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[Photo: Michael AMIOR] Dr Michael AMIOR
Associate - Community
Email: M.A.Amior@lse.ac.uk

Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Tel: +9725883121
Email: michael.amior@mail.huji.ac.il
Personal WebSite WWW

Expertise: Labour, Migration, Education, Housing

Biography:

I am a Research Officer in the Communities Programme at CEP. Much of my work is focused on migration, both within and between countries. In particular, I am looking at why local joblessness is so persistent and the implications for social capital and crime.

Current Areas of Research:

Local joblessness and social capital

Impact of migration on wages

Geographical integration of labour markets

Education:

  • PhD Economics, UCL
  • MSc Economics, UCL
  • BA Economics, Cambridge

CEP Publications

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CEP Discussion Paper
Commuting, Migration and Local Joblessness Michael Amior and Alan Manning
June 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1623:
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JEL Classification: J21; J61; J64; R23


Tags: spatial inequality; commuting; migration

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CEP Discussion Paper
Education and Geographical Mobility: The Role of the Job Surplus Michael Amior
May 2019
Paper No' CEPDP1616:
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JEL Classification: J61; J64; R23


Tags: geographical mobility; job search; education

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CEP Discussion Paper
The Contribution of Foreign Migration to Local Labor Market Adjustment Michael Amior
November 2018
Paper No' CEPDP1582:
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JEL Classification: J61; J64; R23


Tags: migration; geographical mobility; local labor markets; employment

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CEP Discussion Paper
The Persistence of Local Joblessness Michael Amior and Alan Manning
June 2015
Paper No' CEPDP1357:
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JEL Classification: J61; J64; R23


Tags: local labor markets; unemployment; inactivity; internal migration; commuting


This paper has been published as:
'The Persistence of Local Joblessness', Michael Amior and Alan Manning, American Economic Review, 108(7), July 2018
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CEP Discussion Paper
Why are Higher Skilled Workers More Mobile Geographically? The Role of the Job Surplus Michael Amior
March 2015
Paper No' CEPDP1338:
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JEL Classification: J24; J61; J64


Tags: internal migration; job search; education; skills