Dixième conférence internationale MIGRATIONS ET DEVELOPPEMENT

29 juin 2017 > 30 juin 2017, Clermont-Ferrand

Conférence organisée par l'AFD, la Banque mondiale et le Cerdi avec le soutien de la Ferdi

La division Recherche et Développement de l’Agence Française de Développement (AFD), le Development Research Group (DECRG) de la Banque Mondiale et le Centre d’Etudes et de Recherches sur le Développement Internationale de l’Université Clermont Auvergne et du CNRS ont organisé ensemble, avec le soutien de la Ferdi, la dixième conférence internationale sur Migrations et Développement (Clermont-Ferrand, 29 et 30 juin 2017). La conférence était dédiée à l’étude des différentes façons par lesquelles les migrations internationales affectent le changement économique et social dans les pays en développement. Les thèmes comprenaient les effets de la migration sur la pauvreté, l'inégalité et la formation de capital humain; les réseaux sociaux et les migrations; externalités générées par la diaspora; les envois de fonds; la fuite des cerveaux; la migration et le changement institutionnel, technologique et démographique.


Christian Dustmann, University College London

Mark Rosenzweig, Yale University   

Comité d’organisation 

Rohen d’Aiglepierre (AFD), Simone Bertoli (CERDI, UCA), Ekrame Boubtane (CERDI, UCA), Delphine Boutin (CERDI, UCA), Jean-Louis Combes (CERDI, UCA), Anda David (AFD); Francesca Marchetta (CERDI, UCA), Çağlar Özden (World Bank), Hillel Rapoport (Paris School of Economics). Comité scientifique 


Hillel Rapoport (Paris School of Economics); Ran Abramitzky (Stanford), Michel Beine (Luxembourg), Simone Bertoli (CERDI, UCA), Micheal Clemens (CGD), Patricia Cortes (Boston U), Vianney Dequiedt (CERDI, UCA), Frédéric Docquier (Louvain), Giovanni Facchini (Nottingham), Philippe Fargues (EUI), Hein de Haas (Amsterdam), Hubert Jayet (LEM, Lille), William Kerr (Harvard Business School), Victor Lavy (Warwick and Hebrew University), Anna Maria Mayda (Georgetown), David McKenzie (World Bank), Çağlar Özden (World Bank), Imran Rasul (UCL), Dean Yang (University of Michigan).

Opening session
Thursday, June 29

Opening Session

Patrick Guillaumont, Président de la FERDI
Vianney Dequiedt, Vice-President, Université Clermont Auvergne 

Opening remarks:
Çağlar Özden, Senior Economist, DECRG, World Bank
Hillel Rapoport, Paris School of Economics; Chair of the Scientific Committee 

Keynote Lecture 1
Thursday, June 29

Keynote Lecture 1: Rural Risk and Anticipatory Migration: General-Equilibrium Effects of Improving Weather Forecasts”
Speaker: Mark Rosenzweig (Yale University)
Chair: Patrick Guillaumont, FERDI

Parallel Sessions
Thursday, June 29

Parallel Session 1A: Migration and Innovation

Chair: Simone Bertoli (CERDI, UCA and CNRS)

Raj Choudhury (Harvard University): “Contextual Knowledge and Ethnic Migrant Inventors” (with Do Yoon Kim)

Discussant: Chris Parsons (University of Western Australia)

Nicolas Morales (University of Michigan): “The IT Boom and Other Unintended Consequences of Chasing the American Dream” (with Gaurav Khanna)

Discussant: David McKenzie (World Bank)

Dany Bahar (The Brookings Institution): “Diasporas, return migration and comparative advantage: a natural experiment of Yugoslavian refugees in Germany” (with Andreas Hauptmann, Cem Ozgüzel and Hillel Rapoport)

Discussant: Simone Bertoli (CERDI, UCA and CNRS

Parallel Session 1B: Short-term, Illegal and Return Migration

Chair: Giovanni Facchini (University of Nottingham)

 Clément Imbert (University of Warwick): “Short-term Migration Costs: Evidence from India's Employment Guarantee” (with John Papp)

Discussant: Romuald Meango (MEA, Munich Center for the Economics of Aging)

Jackie Wahba (University of Southampton): “Return migrants and the wage premium: does the legal status of the migrants matter?” (with Nelly El-Mallakh)

Discussant: Ekrame Boubtane (CERDI, UCA and CNRS)

Joan Monras (CEMFI, Madrid): “Understanding the consequences of legalizing undocumented immigrants” (with Javier Vazquez-Grenno)

Discussant: Giovanni Facchini (University of Nottingham)

Parallel Session 2A: Migration and Economic History

Chair: Mark Rosenzweig (Yale University)

Philipp Ehrl (Universidade Católica de Brasília): “Inherited cultural diversity and wages in Brazil” (with Leonardo Monasterio)

Discussant: Cem Özgüzel (PSE)

Frédéric Docquier (IRES, Université Catholique de Louvain) : “Multiculturalism and Growth: Skill-Specific Evidence from the Post-World War II Period ” (with Riccardo Turati, Jérôme Valette and Chrysovalantis Vasilakis)

Discussant: Hillel Rapoport (Paris School of Economics)

Prashant Bharadwaj (University of California San Diego): “Displacement and Development: Long Term Impacts of the Partition of India” (with Rinchan Ali Mirza)

Discussant: Mark Rosenzweig (Yale University)

Parallel Session 2B: Migration, Agriculture and the Environment

Chair: Michel Beine (University of Luxembourg)

Taryn Dinkelman (Dartmouth College): “Labor Migration, Capital Accumulation, and the Structure of Rural Labor Markets” (with Grace Kumchulesi and Martine Mariotti)

Discussant: Joan Monras (CEMFI, Madrid)

Marieke Kleemans (University of Illinois): “Reevaluating Agricultural Productivity Gaps with Longitudinal Microdata” (with Joan Hamory Hicks, Nicholas Li and Edward Miguel)

Discussant: Valerie Mueller (Arizona State University and IFPRI)

Glenn Sheriff (US Department of State): “Labor Response to Climate Variation in Eastern Africa” (with Valerie Mueller, Xiaoya Dou and Clark Gray)

Discussant: Michel Beine (University of Luxembourg)

Keynote Lecture 2
Thursday, June 29

Keynote Lecture 2: “Temporary migrations” 

Speaker: Christian Dustmann (University College London)
Chair: Vianney Dequiedt (CERDI, Université Clermont Auvergne and CNRS) 19:30-22:00 Conference Dinner L’Auguste Brasserie, Place de Jaude, Clermont-Ferrand 

Parallel Sessions
Friday, June 30

Parallel Session 3A: Refugee Economics
Chair: Hubert Jayet (LEM, Université Lille 1 and CNRS) Parallel Session 3B Room: Teilhard de Chardin Migration, Remittances and the Family

Andreas Fuchs (Heidelberg University): “Does Aid Help Refugees Stay? Does Aid Keep Refugees Away?” (with Axel Dreher and Sarah Langlotz)

Discussant: Luigi Minale (Universidad Carlos III Madrid)

Carlos Vargas-Silva (University of Oxford): “The impact of hosting refugees on the intra-household allocation of tasks: A gender perspective” (with Isabel Ruiz)

Discussant: Francesca Marchetta (CERDI, UCA and CNRS)

Craig Loschmann (Maastricht Graduate School of Governance, UNU-MERIT, Maastricht University): “The Local Economic Impact of Hosting Refugees: The Case of Congolese Refugees in Rwanda” (with Özge Bilgili and Melissa Siegel)

Discussant: Hubert Jayet (LEM, University of Lille)

Parallel Session 3B: Migration, Remittances and the Family

Chair: Jean-Louis Combes (CERDI, UCA and CNRS)

Christian Ambrosius (Freie Universität Berlin): “Do remittances crowd-in or crowd-out public expenditure?

Discussant: Jean-Louis Combes (CERDI, UCA and CNRS)

Simone Bertoli (CERDI, UCA and CNRS): “Migration and co-residence choices” (with Elie Murard)

Discussant: Jackie Wahba (University of Southampton)

André Gröger (Goethe University Frankfurt): “Easy Come, Easy Go? Economic Shocks, Labor Migration and the Family Left Behind”

Discussant: Taryn Dinkelman (Dartmouth College)

Parallel Session 4A : International Migration and Globalization

Chair: Frédéric Docquier (IRES, Université catholique de Louvain)

Brooke Loneragan (University of Western Australia): “Migration Surges” (with Chris Parsons)

Discussant: Jérôme Valette (CERDI)

Maheshwor Shrestha (World Bank): “Get rich or die tryin': Perceived earnings, perceived mortality rate and the value of a statistical life of potential work-migrants from Nepal”

Discussant: Andreas Hauptmann (IAB)

Costanza Biavaschi (University of Reading): “Taking the Skill Bias out of Global Migration” (with M. Burzynski, B. Elsner and J. Machado)

Discussant: Frédéric Docquier (IRES, Université Catholique de Louvain)

Parallel Session 4B: Migration and Social Outcomes

Chair: Çaglar Özden (World Bank)   

Samia Badji (GATE): “The heterogeneous effect of internal migration on the youth left behind in rural China” (with Sylvie Démurger)

Discussant: Delphine Boutin (CERDI, UCA and CNRS)

Yu Bai (Shaanxi Normal University): “Order Matters: The Effect of Second-Wave Migration on Student Academic Performance in Northwest China” (with Michael Neubauer, Tong Ru, Yaojiang Shi, Kaleigh Kenny and Scott Rozelle)

Discussant: Sylvie Démurger (GATE)

Steven Stillman (Free University of Bolzano): “The Effect of Social Networks on the Economic Outcomes of a Disadvantaged Group: Evidence from Tribal Affiliations” (with Isabelle Sin)

Discussant: Clément Imbert (University of Warwick).)

Invited Plenary
Friday, June 30

Session 1

Chair: Jim de Melo (FERDI and Université de Genève)

Ran Abramitzky (Stanford University): “Cultural Assimilation during Two Ages of Mass Migration” (with Leah Boustan and Katherine Eriksson)

Discussant: Gaspare Tortorici (Trinity College Dublin)

Çağlar Özden (World Bank): “Labor Market determinants of Migrant Selection” (with Michael Packard and Mathis Wagner)

Discussant: Costanza Biavaschi (University of Reading)

Session 2

Chair: Çağlar Özden (World Bank) and Hillel Rapoport (Paris School of Economics)

Giovanni Facchini (University of Nottingham): “Countering Public Opposition to Migration: The Impact of Information Campaigns” (with Yotam Margalit and Hiroyuki Nakata)

Discussant: Çağlar Özden (World Bank)

David McKenzie (World Bank): “Testing Classic Theories of Migration in the Lab” (with Catia Batista)   

Discussant: Steven Stillman (Free University of Bolzano) 


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