Globalisation, Regionalisation and Socio-Economic Inequality (GRESI) is a project that studies (i) patterns of globalisation, regionalisation and their consequences, and (ii) responses to globalisation, both from analytical and normative perspectives. The research priorities for the project are: (i) the quantitative analysis of globalisation and regionalisation processes, (ii) globalisation, labor market and income inequality, (iii) Euro-African and intra-African migration, and (iv) inequality in global governance. The work on migration refers to the determinants of migration flows and the location of immigrants, on the one hand, and to the role of regional and interregional migration governance, on the other hand. The project is carried out by a network coordinated by the University of Ghent. The consortium further includes: UNU-CRIS (Belgium), the University of Antwerp, the University of Leuven (Belgium), the University of Brussels (VUB), the University of Lille (France), and the University of Maastricht (The Netherlands).
Special issue (forthcoming)
UNU-CRIS Associate Director Philippe De Lombaerde (firstname.lastname@example.org)