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Roberta Ricucci is Assistant Professor in Sociology of Culture at the University of Turin (Dept. Of Social Sciences). She has spent periods of study and research in Germany, Switzerland, England and Australia. Her research interests include school and immigration policies of inclusion and educational success of immigrant children, as well as identity, gender relations and inter–generational relationships. March - May 2012
Andrew Clarke joined the Department of Economics at the University of Melbourne in October 2003. He completed his Ph.D. in economics at McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario in October 2004. His primary area of research is applied econometrics and labor economics. His current work focuses on estimating learning-by-doing in dynamic general equilibrium models and immigrant labor market outcomes in Australia and Canada.

August 2012 - February 2013

Mathias Sinning is a senior lecturer at the Research School of Economics of the Australian National University (ANU). He studied economics at the University of Heidelberg where he received his diploma in Economics in 2004. He received his Ph.D. in Economics from the University of Bochum in 2008. He has been working as assistant to the Executive Board of RWI from May 2004 to May 2008 and as a research fellow at the Social Policy Evaluation, Analysis and Research (SPEAR) Centre of the ANU from June 2008 to December 2010. His research interests include economic inequality, public policy analysis, and applied microeconometrics. He has published articles in journals such as Economic Inquiry, Health Economics, Journal of Population Economics, Labour Economics, Regional Science and Urban Economics, and Review of Income and Wealth.

September 2012 - January 2013

Amparo Gonzalez-Ferrer is a research fellow at the Spanish National Research Council and an assistant professor at the Political and Social Sciences Department of the Universitat-Pompeu Fabra. April 2013

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