CONF : The Economics of Migration – Junior Migration Seminar — Nov. 2020


Objective
The aim of the Junior Migration Seminar is to provide PhD students and post-​doctoral researchers the oppor­tu­nity to present their work in front of fellow junior researchers and faculty members, from a broad range of insti­tu­tions. Participation to the seminar is open to all and infor­ma­tion is dissem­i­nated through the mailing list.

Call for Papers

Junior researchers working on any aspect of migra­tion who wish to present can send a draft version of their paper to junioreconmig@gmail.com. Submissions will be reviewed on a rolling basis.

Schedule

Seminars are weekly, and held on Mondays from 5.30 to 6.20 pm CET on Zoom. Each seminar will include one presen­ta­tion (40 min) and discus­sion (10 min). You can add the schedule to your agenda here.

The link to register for each presen­ta­tion is below. More infor­ma­tion and reminders are sent through the mailing list.

  • November 9th : Sarah Schneider (PSE), Hosting Refugee and Voting for the Far-​Right : Evidence from France

To attend, please register here.

  • November 16th : Charly Porcher (Darmouth College), Migration with Costly Information

To attend, please register here.

  • November 23rd : Kirsten Slungaard Mumma (Harvard University), Immigrant Integration in the United States : The Role of Adult English Language Training (with Blake Heller)

To attend, please register here.

  • November 30th : Jaime Arellano-​Bover (Yale University), The Role of Firms in the Assimilation of Immigrants (with Shmuel San)

To attend, please register here.

Register

If you want to receive infor­ma­tion on the webi­nars, you can subscribe to our mailing list via this form.

Organizers

Elsa Gautrain (UCA, CERDI, ICM), Yajna Govind (INED, PSE, ICM), Giuseppe Grasso (LISER, University of Luxembourg), Lucas Guichard (LISER, ICM), Alexia Lochmann (PSE, ICM), Sara Signorelli (PSE, Labor Chair)

Page référence : Please find the programme and papers” abstracts at the Economics of Migration – Junior seminar webpage