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In a new blog Katharina provides a summary of the DEMIG conference 'Determinants of International Migration' that took place in Oxford from 23-25 September 2014.

The DEMIGthree-day, interdisciplinary conference brought together sixty-five early career and established migration researchers to discuss empirical and theoretical research on the role of states and policies in migration processes.

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