We are delighted to be able to offer all our delegates an exciting virtual issue on each new day of the conference, including relevant articles across from across the social sciences and humanities! The virtual issues will be as follows:
- The Geography of Migration LIVE!
- Migration and Development LIVE!
- Migration Then and Now LIVE!
- Migration and Politics LIVE!
- Migration and Society, Part 1 LIVE!
- Migration and Society, Part 2 LIVE!
- Migration and the Environment LIVE!
- The Economics of Migration LIVE!
- See other special issues on Migration.
Special Issue Forum
In addition to the virtual issues, we will also showcasing a topical journal special issues, including:
- Geographical Research - Australian Population Debate LIVE!
- Also Access Key Research from International Migration and International Migration Review
Reference Book Entries
We will be offering selected entries from The Encyclopedia of Global Human Migration ahead of its release in 2013, plus other selected reference volumes on the subject of migration:
Migration Observatory Blog Posts
We will also be bringing you three original blog posts from authors associated with the Migration Observatory (Oxford, UK):
Tue 6th Nov: Remittances and the business cycle – by Carlos Vargas Silva
Wed 7th Nov: Britain’s growing reliance on migrant labour: inevitability or policy choice? – by Bridget Anderson and Martin Ruhs
Thu 8th Nov: What we know about overall attitudes to immigration – by Scott Blinder