Thursday, September 1
16:00 - 17:30 • Room P 7

Session 47. Determinants and consequences of immigrants' residential choices

Chair: Christof Van Mol, Netherlands Interdisciplinary Demographic Institute (NIDI) and Universiteit Antwerpen

1. Ethnic minority households and residential segregation: how important is the household composition to understand where minorities live?Ad Coenen, Ghent University; Pieter-Paul Verhaeghe, Ghent University; Bart Van de Putte, Ghent University.

2. The challenge of diversity through migration: rural communities as host for incoming refugeesBirgit Glorius, Chemnitz University of Technology.

3. Pioneer migration of U.S. immigrants to new destinations: who migrates and where do they go?Douglas T. Gurak, Cornell University; Mary M. Kritz, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

4. Residential segregation in Europe and the United States: minority population growth and spatial integrationDaniel T. Lichter, Cornell University; Domenico Parisi, Mississippi State University; Shrinidhi Ambinakudige, Mississippi State University.

5. Settlement or mobility? Factors intervening in the migration-decision making process of recently arrived Germans in SwitzerlandIlka Steiner, Université de Genève.

Click on a name for contact information
Click on a title to see the abstract

 Other sessions on International Migration and Migrant Populations