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Speaker(s): Professor Philip Kasinitz, Professor Michael Keith, Rob Berkeley, Tim Finch, Professor Sharon Zukin
Chair: Professor Mike Savage

Recorded on 10 October 2013 at Sheikh Zayed Theatre, New Academic Building

Increasingly, a strand of political conservatism depicts migration in terms of depleting assets. This event brings together leading experts to explore more productive avenues for engaging with global urbanisation and migration.

Philip Kasinitz is professor of sociology at City University, New York.

Michael Keith is director of the Centre of Migration, Policy and Social Change at the University of Oxford.

Rob Berkeley is director of the Runnymede Trust.

Tim Finch is director of communications at IPPR.

Sharon Zukin is professor of sociology at City University, New York; she and Philip Kasinitz lead the Transnational Streets project.

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