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Dominique Jolivet

Senior Researcher, University of Amsterdam

  • Researcher
Dominique holds a Master in International Business Negotiation (Université François Rabelais, France) and a Master in Migration Studies, Development and Social Intervention with a specialization in applied research (Universidad de Almería, Spain). Dominique combines a Senior Researcher position with a PhD trajectory at the University of Amsterdam. Her research interests include the role of welfare in migration and immobility, and the tensions between objective and subjective well-being at different stages of the migration process. Previously, she has worked as Project Manager at the Amsterdam Institute for Global Health and Development, Research Officer at the International Migration Institute of the University of Oxford and Research Assistant at the University of Almería.
 

Recent publications:
 
Dominique Jolivet (2019), Post‐2008 Multi‐Sited Household Practices: Between Morocco, Spain and Norway, International Migration, 2020, vol. 58, no 1, p. 45-60.
 
Neil Adger, Boyd, E., Fabos, A., Fransen, S., Jolivet, D., Neville, G., Safra de Campos, R. and Vijge M.J. (2019), “Migration transforms the conditions for the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals”, Commentary Lancet Planetary Health, volume 3, issue 11, E440-E442

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