dr Joanna Nestorowicz

She graduated from the doctoral program at the Faculty of Economic Sciences (Development Economics Department), University of Warsaw. In 2013 she defended her doctoral thesis entitled “International Migration and the choice of Self-employment”. Her research concentrates on quantitative analyses of migrants’ functioning on the destination labor markets and on conceptual issues related to the interdependencies between migration streams. She is currentlz working on a project financed through the PRELUDIUM grant scheme offered by the National Science Centre. In the 2009/2010 academic year a Dekaban-Liddle Fellow at the University of Glasgow (Department of Economics). In the 2010/2011 academic year a Fulbright Scholar at Princeton University (Office of Population Research). Member of the editorial board of “Central and Eastern European Migration Review”.

Apart from holding a master’s degree in economics, she also has a BA in cross-cultural relations obtained at the Oriental Institute, University of Warsaw.

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