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How is London being transformed by migration?


Download: Audio - Session 1, Audio - Session 2, Audio - Session 3

Editor's note: The question and answer sessions have been removed from these podcasts.

Speaker(s): Ian Gordon, Eric Kaufman, Max Nathan, Antoine Paccoud, Sara Parker, Jeremy Skinner, Tony Travers
Chair: Barbara Roche, Ben Rogers

Recorded on 24 March 2014 in Hong Kong Theatre, Clement House.

With the many shifts that have taken place over the past few years in the UK migration regime, the new net migration figures and the detail now about how and where migrants are living in London made available through the 2011 Census, it is a good time to bring together current knowledge and research on the impact of migration on London and its economy. The conference, chaired by Barbara Roche from 'Migration Matters', draws together thematic strands from a two-year LSE London project on this topic, with expert speakers addressing recent changes from a variety of perspectives.

There will be ample opportunity for questions and debate and a drinks reception will follow.

Ian Gordon is professor of human geography at LSE.

Eric Kaufman is professor of politics at Birkbeck College.

Max Nathan is deputy director of What Works Centre on Local Economic Growth.

Antoine Paccoud is a LSE fellow in human geography.

Sara Parker is London director of the Confederation of British Industry.

Jeremy Skinner is head of Strategic Projects and Policy Evaluation at the GLA.

Tony Travers is director of LSE London.

Barbara Roche is chair of Migration Matters.

Ben Rogers is director of Centre for London.

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