Selected research activities
PI of the MINECO project Migration systems in comparative perspective: Mexico-USA and Subsaharan Africa-Europe (CSO2012-37920).
Co-PI of the MINECO project Socio-Demographic Consequences of the Great Recession: Altered Class and Gender Relations? (CSO2016-80484-R).
Co-PI of the project Low Fertility, Labor Market, and Family: Factors, Outcomes, and Policy Implications. East-West Center (Honolulu, USA) and Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.
“Demographic Changes and Social Dynamics” and “Migration and Society“. Master in Sociology and Demography, UPF.
PhD thesis supervised and defended in 2016:
Antonina Levatino, “Brain Training – Brain Draining. Skilled Migration, Student Mobility and Transnational Higher Education”, UPF.
“How international migration impacts fertility? The role of migrant networks, spouse’s migration, and own migration”, European Population Conference.
“Socio-economic status of couples, job characteristics, and fertility in Spain”, invited talk given at the conference “Low Fertility, Labor Market, and Family: Factors, Outcomes, and Policy Implications”, East-West Center and the Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs.
“The Impact of Migration to Europe on Senegalese Children’s Educational Investments”, IMISCOE conference.