CARRASCO ARMIJO, JOSÉ IGNACIO

Department of Political and Social Sciences
Department of Political and Social Sciences

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Biography

Ignacio Carrasco is a PhD student at Pompeu Fabra University under the supervision of Professor Pau Baizán. During the PhD, Ignacio will analyze immigrants' socioeconomic incorporation in relation to migration and welfare regimes in Latin American countries. Before joining the program, he worked at ECLAC in different issues related to social development. He was also a member in the project Migration systems in comparative perspective: Mexico-USA and Subsaharan Africa-Europe (MIGRASYS) at Pompeu Fabra University. His research interests are social development, patterns and determinants of migration, as well as social protection. Ignacio holds a degree in sociology from University of Chile, a master in Migration Studies from UPF and a master of Science in Demography from Stockholm University. 

Publications

Carrasco, I., & Suárez, J. I. (2018). Migración internacional e inclusión en América Latina: análisis en los países de destino mediante encuestas de hogares. Publicación de las Naciones Unidas. Link

Fernández, A., Martínez, R., Carrasco, I., Palma, A. (2017).  Impacto social y económico de la doble carga de la malnutrición: modelo de análisis y estudio piloto en Chile, Ecuador y México. Publicación de las Naciones Unidas. Link

Presentations

The dynamics of remittance behavior among Senegalese immigrants in Spain. European Population Conference 2018. Belgium. Link

The dynamics of remittance behavior among Senegalese immigrants in Spain. ECSR 2018 Paris Conference. France.

Migración internacional e inclusión en América Latina. ECLAC/SISCA seminar on migration and inclusion: challenges and opportunities to social protection and decent labor policies. June 2018. El Salvador. Inclusión de jóvenes migrantes en América Latina. ECLAC virtual seminar to commemorate the International Youth day. August 2018. Chile.