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AAC : Migration in and out of East and Southeast Europe: Values, Networks, Well‐Being

Date et Lieu : 2-4 juillet 2015 – Institute for East and Southeast European Studies (IOS, Regensburg).
Deadline : 18 janvier 2015. Après acceptation (notifiée le 14 février 2015), les interventions devront être envoyées avant le 15 juin 2015.
Organisateurs : Edvin Pezo, Olga Popova.

Migration is a key driver of social change, it shapes political landscapes, creates and disrupts social networks, changes population structures, transforms values and attitudes, impacts on labour markets, and affects living standards and well‐being. Especially since the 19th century, intense international and domestic migration has had a significant impact on the societies of East and Southeast Europe. Many countries in the region have been prominent emigration countries, while at the same time being major destinations for immigrants and experiencing large‐scale domestic migration.

This conference aims at exploring a range of social, economic and cultural effects of migration on the countries of East and Southeast Europe. To facilitate a multi‐disciplinary dialogue between scholars from history, economics, and cognate fields of the humanities and social sciences, presentations should concentrate on the period from the 19th century to the present. Specific topics include, but are not confined to: 

* Determinants, patterns, and consequences of migration
*Expectations, risks and migrant strategies
* Labour market impact
* Education and skill levels
* Remittances, changes in living standards and well‐being
* Transformation of values and attitudes, social capital and trust
* Policy responses and impact on political development
* Social networks and diasporas
* Return migration and re‐integration of repatriates
* Long‐term effects and path dependencies. 

Keynote speakers: Herbert Brücker (IAB, Nürnberg und University of Bamberg); Dariusz Stola (Polish Academy of Sciences, Institute of Political Studies, Warsaw)

Submissions (in Word or PDF format) to AnnualConference@ios‐ should include:

 an abstract (max. 300 words)

 a short CV including your institutional affiliation and contact details

The conference language is English. IOS Regensburg will cover travel (up to 500 EUR) and accommodation costs of presenters.