Invited Academic Speakers include: Richard Alba, Jagdish Bhagwati, François Bourguignon, Leah Boustan, David Card, Barry Chiswick, Claudia Diehl, Frederic Docquier, Ayse Guveli, Jens Hainmueller, Anthony Heath, Jennifer Hunt, Frank Kalter, Ethan Lewis, Mirca Madianou, Valentina Mazzucato, David McKenzie, Judi Mesman, Kaivan Munshi, Giovanni Peri, Lucinda Platt, Imran Rasul and Jeffrey Reitz.
Academic Podia on:
Transnational and Multicultural Lives
Ethnicity, Religion and Discrimination
First and Second Generation Migrants
Migration and Knowledge Spill-overs
Migration and Development
New Frontiers in Migration Data
Policy Podia on:
How should Governments Best Address World Trends in Migration?
Migration: the Key Challenge for the EU?
Invitation to submit: The NORFACE Research Programme on Migration and the Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration (CReAM) at UCL are jointly organising a large interdisciplinary conference on migration. The conference will be held from 10th – 13th April, 2013 at University College London. It will feature invited talks, contributed sessions and a number of academic podia on topics at the frontier of the migration research agenda, as well as two policy events, where high level practitioners, politicians and media representatives will discuss migration related issues.
We welcome scholars from economics, sociology, psychology, demography, anthropology, development studies, and other disciplines with an interest in migration issues, to submit innovative papers on any aspect related to migration. Papers and abstracts should be submitted electronically, using the on-line submission link below.
Submission Guidelines: Submissions for presentation should include an abstract (max. 250 words) and a full paper.
Submission Deadline: Submissions of full papers (pdf files) for contributed sessions are expected by 16th December, 2012.
Acceptance decisions will be communicated to the submitters by 31st January, 2013.
Presentation Format: The selected papers will be grouped by category. There will be parallel sessions, with four presentations in each session. Each parallel session will be two hours long. Each presenter will be allocated 30 minutes, including time for discussion.
Other: Travel and accommodation expenses should be covered by the participants themselves. However, there will be a limited number of registration fee waivers for participants under exceptional circumstances.