Emilio Zagheni, Department of Sociology, University of Washington

Emilio Zagheni, Department of Sociology, University of Washington

“Migration of Professionals to the US: Evidence from LinkedIn data”
“The Advantages of Demographic Change after the Wave: Fewer and Older, but Healthier, Greener and more Productive?”
“Bayesian Forecasting of Cohort Fertility”
“The Relative Importance of Frequency of Contact and Duration of Exposure for the Spread of Directly Transmitted Infections”
“Inferring International and Internal Migration Patterns from Twitter Data”
“The life cycle dimension of time transfers in Europe”
“Studying International mobility through IP geolocation”
“You are where you e-mail: Using e-mail data to estimate International migration rates”
“The impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on kinship resources for orphans in Zimbabwe”

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