Press briefings on selected papers

The list of press briefings will be updated daily during the conference.

AU PAIRS AND AU PAIRING IN THE UK: An under-regulated occupation (Rosie Cox and Nicky Busch)

NATIVES’ HOSTILITY TO IMMIGRANTS REDUCES IMMIGRATION (Cédric Gorinas and Mariola Pytliková)

MIGRANT PROTEST IN GREECE: Political action rather than an act of desperation (Georgios Karyotis and Dimitris Skleparis)

DISCRIMINATION AGAINST IMMIGRANT WORKERS: Irish evidence on the impact of recession (Gillian Kingston, Frances McGinnity and Philip O’Connell)

IMMIGRANTS BOOST PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH (Francesc Ortega and Giovanni Peri)

FOREIGN SCIENTISTS BOOST CITIES’ GROWTH (Giovanni Peri, Kevin Shih and Chad Sparber)

ANONYMOUS APPLICATIONS FAIL TO HELP MINORITY WORKERS GET JOBS (Bruno Crépon, Luc Behaghel and Thomas Le Barbanchon)

IMMIGRANTS IN EUROPEAN COUNTRIES BOOST THE CAREERS OF NATIVE WORKERS (Cristina Cattaneo, Carlo Fiorio and Giovanni Peri)

INTEGRATING IMMIGRANTS: Nordic policy success in raising employment and reducing benefit payments (Matti Sarvimäki and Kari Hämäläinen)

MOTHER TONGUE HAS A POWERFUL IMPACT ON IMMIGRANTS’ LANGUAGE ACQUISITION (Ingo Isphording)

MIGRANTS AS FAMILIES’ RISK-TAKERS: Evidence from China (Christian Dustmann, Francesco Fasani, Xin Meng and Luigi Minale)

BETTER EDUCATION IN FOREIGN LANGUAGES: A key way to tackle Europe’s problems of high youth unemployment (Ainhoa Aparicio-Fenoll and Zoe Kuehn)

GLOBAL CLIMATE CHANGE: Impacts on international migration (Michel Beine and Christopher Parsons)

HIRING PRACTICES OF NORWEGIAN EMPLOYERS: How they changed after the 2011 terror attacks (Gunn Elisabeth Birkelund, Arnfinn Midtbøen, Jon Rogstad and Elisabeth Ugreninov)

LONG-TERM ENVIRONMENTAL CHANGES HAVE A BIGGER IMPACT ON MIGRATION PATTERNS THAN SUDDEN DISASTERS: Evidence from Indonesia (Pratikshya Bohra-Mishra and Michael Oppenheimer)

UNSKILLED EUROPEAN MIGRANTS FOUND SUCCESS IN AMERICA: Lessons from the age of mass migration a century ago (Leah Boustan, Ran Abramitzky and Katherine Eriksson)

ETHNIC DIVERSITY BOOSTS INNOVATION: Evidence from across Europe (Valentina Bosetti, Cristina Cattaneo and Elena Verdolini)

HAS THE WORLD REALLY BECOME MORE MIGRATORY? Mixed evidence from a new Migration Globalisation Index (Mathias Czaika and Hein de Haas)

DRIVERS OF EMIGRATION: New evidence on the impact of wealth and the quality of local amenities (Christian Dustmann and Anna Okatenko)

SUCCESSFUL INTEGRATION OF MUSLIM COMMUNITIES IN BRITISH AND GERMAN CITIES (Sarah Hackett)

UNANTICIPATED CONSEQUENCES: American immigration before and after the 1965 policy reform (Tim Hatton)

THE LABOUR MARKET PERFORMANCE OF EAST EUROPEAN IMMIGRANTS: Contrasts between the UK and Northern European neighbours (Mari Kangasniemi and Merja Kauhanen)

THE GLOBAL RACE FOR INVENTORS’ BRAINS: A new indicator based on patent data (Carsten Fink, Ernest Miguelez and Julio Raffo)

A GLOBAL VIEW OF CROSS-BORDER MIGRATION: Significant benefits for origin and destination countries (Julian di Giovanni, Andrei Levchenko and Francesc Ortega)

THE SOCIOLOGY OF MULTICULTURALISM: Evidence from Canada (Jeffery Reitz)

SKILLED NON-EU MIGRANTS: SMALL IMPACT ON THE UK HOUSING MARKET (Christine Whitehead, Ann Edge, Ian Gordon, Kath Scanlon and Tony Travers)

 

IMPORTING BRIDES IN EAST ASIA: A new threat from China to its less-developed neighbours (Daiji Kawaguchi and Soohyung Lee)

ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS’ ACCESS TO AMERICAN HIGHER EDUCATION: Tuition subsidies raise enrolment at low cost to other student groups (Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes and Chad Sparber)

CROSS-BORDER ‘MARRIAGE MARKETS’ IN ASIA: Evidence on what determines men and women’s relative bargaining power (Yoram Weiss, Junjian Yi and Junsen Zhang)