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  • Project contributors: Kulu H, Mikolai J, Delaporte I, Andersson G,

    This Project is part of the following research programme/s:

    Migration and Mobility

    Overview

    This project is funded by the European Research Council (ERC) under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.

    Are the differences we see between immigrants and natives in employment, housing and family patterns short-term outcomes in a long-term process of cultural and economic integration? Or are they reflections of different pathways and outcomes for immigrants and their descendants?

    This project investigates the lives of immigrants and their descendants in the UK, France, Germany and Sweden to explore how employment, housing and family trajectories evolve and interact, and how societal context, early life and critical transitions shape life histories. Using innovative computer simulation techniques, the study will project future life trajectories among immigrant groups.

    Find out more on the project website here

    Publications & Activities

    Work and family pathways of immigrant women in Germany
    BSPS Conference 2021 (2021). (Virtual)
    Authors: Liu C, Kulu H,

    The intersection of partnership and fertility histories of immigrants and their descendants in the United Kingdom: A multistate approach
    Seminar Series of the Population and Society Unity (UPS) of the Department of Statistics, Computer Science, Applications of the University of Florence. (2021). (University of Florence)
    Authors: Mikolai J,

    The intersection of partnership and fertility histories among immigrants and their descendants in the United Kingdom: A multistate approach
    Population and Health Seminars St Andrews (2020). (University of St Andrews)
    Authors: Mikolai J,