NIESR’s latest research - Immigration policy after the EU Referendum: economic impacts

Date: 
Tuesday, 24 May, 2016 - 10:30 to 11:30
Location: 
NIESR
2 Dean Trench Street Smith Square
SW1P 3HE London
United Kingdom
You are invited to attend a press conference on Tuesday 24th May at which we will present NIESR's latest research on migration policy.
 
Immigration and free movement are at the centre of the referendum debate.  On Thursday 26 May, the last set of official immigration statistics before the referendum will be published. NIESR will be publishing new research by Katerina Lisenkova analysing the long-term economic and fiscal impacts of changes to migration policy after Brexit. This will be the first research to model changes in policy while account for different types of migrants, according to origin and qualification levels, and their propensity to claim benefits.
 
The research will be launched at a briefing for press and policymakers at NIESR on Tuesday 24 May, chaired by Jonathan Portes.
 
10.30  Introduction, Jonathan Portes
 
10.40  Presentation, Katerina Lisenkova
 
11.00  Q&A  
 
11.30  Close 
 
The material will be available for immediate release.
 
Registration and coffee at 10am for prompt 1o.30 o’clock start. 
 
Where: NIESR, 2 Dean Trench Street, Smith Square, London SW1P 3HE
When:  Tuesday 24th May, 10-11.30am
 
To RSVP please contact  Luca Pieri:  
Email: l.pieri [at] niesr.ac.uk 
Tel: 020 7654 1931
We look forward to seeing you at the press briefing.