Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration

CReAM

Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration

Type Research Center
Website cream-migration.org
Location London United Kingdom United Kingdom
Functions Research
Tags labour economics population movement population mobility
Summary CReAM is an independent and interdisciplinary research centre located in the Department of Economics at University College London. CReAM's research focuses on the causes, patterns and consequences of international population mobility and movements affecting UK, Europe and associated global processes. CReAM aims at informing the public debate on migration in the UK and in Europe by providing new insight, helping to steer the current policy debate in a direction that is based on carefully researched evidence without partisan bias. CReAM contributes to the development of new theories and methodological advances in data analysis, ensuring the ability to contribute and inform on a wide range of issues of policy concern, and establishing a reputation for analysis that is accepted as open, transparent and reliable.,Topics: Immigration and Integration Policies; Migration Sociology; Diversity and Multiculturalism; EU Justice and Home Affairs; Fundamental Rights; Rule of Law Promotion;

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CReAM · 25 November 2022 English

Focusing next on the effects of T&O on routine and abstract employment shares at the firm level, we find that in firms that implement T&O the employment share of routine …


CReAM · 26 October 2022 English

In Section 2 we build a basic model of the effect of restrictions on 1 A limitation of that work is that in the United States, natural randomization of high-skill …


CReAM · 4 October 2022 English

In the main analysis, we measure the income of children born in 1988-1990 in the period 2015-2019, when they are 25-31 years old, and relate it to the income of …


CReAM · 30 September 2022 English

The results show that the greater the number of conflict-induced fatalities in the period before the interview, the more often refugees pray. [...] We thereby take advantage of the exogenous …


CReAM · 1 September 2022 English

To shed light on the de- terminants of kindergarten enrollment growth during the reform, we examine the correlations between the growth of the kindergarten enrollment rate and pre-reform provincial characteristics …


CReAM · 25 August 2022 English

In fact, using both the 2009 Syria Family Health Survey and the 2018 TDHS, we show that the educational distribution of the Syrian refugees in Turkey is similar to that …


CReAM · 14 June 2022 English

Cortés and Tessada 2011, Farré, González, and Ortega 2011, Furtado 2016) and are not eligible to become NAs if they lack legal status.7 The last part of the paper investigates …


CReAM · 13 June 2022 English

A drawback of our data is that we only observe the district of residence at the time of the school entry examination, as opposed to the district during pregnancy and …


CReAM · 8 June 2022 English

Comparing the results with those for the United States and the European Union, the most strik- ing difference is that, in India, we do not find any significant reactions to …


CReAM · 18 May 2022 English

Furthermore, parents’ integration plans pushed their children from the 28th percentile to the 38th percentile of the 9th grade GPA distribution and from the 87th percentile to the 82nd percentile …


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