Date and time
ABSTRACT SUBMISSION DEADLINE: TUESDAY 29TH NOVEMBER 2019
Internal and international migration is at the center of global attention and created both scientific as well as political debates on the socio-economic impact of migrants on both sending and receiving regions. In line with the current scientific debate, this conference will bring together a range of international participants from different disciplines to present and debate their work in a welcoming, supportive and stimulating environment. Participants will be able to enrich their engagement with contemporary research in the field and share their learning.
Jacques Poot – Emeritus Professor, National Institute of Demographic and Economic Analysis, Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, University of Waikato
Rachel Franklin – Professor of Geographical Analysis, Centre for Urban and Regional Development Studies
Spatial Analytics and Modelling Lab, Newcastle University
The conference gives PhD students and researchers the opportunity to network, collaborate and socialize with others working in economics, regional and urban studies, planning, geography, politics, development studies and related fields. We also provide a scholarship for young scholars (PhD students or postdoctoral researchers).
This event is part of the RSA Migration, Interconnectivity and Regional Development (MICaRD) research network, as the event is funded through this grant. The 2020 conference is hosted by the Gran Sasso Science Institute area of Social Sciences. We welcome submissions with a regional focus and especially in the following areas:
- Regional and International Migration
- Urban and Regional Inequalities, Social Mobility and Uneven Develop men
- Housing Markets
- Education, Skills and Regional Labor Markets
- Global and Regional Demographic Challenge
Abstract submission: Please submit your research (up to 250 words) to this email address firstname.lastname@example.org by 29th November 2019. Abstracts will be considered against the criteria of originality and interest, subject balance and geographical spread to be awarded one of the 10 scholarships (max 250 euro) available for young scholars (PhD students or postdoctoral researchers). Registration fee for this workshop is 50 Euro for non-RSA members and 30 Euro for RSA members.
- Alessandra Faggian, Professor of Applied Economics, Gran Sasso Science Institute.
- Bianca Biagi, Associated Professor of Political Economy, University of Sassari.
- Marco Modica, Assistant Professor of Applied Economics, Gran Sasso Scence Institute.
- Masood Gheasi, Postdoctoral Researcher, Gran Sasso Science Institute.