Population, Integration and Law: Implications for Immigration Policy

Population, Integration and Law: Implications for Immigration Policy

Monday-Tuesday, March 29-30, 2010

Catamaran Resort, San Diego, California

With the support of the German Marshall Fund TEAMS, UCB European Union Center of Excellence, UCSD Center for Comparative Immigration Studies

The purpose of this seminar is to explore the implications of population, economics, and integration impacts on immigration policies in the US and EU.

Monday, March 29, 2010

8:30am Welcome and Introductions

Philip Martin and Kay Hailbronner

8:45 Recent immigration patterns and their implications for policy

Jeff Passel, Pew Hispanic Center and David Coleman, Oxford

Comments: Michael Teitelbaum

10:30 Economic Impacts of Migration

Giovanni Peri, UCD, Pia Orrenius, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Hans Dietrich von Loffelholz, BAMF, Nuernberg

Katherine Richardson, SJSU

1pm Integration Patterns: Implications for Policy

John Skrentny and Gary Lee, UCSD

Friedrich Heckmann, Uni Bamberg, efms

Comments: David Kyle, UCD, Jeff Pennington, UCB

2:30 US immigration reform proposals

Philip Martin and Kevin Johnson, UC-Davis

Tuesday, March 30, 2010

8:15 New Modes of Migration Management? Return Agreements, Circular Migration and Partnerships

Implications of EU’s Lisbon Treaty, Kay Hailbronner, Uni Konstanz

Putting Country-Specific Immigration Arrangements in U.S. Historical Perspective, Hiroshi Motomura, UCLA

Transational Migration Management, Daniel Thym, Humboldt University Resettlement of Refugees in Europe, Achilles Skordas, University of Bristol

EU Approaches to Protection in the Region, Julia Schieber, University of Konstanz

The GFMD and Migration and Development, Irena Omelaniuk, GFMD Task Force

Circular Migration and Integration: Squaring the Circle, Christiane Kuptsch, ILO

10:45 The Role of Public International and Comparative Law in the Development of Migration Law

Recent Developments in the Swiss Law on Aliens, Daniel Thürer, University of Zürich

Supranational Representation under German Constitutional Law: a Paradigm Shift with Incalculable Consequences, Marcel Kau, University of Konstanz

Russian Migration Policy, Sergei Ryazantsev, Russian Academy of Sciences

The Impact of International and Comparative Law on the Immigration Regime of the United States, Jim Nafziger, Willamette University

12:30 Conclusions and Next Steps, Kay Hailbronner and Philip Martin

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