SEEMIG – Managing Migration and its Effects in SEE - Transnational Actions towards Evidence Based Strategies
Principal Investigator at ZRC SAZUKristina Toplak, PhD
SEEMIG - Managing Migration and its Effects in SEE - Transnational Actions towards Evidence Based Strategies
CollaboratorsMojca Vah Jevšnik, PhD , Jure Gombač, PhD, Mateja Gliha, , Tanja Pavčič
Programme DurationJune 1, 2012 – November 30, 2014
PartnersUniversity of Vienna - Department of Geography and Regional Research, Austria, Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia, Serbia, The Romanian Institute for Research on National Minorities, Romania , Town council of Turčianske Teplice, Slovakia, National Statistical Institute of the Republic of Bulgaria, Bulgaria , School on Local Development, University of Trento, Italy , Scientific Research Centre of the Slovenian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Slove…, Municipality of Kanjiža, Serbia , Municipality of Sfântu Gheorghe, Romania , Municipality of Pécs, Hungary , Maribor Development Agency, Slovenia , Institute of Social Sciences, Serbia, Institute of Informatics and Statistics, Slovakia , Institute for Economic Research, Slovenia, Harghita County Council, Romania, Demographic Research Institute at the Hungarian Central Statistical Office, Hun…, District administration of Montana, Bulgaria
SEEMIG aims to better understand and address longer term migratory, human capital and demographic processes of South-East Europe, as well as their effects on labour markets, national and regional economies. The main goal of the project is to empower public administrations to develop and implement policies and strategies by using enhanced datasets and empirical evidence.