Anzelika Zaiceva, Klaus F. Zimmermann, 28 July 2008

The authors of CEPR DP6921 look at migration within the EU, before and after the 2004 enlargement. In particular, they assess the scale and drivers of migration, and the composition of the migrants before the enlargement, and look at how this has changed post-enlargement.

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The school intends to provide an intensive training course for Ph.D. students and young researchers who are working in the fields of international economics and development.

Timothy Hatton, 07 April 2008

Across the EU, new asylum applications have fallen dramatically, which some governments attribute to their policy changes. New research shows that tougher policies are indeed deterring asylum seekers, though perhaps less than government ministers would like to claim.

L Alan Winters, 11 December 2007

Migration matters and will matter more as the lopsidedness of the world age-profile works its way through into labour and product markets. Surprisingly, there has been no global dataset on migration stocks until now. A new CEPR Policy Insight introduces the new database maintained at the University of Sussex.

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