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Book

Migration: Economic Change, Social Challenge

 

Christian Dustmann's edited book 'Migration: Economic Change, Social Challenge' was published by Oxford University Press. The book's contributors are: Jack Citrin, Sarit Cohen Goldner, Christian Dustmann, Zvi Eckstein, Paul Frijters, Robert G. Gregory, Guillermina Jasso, Douglas S. Massey, David McKenzie, Xin Meng, Alexandro Portes, Mark R. Rosenzweig, Erik Vickstrom and Yoram Weiss

UK Election

Manifesto Check

Professor Ian Preston analyses the content of several party manifestos in terms of immigration policy:

Liberal Democrats

Labour Party

Plaid Cymru

Final Grand Manifesto Check

The Migration Conversation
 

What do we know about migration?

CReAM has compiled a fact sheet to inform the UK's national debate on migration. Download

Prof Ian Preston talks on BBC Radio Northampton about the facts on immigration. Listen

Prof Ian Preston talks together with Giovanni Peri and David Card on the Economic Impact of Immigration on audioBoom. Listen
 

Immigration - an evidence-based debate

A meeting held on Tuesday 21 April 2015 at the Royal Statistical Society organised by Conversation UK and the Royal Statistical Society. Listen

 

Prof Ian Preston on Sky News discussing immigration policy:

 

UBS Economic Forum- 21.04.2015

Christian Dustmann's keynote speech on the Human Capital as a Central Economic Factor.

 

Christian Dustmann and Mauro Dell'Ambrogio on the final discussion of the forum.

 

Director

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Email: c.dustmann@ucl.ac.uk

Tel:  +44 (0)20 3549 5356

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Christian Dustmann

Christian Dustmann is Professor at the Department of Economics, University College London. He is Director of CReAM, the Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration, and scientific Director of the Norface programme on migration. He is a research fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), and a research associate of the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).

His main research interests are in population economics (migration, economics of the family), and labour economics (education, wage structures, and earnings mobility), and he has widely published in these areas.