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BBC Newsnight

Professor Christian Dustmann addressing immigration effects on wages and jobs on the BBC programme Newsnight. 

 

Migration and Poverty

The Mediterranean Leadership Summit

Professor Christian Dustmann addressing Migration and Poverty at the Mediterranean Leadership Summit in Malta on 28th April 2016.

 

Migration Crisis

BBC Radio 4

Professor Christian Dustmann on BBC Radio 4 discussing the Macedonia-Greece migration crisis

 

BBC Radio 4

Professor Dustmann on BBC Radio 4 Saturday PM discussing the demonstrations in Cologne and the migrant crisis. 

 

Deutsche Welle

Professor Christian Dustmann on Deutsche Welle's Wirtschaft programme discussing the current refugee crisis in Europe (16th October 2015)

 

Deutsche Welle

Professor Christian Dustmann on Deutsche Welle's English Channel discussing the integration of Syrian migrants into the job market (16th October 2015)

 

Current and upcoming CReAM Visitors

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Antonio Dalla-Zuanna

Antonio is Ph.D. student at the department of Economics of the Norwegian School of Economics (NHH). His research field is labor economics and economics of education. He is now working on projects related to job market networks and to intergenerational transmission of wealth.

Antonio is visiting CReAM from January to December 2016.

email: Antonio.Dalla-Zuanna@nhh.no

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Tatiana Martinez Zavala

Tatiana is Ph.D. student at the department of Economics of University of Lyon 2, working at the Groupe d'Analyse et de Théorie Economique (GATE). Her main area of interest is development economics and her current work is on Mexican migration to the US.

Tatiana is visiting CReAM from April until June 2016.

email: martinez@gate.cnrs.fr

Sebastian Otten

Sebastian is a Postdoc in Economics at the Ruhr University Bochum (RUB) and also a Research Affiliate at the Rhine-Westphalia Institute for Economic Research (RWI Essen). He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the Ruhr University Bochum in 2014. Sebastian’s main areas of interests revolve around the empirical analysis of issues related to labor, migration, and cultural economics.

Sebastian is visiting CReAM from July to December 2015.

email: sebastian.otten@rwi-essen.de

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