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Imeraj Lena

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Lena Imeraj is a junior researcher at Interface Demography, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium. She obtained a master degree in Sociology and currently works on a PhD, funded by Research Foundation Flanders (FWO). Her research focuses on demographic and social processes shaping segregation patterns in urban areas in Belgium. Besides, she participates in two related projects; (i) ResSegr-project, funded by JPI Urban Europe, is an international comparative study on segregation patterns in urban areas using geocoded data and recently developed software to construct egocentric scalable neighbourhoods; (ii) Cities and Newcomers, a VUB interdisciplinary project that focusses on changing migration patterns within a rapidly transforming urban society and on the modes of regulation developed to cope with the associated challenges.

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Lena.Imeraj@vub.be

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sociologie

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VUB

Publications

« The effect of social mobility on the odds and destination of relocation: moving within or out of the Brussels-Capital Region. » Imeraj, Lena; Willaert, Didier; Gadeyne, Sylvie, Paper presented at the Population Association of America Annual Meeting. Boston, USA, 2014.
« Een bevolkingsprognose voor het Brussels Hoofdstedelijk Gewest : Impact op het aantal beschikbare plaatsen in het Brusselse kleuteronderwijs » Imeraj, Lena; Huegaerts, Kelly; Engelbos, Christa, Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Interface Demography, 2012.

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