2016-2017 Events

Immigrants and the Great Divergence

This seminar extends the existing literature by using Census microdata to show that geographic sorting is also nativity-biased, and that immigrant workers sort into cities with higher wages and inelastic housing supplies.
  • 2203 SS&H (Andrews Conference Room) | UC Davis
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Russian Migration Seminar

Visiting scholars from the Institute of Social-Politic Research of the Russian Academy of Sciences (ISPR RAS) will be presenting 15-minute talks regarding Russian migration topics.
  • 2203 SS&H (Andrews Conference Room) | UC Davis
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Crisis Migration: an International Perspective

Researchers from UC Davis and the Max Planck Institute for Social Law and Social Policy in Munich come together to present results of their studies on the social protection of “crisis migrants” including unaccompanied minors, climate change migrants, and those fleeing structural poverty.
  • 1301 King Hall School of Law | UC Davis
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Global Population and Migration Challenges in the 21st Century

Joseph Chamie will provide an entertaining long-term perspective on current population and migration patterns and issues, including the US dilemma of what to do about the estimated 11 million unauthorized foreigners in the US and shrinking populations in many European countries.
  • 234 Wellman | UC Davis
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