- OsloMet – Oslo Metropolitan UniversitySenior ResearcherOslo
- Resource Policy Group (GRS), NTNFResearcherOslo
Acil Abdul Hadi is an expatration and skilled migration scholar, taking part of the Marie-Sklodowska Curie project on Global Mobility of employees. Acil is particularly interested in socio-economic consequences of migration including skills acquisition and career development.
- Institute for Security Studiessenior researcher, migration and refugeesAddis Ababa
Tsion Tadesse Abebe is a lead researcher and analyst on migration and forced displacement. Currently, she is working as a senior researcher in the Migration Programme of the Institute for Security Studies (ISS), a leading think-tank in Africa. She has extensively published on migration and forced displacement and the link between migration and security. The Global Compact for Migration, the Global Compact on Refugees, and Securitisation of intra-African Migration are some of the issues covered by her publications. Tsion is a founding member of the Global Academic Interdisciplinary Network (GAIN) and member of the editorial board of Refugees Survey Quarterly, which is published by Oxford University Press.
- Asian Demographic Research Institute, Shanghai UniversityProfessorShanghai
- International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IIASA)ResearcherLaxenburg
- Ronin InstituteIndependent Scholar
- Indian Institute of Technology - MadrasPhD
- Narsee Monjee Institute of Management Studies UniversityAssistant ProfessorMumbai
Migration researcher focussing on the determinants and impacts of international migration, remittances and return migration from a source region perspective. Works mainly on migration from India. Examins impact of migration on inter-generational mobilities, occupational mobilities, and social inequalities. Current research focuses include migration, integration, and counterflows with an intersection on gender, human capital development, and inequality.
- International Organization for Migration's Global Migration Data Analysis CentreData analystBerlin
Eduardo Acostamadiedo is a Data Analyst at the Global Migration Data Analysis Centre (GMDAC) at the International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Berlin, Germany. He has researched the future of immigration to the European Union, the extent to which intentions to migrate from Africa to the European Union materialise, and attitudes towards migrants within Africa. He completed a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from Universidad de los Andes in Bogotá and a Master in Public Policy from Hertie School of Governance in Berlin.
Cevdet Acu is a PhD candidate in Economics. He is interested in refugee economies, labour market integration of refugees, and economic development. His focus is on the macroeconomic influence of displaced people on receiving countries. His research is concerned with the question of how Syrian refugees impact the labour market in host countries in Jordan, Lebanon and Turkey.
- SOAS, University of LondonAssociate Professor of International RelationsLondon
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