Tag Archives: Jean-Noël Senne

The RITM on RFI!

Jean-Noël Senne was one of the guests of the radio show « 7 milliards de voisins » on Radio France Internationale (RFI) this Tuesday, September 5 th. He was invited to discuss the root causes of migration in Sub-Saharan Africa and the role family and networks play in the migration decision, with the (…)

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Diaspora networks and localization choice of asylum seekers

Jean-Noël Senne participated to the joint OECD-EASO conference “From panic to planning – unpacking the policy toolbox to anticipate migration trends” which was held at the OECD Conference in Paris (16th june 2017). The aim of the conference was to bring together researchers, field actors and policy makers to discuss available statistical tools to better forecast and manage migration flows. He presented the first results of a study on (…)

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The RITM is visiting Madagascar

nopoorJean-Noël Senne is currently on a research mission in Madagascar from the 16th of October to the 13th of November. He will be hosted by the ROR in Antananarivo (Réseau des Observatoires Ruraux). Since twenty years, the ROR implements longitudinal surveys on a rotating and representative sample of rural households, based (…)

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2nd OCDE-EU dialogue on migration and mobility

Jean-Noël Senne participated at the 2nd OECD-EU dialogue on international migration and mobility, held at the OECD Conference Center (Paris) on the 12th of June, 2015. He presented two reports that aim at assessing the relative attractiveness of the EU for international migrants by comparison with other OECD countries. These reports, based on recent data on worldwide migration flows and migration intentions, will serve as background papers for the (…)

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Jean-Noël SENNE au séminaire du RITM

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La prochaine séance du séminaire du RITM aura lieu jeudi 23 octobre 2014 de 14h à 15h30 en salle B105.

Jean-Noël Senne aura le plaisir de présenter “Intra-household Selection into Migration: Evidence from a Matched Sample of Migrants and Origin Households in Senegal“.



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