Dr. Pau Palop García

Associate


  • Short CV

    • Since 09/2020: Associate at the GIGA Institute for Latin American Studies

    • 2017 - 08/2020: Research Fellow at the project "Every Immigrant Is an Emigrant: How Migration Policies Shape the Paths to Integration (IMISEM)" and at the GIGA Institute for Latin American Studies

    • 2014 - 2019: Member of the GIGA Doctoral Programme

    • 2014 - 2017: Reserch Fellow / Doctoral Student im Projekt "Polities beyond Borders. The New Dynamics of Emigrant Politics and Policies in Latin America" und im GIGA Institut für Lateinamerika-Studien

    Current Research

    • Migration policies

    • Diaspora engagement

    • Political representation

    • Migration data

    Countries and Regions

    • Latin America


    Memberships

    • Latin American Studies Association
    • Spanish Association of Political Science and Public Administration

    Dissertation

    • Institutional Representation of Emigrants in Their States of Origin: How Much Presence from Abroad?

    Dr. Pau Palop García

    Associate

    pau.palop_garcia@uni-erfurt.de

    IMISEM Case Report | 01/2022

    Migration Policies in Argentina 2017-2019

    The project "Every Immigrant is an Emigrant (IMISEM)" collected data on migration policies of 32 countries. It looked at the phases of entry and integration of migrants, as well as the phases of emigration, the rights of emigrants abroad and the retention of citizenship.

    IMISEM Case Report | 01/2022

    Migration Policies in Austria 2017-2019

    The project "Every Immigrant is an Emigrant (IMISEM)" collected data on migration policies of 32 countries. It looked at the phases of entry and integration of migrants, as well as the phases of emigration, the rights of emigrants abroad and the retention of citizenship.

    IMISEM Case Report | 01/2022

    Migration Policies in Bolivia 2017-2019

    The project "Every Immigrant is an Emigrant (IMISEM)" collected data on migration policies of 32 countries. It looked at the phases of entry and integration of migrants, as well as the phases of emigration, the rights of emigrants abroad and the retention of citizenship.

    IMISEM Case Report | 01/2022

    Migration Policies in Brazil 2017-2019

    The project "Every Immigrant is an Emigrant (IMISEM)" collected data on migration policies of 32 countries. It looked at the phases of entry and integration of migrants, as well as the phases of emigration, the rights of emigrants abroad and the retention of citizenship.

    IMISEM Case Report | 01/2022

    Migration Policies in Chile 2017-2019

    The project "Every Immigrant is an Emigrant (IMISEM)" collected data on migration policies of 32 countries. It looked at the phases of entry and integration of migrants, as well as the phases of emigration, the rights of emigrants abroad and the retention of citizenship.

    Research Project | 01/05/2017 - 01/04/2020

    Every Immigrant Is an Emigrant: How Migration Policies Shape the Paths to Integration (IMISEM)

    Every immigrant to a country is the emigrant of another. The migration policies in both countries of origin and countries of destination define the migrants' options to enter, settle and belong to them. Using a comparative area studies angle - with cases from Asia, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean - we develop a broadened perspective on migration policy landscapes, migrant selectivity, policy coherence and policy dilemmas.
    Leibniz Association, 2017-2020

    Research Project | 01/01/2014 - 01/12/2017

    Polities beyond Borders. The New Dynamics of Emigrant Politics and Policies in Latin America

    Nation-states are no longer contained by their borders. In times of mass migration and dense transnational networks, states of origin reach out to their citizens abroad in wholly new ways. While the most popular emigrant policies include external voting and channels so that emigrants can send remittances to their states of origin, this project documented -for the first time ever for an entire world region- that emigrant policies also include social services (e.g. health and education), obligations, and the institutional and symbolic inclusion of emigrants.
    DFG, 2014-2017

    Speaker | 14/05/2020

    An Update of the Emigrant Policies Index (EMIX): Tracking the Development of Emigrant Policies in Latin America and the Caribbean

    Conference 14/05/2020

    Speaker | 21/11/2019

    Citizenship Configurations Reflected in Migration Policies Beyond Europe (evidence from the IMISEM dataset)

    Conference 21/11/2019

    Speaker | 10/10/2019

    Políticas hacia Emigrantes en América Latina y el Caribe, Derechos Económicos y Sociales

    Other 10/10/2019

    Teaching | University of Erfurt | 2020

    Introduction to Migration Policy

    University of Erfurt Erfurt Germany

    Willy Brandt School of Public Policy

    Teaching | GIGA Institute for Latin American Studies | Accountability and Participation | GIGA Doctoral Programme | 2018

    Making your research accessible: Data Visualization and Interactive Graphics

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