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was held at University College London, April 10-13, 2013. Among the highlights were policy events, academic podia, invited lectures and keynote speech.
Video coverage and photographs now available.
The Report on BBC Radio 4 discusses migration forecasts from new EU accession countries.
See a longer version here.
A BBC news report entitled
David Cameron talks tough over European migrants' benefits cites CReAM research showing that UK immigrants from Central and Eastern Europe are less likely to be on welfare and more likely to work than the native population.
CReAM research that had predicted that opening UK borders to 10 new EU countries in 2004 would increase the population by 13,000 a year has been misinterpreted by MPs
says Prof Christian Dustmann.
CReAM Research on the fiscal impact of immigrants to the UK is cited in a recent blog by journalist Alex Massie.
Read more on The Spectator website.
CReAM Researchers find that high emigration has led to better wages for many in Poland.
Read the Press Release.
Read the Discussion Paper.
CReAM collaborates with the NORFACE Programme on Migration. Check out NORFACE
publications and activities on migration.
Marco Hafner - Jun 2011 onwards
Labor Market Laws and Intra-European Migration: The Role of the State in Shaping Destination Choices . John Palmer and Mariola Pytlikova.
Eliciting Illegal migration rates through list randomization . David McKenzie and Melissa Siegel.
Single-parenthood among migrant children: Determinants and consequences for educational performance . Jaap Dronkers and Matthijs Kalmijn.
Is institutional trust related to the attitudes towards immigrants in Europe? A study of majority and minority population. Vivika Halapuu, Tiiu Paas and Tiit Tammaru.
Do High-Income or Low-Income Immigrants Leave Faster? Govert E. Bijwaard and Jackline Wahba.
Sorting out the impact of cultural diversity on innovative firms. An empirical analysis of Dutch micro-data . Ceren Ozgen and Thomas de Graaff.
The Rt Hon Charles Clarke
Mary C. Waters
CReAM Previous Events:
was organised as part of the Migration Week at UCL, University College London, April 4-9, 2011. Photographs and Recordings of key lectures available now.
Conference jointly organised by Norface Migration Programme, World Bank and CReAM, University College London, September 23-25, 2010.
Venice, September 16 - 18, 2010
at the 3rd EALE/SOLE World Conference, University College London, June 17, 2010.
University College London, June 17 - 19, 2010.
University College London, March 25 - 27, 2010.
London, March 23, 2010.
London, May 22-23, 2009.
Vancouver, BC, Canada, May 11-12, 2009,
University College London (UCL),
29 to 31 March 2006.
Links to websites with information on migration
European Migration Information Network
Based in the Migration Research Unit (MRU) at UCL, it also provides a web-based system to quickly locate useful data related to migration issues.
The Economics and Politics of Employment, Migration and Social Justice
Anglo German Foundation Project coordinated by Prof. Christian Dustman, University College London
Migration Research Unit
The Migration Research Unit is based in the Department of Geography at University College London. It carries out high quality research on international population migration issues.
Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development
Institute for the Study of Labor
The website of this German think-tank hosts a database for literature on migration. There is also a long list of many further links to research centres and organizations whose work is on migration issues.
Migration Policy Institute
This think-tank based in Washington D.C. also runs the
“Migration Information Source”: a very useful tool to quickly retrieve data on various aspects of the topic of migration.
EUROSTAT also provide data on topics related to migration and asylum, in particular under the heading “People in Europe.”
International Organization for Migration
Leading international organization whose scope also touches the effects of migration in Europe.
European Migration Centre
The EMZ aims at linking European institutions working on migration issues. It also runs an extensive literature database and statistics on migration topics.