New approaches to understanding & modeling global migration trends¶
The recent refugee crisis placed migration policy in the forefront of the global policy debate. World economy trends suggest that there may be further episodes of large-scale migration in the future. With the financial support of the ARC (action de recherche concertée) convention 18/23-091, GLOBMIG is a 48-month interdiscplinary project that aims at developing stronger conceptual tools to better understand and model global migration patterns, to anticipate future migration pressures, and to investigate the global implications of policy reforms. It gathers professors from UCLouvain and Liser within a highly interdisciplinary team (see Our Team).
- Migration accounting model
- Innovative Data Sources
- Inventory and assessment of European laws and policies
- Modeling the interplay between internal and international migrations
- Visualization, exploitation and dissemination tools
- Our Team