The UNESCO Chair in Population, Migrations and Development

Unesco Chair

Seminars UNESCO Chair

Speaker: Elena Ambrosetti

Title: "Two is enough: a perfect family size and fertility in Egypt"

Wednesday 26 June 11:00 am
Department of Methods and Models for Economics, Territory and Finance
"Matematica" Room, Faculty of Economics, 1st floor
Via del Castro Laurenziano, 9


The UNESCO Chair in Population, Migrations and Development established in 2008 at Sapienza University of Rome, aims to further develop the long term objective of building capacities in teaching and researching, promoting a multidisciplinary scientific approach in the field of development, population and migrations.
The UNESCO Chair involves researchers and scholars from different disciplines and fields of competence working on migrations, demography and development. The Chair will act as a laboratory creating new knowledge and ideas in order to promote cultural diversity and to work out new scenarios for the future of international migrations. Based on a network of high level scholars and researchers from different universities and research centers, the UNESCO Chair in Population, Migrations and Development represents a significant arena for the production and dissemination of new knowledge, promoting a center of excellence for further researches and a laboratory supporting the decision making process.

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