Migration and Settlement in Europe: Views from the East and South

31 Mai


Migration and Settlement in Europe: Views from the East and South

The IMISCOE-MiReKoc PhD Conference

6-7 June 2011

Koç University, Sarıyer, Istanbul, Turkey




Day I

09:30-10:00                        Welcoming Remarks

                                               Ahmet İçduygu, MiReKoc

                                               Rinus Penninx, IMISCOE


10:00-11:00                        Seminar I: Migration and Settlement in the Mediterranean

by Ahmet İçduygu


                               Coffee Break


11:30-12:30                        Seminar II: Migration and Settlement in the Eastern Europe

by Marek Okolski


14:00-15:30                        Session I: Politics of Migration

Chair and discussant: Rinus Penninx
Paper I: Governing Irregular Migration: Comparing the Impact of Domestic Political Institutions and Europeanization in Turkey, Greece and Italy by Saime Özçürümez
Paper II: Trans-Kemalism: The Politics of the Turkish State in the Diaspora
by Banu Şenay
Paper III: Turkey’s Worldviews: Toward a Comparative Political Theory of Migration by Juliette Tolay
Question & Answer

                               Coffee Break

16:00-17:30                        Session II: Economics of Migration

Chair and discussant: Marek Okolski
Paper I:               The Impact of 1989 Migration of Ethnic Turks from Bulgaria on Employment Outcomes in Turkey by Murat Kırdar
Paper II: Does the Post-enlargement Emigration from Poland Impact on Wages of Poles? by
Karolina Kowalska
Paper III:
IS Academy: Migration and Development « A World in Motion » by Özge Bilgili Question & Answer





Day II

09:30-11:00                        Session III: Migration Management

Chair and discussant: Saime Özçürümez
Paper I: The Gateway of Thrace: Migration Management on the Turkey-EU Border by Deniz Sert
Paper II:
Not Just Passing Through: International Migrants in Cities of ‘Transit Countries’ by Giovanna Marconi
Paper III:
EU Policies & Initiatives on Migration towards Eastern Europe: Implications on Highly Skilled Moldovan Migrants by Sergiu Porcescu, Vitalie Varzari, and Gabriela Tejada
Question & Answer


                               Coffee Break

11:30-13:30                        Session IV:  Return Migration and Settlement

Chair and discussant: Ahmet İçduygu
Paper I: A Comparison of Residence, Social Security and Citizenship Strategies of Turkish Return Migrants and Dutch Post-Retirement Migrants in Turkey by Canan Balkır
Paper II:
Foreigners of Polish Origin Studying in Poland: « Return to the Motherland » or a Pragmatic Choice? by Marcin Gońda
Paper III: Transnational Practices of Iraqi People Living in Rome and Helsinki by Vanja La VecchiaMikkola
Paper IV:
Getting One’s Bearings: Late-in-Life Returns and Re-integration to Communities of Origin in Morocco and Senegal by Alastair Hunter
Question & Answer


14:30-16:00                        Session V: Neo-Liberalism, Diasporas and Migration

Chair and discussant: Deniz Yükseker
Paper I: The Urban Transformation in Kadifekale, Izmir: The Crossroads of Neo-Liberalism and Internal Displacement by Neslihan Demirtaş & Cenk Saraçoğlu
Paper II:
Diasporas’ Role in the Integration of Origin Countries into the World Economy – “emergent” Diasporas Involvement by Natalia Buga
Paper III: The Interplay Between Structure and Agency in the Relations of Afghan Diasporas to Development in Afghanistan by Carolin Fischer
Question & Answer

Coffee Break



16:30-18:00                        Closing Session

Chair: Şenay Özden
Overview by Ahmet İçduygu and Marek Okolski

General discussion on the theme



Étiquettes : , , , , , , , , , , ,

Laisser un commentaire

Entrez vos coordonnées ci-dessous ou cliquez sur une icône pour vous connecter:


Vous commentez à l'aide de votre compte Déconnexion /  Changer )

Photo Google+

Vous commentez à l'aide de votre compte Google+. Déconnexion /  Changer )

Image Twitter

Vous commentez à l'aide de votre compte Twitter. Déconnexion /  Changer )

Photo Facebook

Vous commentez à l'aide de votre compte Facebook. Déconnexion /  Changer )


Connexion à %s

%d blogueurs aiment cette page :