan regions
Dominique Jolivet in Mohammed Berriane, Hein de Haas and Katharina Natter (eds.), (2016), Revisiting Moroccan Migrations
Revisiting Moroccan Migrations
Mohammed Berriane et al, (2016), Revisiting Moroccan Migrations
The determinants of migration policies. Does the political orientation of governments matter?
Hein de Haas and Katharina Natter, (2015), IMI Working Paper Series, 117