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Economics Department, University College London,
Gower Street, London WC1E6BT.
Phone: +44 (0)20 7679 5832
Fax: +44 (0)20 7916 2775
Present Appointment: Professor of Economics, University College London
1997 Habilitation in Economics and Econometrics (venia in Volkswirtschaftslehre und
Oekonometrie), University of Bielefeld
1992 Ph.D. in Economics, European University Institute (EUI), Florence (with distinction).
1988 MSc in Business Economics, University of Bielefeld (with distinction).
1985 MA in Economics, University of Georgia, Athens, (with distinction).
1983 BSc in Business Economics, University of Bielefeld, Germany.
Since 2004 Professor in Economics, University College London.
Founding Director CReAM (Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration) 2002-2004 Reader (Associate Professor) in Economics, University College London.
1994-2002 Lecturer/Senior Lecturer at the Department of Economics, University College London.
1992-1994 Assistant Professor, Department of Econonomics, University of Bielefeld.
Memberships, Honours and Fellowships:
President of the European Society for Labour Economists (EALE, 2014-2017) Member of the Academia Europaea (since 2013) Fellow of the German National Academy of Sciences (Leopoldina) (since 2012) President of the European Society for Population Economics (ESPE), 2008 Research Fellow of the Centre for Economic Policy Research (CEPR), London Research Associate of the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS), London Research Associate of the Centre for Economic Policy (CEP), London
Spring 2016 Visiting Professor, Department of Economics, Bocconi Spring 2016 Visiting Professor, Department of Economics, Princeton University 2014-2015 Visiting Professor, Department of Economics, Harvard University 2009-2014 Scientific Director, NORFACE (New Opportunities for Research Funding Agency Cooperation in Europe) Programme on Migration Since 2004 Director CReAM (Centre for Research and Analysis of Migration) 2012, 2014 Visiting Professor, EUI Florence Spring 2011 Visiting Professor, EUI, Florence Fall 2010 Visiting Professor, RSSS, Australian National University 2005/2006 Part-Time Visiting Professor, Faculty for Economics and Econometrics, University of Amsterdam 2004-2007 (Fall terms) Visiting Professor, RSSS, Australian National University Fall 2001 Visiting Professor/Fellow, Center of Labor Economics, University of Berkeley Spring 1999 Visiting Professor, Bonn Graduate School and IZA, Bonn 1997/1998 Visiting Professor, European University Institute, Florence Spring 1995 Visiting Fellow, INRA, Paris.
Since 2011 British Home Office, Economics and Resource Analysis Advisory Group 2010-2014 Member of the National Education Panel Survey (NEPS) Scientific Board Since 2010 Member of the Advisory Board of the Institute for Labour Market Research (IAB) 2006-2008 Member of the British Home Office Advisory Panel
Referee for Scientific Organisations:
Economic & Social Research Council (ESRC), Danish Research Council, Dutch Research Council, Austrian Research Council, German Research Council (DFG), European Research Council, Phare-Ace Programme of the European Commission, ERC
Referee for Scientific Journals, last four years:
American Economic Review, Quarterly Journal of Economics, Review of Economic Studies, Econometrica, Journal of Political Economy, Economic Journal, Journal of Development Economics, Journal of the European Economic Association, Journal of Public Economics, Journal of Labor Economics, Journal of Human Resources, Review of Economics and Statistics, Oxford Economic Papers, American Economic Journals
Editor Journal of Population Economics January 2003-2010 Editorial Board Economic Journal 2005-2011
Editor Economic Journal Features on The Class Size Debate, 2003 Editor Economic Journal Features on The Labour Market Effects of Immigration (with Ian Preston and Tim Hatton), 2005 Editor Oxford Review of Economic Policy on Gender and the Life Cycle, 2005 Editor Empirical Economics on The Economics of Education (with Bernd Fitzenberger and Steve Machin), 2006
Service to the Scientific Community:
Member of numerous Programme Committees for Scholarly Associations (European Economic Association, Econometric Society, Royal Economic Society, Verein fuer Socialpolitik, European Society for Population Economics, Society for Labor Economics, European Association of Labour Economists, etc.)
2014-2017: Co-applicant on proposal “Globalisation, Institutions and the Welfare State”, funded under the Norface Welfare State programme 2014-2017: Principal Applicant for Proposal “The Dynamic Impact of Immigration on Wages, Employment, Technology and Innovation”, funded under the DFG Programme “The German Labour Market in a Globalised World Challenges through Trade, Technology, and Demographics” 2013-2018: Award of an ERC (European Research Council) Advanced Grant, “The Dynamics of Migration and Economic Adjustment”.
2013: Co-applicant for German Science Foundation (DFG) funded Priority Programme “The German Labour Market in a Globalized World: Challenges through Trade, Technology and Demographics”. Start Date: 2014.
2012-2013: Co-applicant for German Research Foundation (DFG) Grant, “Education as a Life- long Process”.
2012-2014: Co-applicant for Thyssen Foundation Grant on “The causal effect of track choice on long-term educational attainment and labour market outcomes”.
2009-2013 NORFACE (New Opportunities for Research Funding Agency
Cooperation in Europe) Programme of Migration, Research Grant on “Migration:
Integration, Impact and Interaction”.
2008-2014: NORFACE Programme on Migration, Scientific Directorship.
2006: Principal Applicant for research commissioned by the Welsh Assembly on
The impact of Immigration: A Review of Economic Evidence. Starting date:
2006: Principal Applicant for Anglo-German Foundation (AGF) Research Programme The Economics and Politics of Employment, Migration and Social Justice. Starting date: October 2006.
2006: Co-applicant for ESRC Research Proposal, Crime and Mental Health.
Starting date: 2007.
2005: Co-applicant for RTN Training Network, Transnationality of Migrants:
Enduring ties with the home country and integration in the host country. Starting date: Autumn 2006.
2005: Co-applicant for Marie-Currie Training Network TOM, which allocates 44 early researcher months and 12 post-doc months as well as expenses and overhead to UCL. Starting date: 2006.
2005: Principal Applicant to Low Pay Commission Proposal on a Study of Migrant Workers and the National Minimum Wage and Enforcement Issues that Arise. Starting date: October 2005.
2004, 2006, 2008: Co-Applicant for German Science Foundation (DFG) Priority Programme proposal on Unionisation, Wage Setting, educational incentives and Organisational Change. Three-stage proposal. Starting dates 2005, 2007, and 2009.
2003: Principal Applicant for ESRC Research Proposal on Immigration: Impact, Outcomes and Reception. Starting date: December 2003. Co-applicants: Jerome Adda, Steve Machin and Ian Preston.
2003: Principal Applicant for Anglo-German Foundation Research Proposal on Employment, Wage Structures and Economic Cycle. Starting date: January 2004.
2003: Co-applicant (with David Card and Ian Preston), Nuffield Foundation Research Proposal on a Cross-National Analysis of Opinions on Immigration in Europe. Starting date: January 2004.
2003: Co-applicant (with Jerome Adda), ESRC Proposal on “Fertility Choices and Occupation”. Starting date: April 2004.
2001: Principal Applicant for Project on The Impact of EU Enlargement on Migration Flows funded by the British Home Office. Co-investigators: Ian Preston and Maria Casanova.
2000: Principal Applicant for Project on The Impact of Migration on Local
Labour Markets in the UK funded by the British Home Office. Co-investigators:
Ian Preston, Francesca Fabbri and Jonathan Wadsworth.
2000: Principal Applicant for project on The Performance of Immigrants in the UK funded by the British Home Office. Co-investigators: Ian Preston, Francesca Fabbri and Jonathan Wadsworth.
1997: Co-applicant for project on Wage Growth and Job Mobility in Germany, Anglo-German Foundation, with S. Bender and C. Meghir.
Date Details 2004 Keynote lecture on Impact of Migration at ESRC-Centre COMPAS (Centre on Migration, Policy and Society) Launch Conference 2004 Keynote lecture on Training and Union Wages, Conference on Inequality and the Labour Market, Bergen 2004 Invited lecture on Impact of Migration, Government and Economic Service Conference, HM Treasury, London Opening lecture for CEPR/CReAM book launch “Immigration, Jobs and 2005 Wages: Theory, Evidence and Opinion”, hosted by the Department of Work and Pensions 2005 Invited talk on Migration, CEPR/DIW Lunchtime Meeting, Berlin Keynote lecture, Conference on “Heterogene Arbeit”, Mannheim 2005 2005 Keynote lecture on Attitudes towards Migration, Annual Conference of Italian Labour Economists (AIEL), Rome 2005 Invited Public Lecture on the Impact of Migration, Canberra, Australia 2005 Invited Plenary Talk at World Bank International Policy Conference in preparation of the World Development Report “The Next Generation”, Berlin Invited Keynote Lecture, Conference on “Attitudes to Immigration, 2006 Labour and Capital Flows in Europe Following Enlargement” in Warsaw, organised by the IMF and the National Bank of Poland Invited Talk to the “Bank of England Monetary Policy Committee” on 2006 The Impact of Migration on the UK Economy 2006 Invited talk to Employer and Union Representatives on Impact of Immigration, Helsinki, Finland Opening Plenary Lecture, Business Roundtable on ‘Business and Human 2006 Migration - Dilemmas and Opportunities’, The Hague Process on Refugees and Migration 2007 Keynote lecture on Immigration, LOWER conference, LSE 2007 Invited Lecture on Immigration, Royal Statistical Society Conference, York, UK.
2007 Key Public Lecture at CLSRB Migration Conference, Vancouver 2008 Keynote Lecture, Inauguration of the Research Network Labour and the Welfare State, Linz, Austria Invited Lecture on “Impact of Migration”, Welsh Assembly Conference, 2008 Cardiff 2008 Keynote Address and Lecture, CEPOS conference, Copenhagen 2008 Keynote Lecture, Managing Migration conference, Goodenough College, London 2008 Keynote Address, Thematic Review Conference, Brussels Keynote Lecture, Conference “Economics of Education, Firm Behaviour 2008 and Training Policies, Zurich Keynote Lecture, conference “The Evolution of Inequality in Italy”, 2008 Rome Keynote Lecture, conference “Migration and Development”, Lille, 2008 2008 France Presidential Address, European Society for Population Economics 2009 Annual Congress, London, UK Keynote Address, 14th International Metropolis Conference on “Migration and Mobility”, Copenhagen, Denmark Keynote Address, Annual Congress of “Swiss Society of Economics and 2010 Statistics”, Fribourg, Switzerland Keynote Lecture, Conference “The Economic Contribution of 2010 Immigration in Canada”, Ottawa, Oct. 29/30 Public Lecture on “Immigration; Economics and Politics”, Luigi Einaudi 2011 Foundation, Turin, Italy 2013 Public Lecture, Free movement of workers: Economic Effects and Individual Perception, Polish Embassy, London.
Public Lecture, Lithuanian EU Presidency Conference 2013 “EU 2013 Agenda for Growth: Why Migration matters” November 5-6, 2013, Vilnius, Lithuania.
2013 Keynote Lecture, TEMPO Conference on Migration, Nottingham, UK, October 2013 Keynote Lecture, 5th Transatlantic Conference on the Economics of Crime, Frankfurt 2014 Keynote Address, European Society for Population Economics (ESPE) Annual Congress, Braga, Portugal
Keynote Address, 3rd Banque de France conference on “Labor market:
2014 institutions and reforms”, Aix-en-Provence 2015 Presidential Address (EALE), EALE/SOLE World Congress, Montreal, June 2015 Keynote Address, Western Economic Association, Honolulu, July 2015 Keynote Address, Association of Italian Labour Economists (AIEL), Cagliari, Italy, September 2016 Keynote Address, Economist Mediterranean Leadership Summit, Malta 2016 Keynote Address, Economic Policy Research Network, Copenhagen 2016 Keynote Lecture, Barcelona GSE Summer Forum, Barcelona 2016 Public Lecture, Festival of Economics, Trento 2016 Keynote Lecture, Economic Policy Research Network (EPRN), Copenhagen 2016 Presidential Lecture, British Science Festival 2016 Keynote Address, German Economic Association, Augsburg 2016, Oct Rodolfo Debenedetti Lecture, Bocconi University, Milano 2016, Oct Keynote Address, Italian Economic Association, Milano 2016, Oct Rothschild Lecture, Johann Kepler University, Linz/Austria
Numerous seminar presentations at Universities in the UK, Europe and the US. Regular presentation of papers and invited lectures at international conferences. Invited public
lectures and presentations to government bodies. Academic Seminars last two years:
2014: Madrid, Nottingham, Cornell, OSU, Edinburgh, EUI, Yale, Harvard, NBER, Bielefeld, Berlin, Princeton. 2015: Davis, Berkeley, ECB, Wisconsin, Carnegie Mellon, Boston University, Bocconi, Zurich, Vancouver, Montreal, Dartmouth, MIT, Warwick, Rome.