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Listen to the podcast of the 07 March 2013 seminar: 'Defying the Law of Gravity: The Political Economy of International Migration'.

Professor David Leblang of the University of Virginia addresses the drivers of international migration in this special seminar. The tremendous variance of bilateral international migrant flows across destination countries and over time is often explained by economic determinants or social conditions.Professor Leblang will discuss the role political environments across destinations plays in influencing bilateral migration flows based on his recent research.

Duration: 36:54

Download podcast (MP3 67.6MB)

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