CONF : Workshop « New data and methods for migration studies : going beyond traditional data sources », Monday 10th and Tuesday 11th of October 2022, PSE, Paris


Cet atelier de deux jours vise à réunir des spécia­listes des migra­tions de diverses disci­plines. La confé­rence est consa­crée à la recherche et à la présen­ta­tion de nouvelles méthodes d’étude des migra­tions humaines basées sur des sources de données et des méthodes non traditionnelles.
Les keynotes seront présentés par Joshua Blumen­stock (UC Berkeley), Katia Zhuravs­kaya (PSE, EHESS), Petra Molnar (EDRi) et Stefano Maria Iacus (Harvar­dU­ni­ver­sity).

Programme détaillé (en anglais)

Monday, October 10

09:00–09:15 Regis­tra­tion
Recep­tion area : Paris School of Econo­mics, 48 Boule­vard Jourdan, Paris, 75014

09:15–09:30 Opening Session
Room : Amphi­theatre
Gree­tings :
Hillel Rapo­port, Paris School of Econo­mics, Head of Migra­tion Explo­ra­tory at SoBig­Data
Tuba Bircan, Vrije Univer­si­teit Brussel, Humming­Bird Project
Alina Sirbu, Univer­sity of Pisa, SoBig­Data & Humming­Bird Projects
Jerome Valette, Univer­sity Paris 1 Pantheon-Sorbonne, and Institut Conver­gence Migration

09:30–10:30 Keynote Lecture 1 : Tech­no­lo­gical Violence Through High-Risk Expe­ri­ments at the Border
Speaker : Petra Molnar (Refugee Law Lab, Centre for Refugee Studies, York University)

10:30–11:00 Coffee break

11:00–13:00 Session 1 : Deve­lop­ment and Migra­tion
Chair : Jerome Valette

Jisu Kim (Max Planck Insti­tute for Demo­gra­phic Research): “Online Social Inte­gra­tion of Migrants : Evidence from Twitter”
Annali Mireia Casa­nueva Artis (Paris School of Econo­mics): “Going Viral in a Pandemic : Social Media and the Broa­de­ning of the Black Lives Matter” (with Vladimir Avetian, Sulin Sardo­schau, and Kritika Saxena)
Bilgecag Aydogdu (Utrecht Univer­sity): “A new moda­lity of trans­na­tio­na­lism : Airtime remit­tances and their short-term respon­si­ve­ness to critical events” (with Illias Gorantis, Ozge Bilgili, and Albert Ali Salah)
Andre Groeger (Univer­sitat Auto­noma de Barce­lona): “Predic­ting Bila­teral Refugee Flows using Google Trends Data”

13:00–14:30 Lunch break

14:30–16:30 Session 2 : Poli­tical Economy of Migra­tion
Chair : Hillel Rapoport

Ales­sandra Stampi-Bombelli (ETH Zurich): “Immi­gra­tion and Social Desti­na­tion : Evidence from News­pa­pers during the Age of Mass Migra­tion” (with Gloria Gennaro, Dominik Hangartner, and Elliott Ash)
Apurav Yash Bhatiya (Univer­sity of Birmin­gham): “Do Enfran­chised Immi­grants Affect Poli­ti­cians’ Beha­viour?”
Athina Anas­ta­siadou (Max Plank Insti­tute for Demo­gra­phic Research): “War and Migra­tion : First Steps of Quan­ti­fying the Russian Exodus with Digital Trace Data” (with Artem Volgin)
Godwin Osabutey (Univer­sity of Bologna): “The effect of inter­ac­tion and compo­si­tion on resident-immi­grant cultural contact” (with Pier­luigi Contucci)

16:30–17:00 Coffee break

17:00–18:00 Keynote Lecture 2 : Belie­ving and Sprea­ding Fake News
Speaker : Ekate­rina Zhura­vas­kaya (Paris School of Economics)

19:30–22:00 Confe­rence Dinner

Tuesday, October 11

09:30–10:30 Keynote Lecture 3 : Migra­tion and Big Data : from Research to Policy
Speaker : Joshua Blumen­stock (Univer­sity of Cali­fornia Berkeley)

10:30–11:00 Coffee break

11:00–13:00 Session 3 : High Skilled Migra­tion and Cultural Exchanges
Chair : Tuba Bircan

Camilo Umana Dajud (CEPII): “Free Trade Agree­ments and the Move­ment of Busi­ness People” (with Thierry Mayer and Hillel Rapo­port)
Alina Sirbu (Univer­sity of Pisa): “Analy­sing Scien­tific Migra­tion Drivers to Predict Scien­tific Migra­tion Flows” (with Laura Pollacci)
Laura Pollacci (Univer­sity of Pisa): “Cultural exchange and high-skilled mobi­lity from LinkedIn : the case of Tuscan alumni” (with Gian­marco Di Mauro and Guilio Rossetti)
Massi­mi­liano Coda Zabetta (Univer­sitat de Barce­lona): “Foreign-origin Mana­gers and FDI Loca­tion Choice” (with Ernest Miguelez, Fran­ceso Lissoni, and Sarah Hegarty)

13:00–14:30 Lunch break

14:30–16:00 Session 4 : Methods
Chair : Alina Sirbu

Haodong Qi (Malmo Univer­sity): “From Aspi­ra­tion to Action : Quan­ti­fying Migra­tion Capa­bi­lity Using a Linear-Nonli­near Mixed Approach” (with Tuba Bircan)
Diletta Goglia (Univer­sity of Pisa): “Use of non-tradi­tional data sources to nowcast migra­tion trends through Ariti­cial Intel­li­gence Tech­no­lo­gies” (with Alina Sirbu and Laura Pollacci)
Ahmad Wali (Vrije Univer­si­teit Brussel): “The Use of Big Data for Migra­tion and Human Mobi­lity by National Statis­tical Insti­tu­tions” (with Ahmad Yar and Tuba Bircan)

16:00–16:30 Coffee break

16:30–17:30 Keynote Lecture 4 : Oppor­tu­ni­ties and chal­lenges in the use of alter­na­tive data sources to study migra­tory pheno­mena
Speaker : Stefano Iacus (Harvard Univer­sity)

17:30–19:00 Fare­well recep­tion
PSE Recep­tion Hall

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