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V Workshop on Immigration, Health and Wellbeing, 2021
June 21-22nd 2021
4-7.30 pm GMT (12pm-3pm EST, 9am-12pm PT)
Online Workshop

Register in advance for this meeting:
https://zoom.us/meeting/register/tJwsd-ChrjwoEtT-aiCErB5KiPimJj9TrsOd

Organisers: Osea Giuntella, Catia Nicodemo, Carlos Varga-Silva

Day 21st of June

4:00-4:05 Welcome

4.05pm – 4.25pm Chiara Allegri (Bocconi University)

Unmet needs of the undocumented immigrant population: Evidence from the universe of Italian Hospital Discharge Records. Chiara Allegri and Carlo Devillanova

4.25pm -4.45pm Keita Sekou (Institute for Employment Research)

Out of sight, out of mind? Terror in the home country, family reunification options, and the well-being of refugees. Sekou Keita & Paul Schewe

4.45pm-5.05pm Timothy Foreman (King's College London)

Environmental Shocks and the Decision to Migrate. Timothy Foreman
5.05pm -5.30pm Break Room

5.30pm – 5.50pm Cevat Aksoy (Kings College London)

First Time Around: Local Conditions and Multi-dimensional Integration of Refugees. Cevat Giray Aksoy, Panu Poutvaara, Felicitas Schikorad

5.50pm – 6.10pm Hoa Vu (University of Kansas)

I Wish I Were Born in Another Time: Unintended Consequences of Immigration Enforcement on Birth Outcomes. Hoa Vu

6.10pm – 6.30pm Debdeep Chattopadhyay (University of Padova)

 

The Medical Brain Drain: Assessing the Location Preferences of Medicine Students with a Discrete Choice Experiment. Marco Bertoni, Debdeep Chattopadhyay, Yuanyuan Gu

6.30pm -7.00pm Break Room

7.00pm – 7. 30pm Keynote: Prof. Timothy Halliday, University of Hawaii at Manoa

“Some Recent (and Older) Developments in the Economics of Migration and Health”

Day 22nd of June

4:00-4:05 Welcome

4.05pm -4.25pm Daniel Auer (MZES Mannheim & WZB Berlin)

Communication Barriers and Infant Health: Causal Evidence from the Swiss Language Roulette. Daniel Auer, Johannes Kunz

4.25pm -4:45pm Pun Winichakul (University of Pittsburgh)

Enter Stage Left: Immigration And The Creative Arts In America, K Pun Winichakul, Ning Zhang

4.45pm -5.05pm Daniel Graber (DIW Graduate Center and the University of Potsdam)

Asylum Seekers and Host Country Mental Health: Evidence from Germany and Switzerland. Prashant Bharadwaj, Daniel Graeber, Stephanie Khoury, Christian Schmid

5.05pm -5.30pm Break Room

5.30pm -5.50pm Lodigiani (University of Padua)

For Children's Sake: Intergenerational Altruism and Parental Migration Intentions. Annalisa Frigo, Elisabetta Lodigiani, and Sara Salomone

5.50pm – 6.10pm Teresa Freitas Monteiro (Institute for Employment Research)

Barriers to humanitarian migration, victimisation and integration outcomes: Evidence from Germany. Teresa Freitas-Monteiro, Lars Ludolph

6.10pm -6.30pm Pascal Achard (Tilburg University)

Ethnic Enclaves and Cultural Assimilation, Pascal Achard

6.30pm -7.00pm Break Room

7.00 -7.30pm Keynote: Prof. Catalina Amuedo-Dorantes, University of California, Merced:

Immigration enforcement and birth weight”