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Frontiers in Quantitative Migration Research

01.07.2021

Frontiers in Quantitative Migration Research

»Frontiers in Quantitative Migration Research« is an interdisciplinary research seminar jointly organized by the Berlin Institute for Integration and Migration Research (BIM) at Humboldt Universität zu Berlin and the Hertie School of Governance. We gather an international scientific audience of colleagues from economics, sociology, demographics and related disciplines to present and discuss innovative research on migration and integration.

The weekly virtual seminar will be held on Thursdays at 12 pm (in English) and dedicates 30 minutes of presentation time for the speaker and 30 minutes for discussion and questions from the audience. You can join the seminar through this Zoom link. (please see next page for additional dial in options).       

The Program starts on April, 15, ends on July, 8, and will be updated regulary.

To register for the seminar and receive information on upcoming presentations, please send an e-mail with the subject »Frontiers Registration« to: wolf.farkas@hu-berlin.de

Organizers: Herbert Brücker,  Christian Hunkler, Michaela Kreyenfeld and Sulin Sardoschau

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About the institute

Welcome to the website of the Berlin Institute for Integration and Migration Research (BIM) at the Humboldt University of Berlin.

The BIM develops basic scientific principles and empirical data aimed at providing a factual basis for debate on integration issues in Europe, and investigates how integration and migration processes in Germany and Europe have taken place so far and will develop in the future. The BIM is designed for cooperative research and aims at building a broad base for establishing integration and migration research in Berlin. Through its research, the BIM transfers information and findings into the worlds of politics, civil society and the media.

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