Dr Isaure Delaporte
Dr Isaure Delaporte joined the University of St Andrews as a Research Fellow for the MigrantLife project at the School of Geography and Sustainable Development in January 2020. She is currently a member of the Population and Health Research Group and a fellow of GLO. She completed her PhD in Economics at the University of Kent in 2020. She holds an MRes and an MSc in International Economics from Sorbonne University in Paris and a BSc in Economics and Management from Assas University in Paris.
Her research interests include migration, labour economics, demography and development.
Publications and Working Papers
- “The Distributional Consequences of Social Distancing on Poverty and Labour Income Inequality in Latin America and the Caribbean” (with Julia Escobar and Werner Peña), GLO Discussion Paper 682, 2020.
- “Working From Home Under COVID-19: Who Is Affected? Evidence from Latin American and Caribbean Countries” (with Werner Peña), CEPR Covid Economics 14:175-199 (May 2020).
- “Ethnic Identity and the Employment Outcomes of Immigrants: Evidence from France ” CESifo Working Paper Series 7651, May 2019.
- “The Effect of 9/11 on Immigrants’ Ethnic Identity and Employment: Evidence from Germany” GLO Discussion Paper 353, 2019.
- Integration of Humanitarian Migrants into the Host Country Labour Market: Evidence from Australia” (with Matloob Piracha), Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44(15):2480-2205, 2018.
- “Adapting to Climate Change in Bangladesh” (with Mathilde Maurel) Climate Policy 18(1):49-62 (January 2018).