CERDI, University of Auvergne, France, and IZA, Germany
IZA World of Labor role
Assistant Professor, CERDI
Development economics, determinants and effects of international migration.
Jean Monnet Fellow, European University Institute; Researcher, IAB (Nuremberg)
“The size of the cliff at the border.” Regional Science and Urban Economics 51 (2015): 1–6 (with J. Fernández-Huertas Moraga).
“Heaven's swing door: Endogenous skills, migration networks and the effectiveness of quality-selective immigration policies.” Scandinavian Journal of Economics 117:2 (2015): 565–591 (with H. Rapoport).
“Bringing it all back home: Return migration and fertility choices.” World Development 65 (2015): 27–40 (with F. Marchetta).
“Multilateral resistance to migration.” Journal of Development Economics 102 (2013): 79–100 (with J. Fernández-Huertas Moraga).
“Crossing the border: Self selection, earnings and individual migration decisions”, Journal of Development Economics 101 (2013): 75-91 (with J. Fernández Huertas Moraga and F. Ortega).
Migrants encounter different fertility norms while abroad, which they can bring back upon returning homeSimone Bertoli, November 2015Demographic factors in migrant-sending countries can influence international migration flows. But when migrants move across borders, they can also influence the pace of demographic transition in their countries of origin. This is because migrants, who predominantly move on a temporary basis, encounter new fertility norms in their host countries and then bring them back home. These new fertility norms can be higher or lower than those in their country of origin. So the new fertility norms that result from migration flows can either accelerate or slow down a demographic transition in migrant-sending countries.MoreLess