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Asya Pisarevskaya

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Topic of thesis: Compositional effects of asylum and refugee policy instruments on economic integration of protected humanitarian migrants in European countries: qualitative comparative analysis.
Abstract: My project aims to employ quantitative and configurational comparative methods (Rihoux & Ragin, 2009) to answer the following question: Which configurations of asylum and refugee policy tools facilitate better economic integration of beneficiaries of international protection in the host countries? The quantitative analysis based on the data base of the European Labour Force Survey 2008 (released in 2013) will be done to identify the relative differences in indicators of economic integration between “humanitarian migrants”, “natives” and “other non-European migrants” (as a control group). The odds of unemployment and educational-employment mismatch will be used to rank European countries according the economic integration outcomes for humanitarian migrants and select country-cases for detailed policy analysis.  In the selected countries: through desk research and secondary data analysis from the national policy-research institutes the information about the asylum and refugee policies will be collected, in several time-slots prior 2008. Variables on the observed regulatory, economic and information policy tools (relevant for the study) will be compared across the selected countries. Their presence/absence and performance will be assessed. The data set for qualitative comparative analysis (Ragin, 1987) will be created on the basis of two previous stages of research. Using software TOSMANA or Fs-QCA, I will identify the configurations of ‘insufficient-but-necessary’ and ‘unnecessary-but-sufficient’ policy instruments accounting for more equality in employment indicators between humanitarian migrants and natives.
Research interests: international migration, integration, forced migration, attitudes towards out-groups
Graduated from: Moscow State Linguistic University, Russia 2006-2011 Erasmus Mundus Master Programme in International Migration and Social Cohesion (MISOCO) 2012-2014 University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands University of Deusto, Bilbao, Spain  University of Osnabrueck, Germany
Degrees obtained: Diploma in Sociology (MSLU) Master of Science in Sociology (UvA) Joint European Master in International Migration and Social Cohesion (UD) Master of Arts in International Migration and Intercultural relations (UOS)
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