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Alessio Cangiano

Senior Lecturer
University of the South Pacific

alessio.cangiano@gmail.com
School of Economics, Laucala Campus
University of the South Pacific
Private Mail Bag
Suva
Fiji

Nationality: Italy
Gender: M

Member since: 2013
Membership No: 31393
Membership Type: regular

Field of Study: Demography, Geography, Population and Development

Specialization: International Migration, Population and Development, Social Demography, Urbanization

Regional focus: Western Europe, Oceania

Education: Doctorate (Ph.D, MD) , 2005 , Sapienza Università di Roma , Demography

Working languages: English , French , Italian



Curriculum Vitae:

Professional Summary:

I earned my PhD in Demography (2005) from the University of Rome “La Sapienza” with a thesis on the determinants of international migration. Before joining the University of the South Pacific as Senior Lecturer and Coordinator of the Population programme I had been working for six years as Research Officer at the Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (University of Oxford). My primary research expertise lies in the field of migration and mobility, and its intersections with labour market, ageing and development issues. My research papers also addressed the collection and assessment of migration data and migration and integration policies. I am currently principal investigator in the research project “Patterns of Mobility and Development in Pacific Island States: An Integrated Analysis”, which deploys a combination of quantitative and qualitative methods to provide a better understanding of the links between urbanization, intra-regional movements and international migration in Fiji, Samoa and Vanuatu.


Publications:

(2014), “Migration policies and migrant employment outcomes: conceptual analysis and comparative evidence for Europe”, Journal of Comparative Migration Studies, 2(4): 417-443 (special issue on “The Governance of Migrant Labour Supply in Europe, Before and During the Crisis”).

(2014) (with Walsh K.), “Recruitment Processes and Immigration Regulations: The Disjointed Pathways to Employing Migrant Carers in Ageing Societies”, Work, Employment and Society, 28(3):372-389. 

(2014) “Elder Care and Migrant Labor in Europe: A Demographic Outlook”, Population and Development Review, 40(1): 131–154.


Honorary or professional positions and awards:
Research Associate, Centre on Migration, Policy and Society (COMPAS), University of Oxford (2011-)

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