Migration Working Group
Migration is a multidisciplinary research field that has been strongly represented in the academic research of all departments of the EUI and has formed a specific focus at the Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies. For several years, EUI faculty, fellows and researchers working on projects related to migration and the integration of immigrants have met in the Migration Working Group (MWG) to discuss their research.
The MWG provides an informal and congenial atmosphere for interdisciplinary debate. Sociology, political science, social geography, anthropology, history, economics, law, and demography are among the key disciplines represented in the MWG.
Refugee and Temporary Migrant Labour Market Integration
29 NOVEMBER 2016
Chair: Alexandra Ricard-Guay | EUI
Economic Integration of Refugees: a Study of the French Case
Joachim Jarreau | Paris Dauphine University
Seasonal versus Permanent Migration: Common Patterns in EasternNeighbourhoods Countries
Sona Kalantaryan | EUI
From East to West and from Boom into a Recession: Central and Eastern Europeans on the Irish Labour Market
Justyna Salamonska | The Israeli Centre for Dignity
Poverty, Rivalry and Antagonism: Migrant Workers in the Seasonal Agricultural Production in Turkey
Dedeoglu Saniye | Mugla University
Filipino Women Migrants Domestic Workers in Amman : Transformation of Migration Temporality and Development of New Form of Spatiality
Daphne Caillol | University Paris VII Denis Diderot
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