This is a two day conference.
Research in the field of migration has tended to focus on the multifarious international diasporas of the poor and the powerless. Taking important new research in the field of intra-European highly-skilled migration as its launching point - French Capital: A Study of French Highly Skilled Migrants in London’s Financial and Business Sectors (Mulholland and Ryan) - this conference will provide a forum for international researchers to share, review and debate new empirical and theoretical developments in the field of international and intra-European highly-skilled migration. In particular, it will concern itself with exploring the interplay between the economic, socio-cultural, spatial and life-cycle dynamics shaping this under-researched field of human mobility.
Time: to be confirmed
Location: Hendon campus
Further information: This event is open for anyone who would like to attend, but please register your place by completing the registration form for speaker delegates, or the form for non-speaker delegates. Please send completed forms to Jim McClemont: firstname.lastname@example.org or post to: Jim McClemont, Research and Knowledge Transfer Office, The Burroughs, Hendon, NW4 4BT.
Accommodation: We would like to recommend two hotels, both conveniently located close to the Hendon campus. There are concessionary rates negotiated with both, and you should make it known at the point of your booking that you are attending this conference at Middlesex University in order to secure this rate:
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