Jasna Čapo objavila je članak pod nazivom “Economic Activities and Agency of ‘Love-Driven’ International Migrants in the City of Zagreb” u zborniku Contemporary Migration Trends and Flows on the Territory of Southeast Europe (2019) čiji su urednici Marijeta Rajković Iveta, Petra Kelemen i Drago Župarić-Iljić (Zagreb: Filozofski fakultet Sveučilišta u Zagrebu, Odsjek za etnologiju i kulturnu antropologiju, FF-press).
Petra Kelemen, članica projekta, jedna je od urednica zbornika.
Sažetak članka: Croatia has traditionally been an emigration country. Though to this day it remains an emigration country – emigration being on the rise in the current decade – my intention in this presentation is to make an enquiry into those people who immigrate into Croatia, and in particular in Zagreb and some of the towns along the Adriatic. The target population are young and middle aged people, past the education stage, who have settled with or without any specific plan of remaining. Who are they? Where do they come from? What brings them to Croatia and what do they do there? Is there a specific migration channel along which they immigrate? What are their plans and specifics of installation as well as ways of being and belonging in Zagreb and other towns? The presentation is based on encounters and interviews with immigrants as well as an analysis of web-based expats’ networks. It is a preliminary account of research done within the project City-making: space, culture and identity (funded by Croatian Science Foundation, project no 2350).