2020 - Member of Academia Europaea
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Immigration, Demographic economics, Labour economics, Human capital and Refugee. His Immigration research incorporates elements of Citizenship, Politics and Demography. His studies in Politics integrate themes in fields like Economic growth and Gender studies.
Many of his studies on Demographic economics apply to Voting as well. Pieter Bevelander focuses mostly in the field of Voting, narrowing it down to matters related to Social capital and, in some cases, Ethnic group. The various areas that Pieter Bevelander examines in his Human capital study include Teamwork, Statistical discrimination and Competence.
Pieter Bevelander mainly focuses on Immigration, Demographic economics, Refugee, Citizenship and Market integration. His Immigration research integrates issues from Ethnic group, Labour economics and Politics. His Ethnic group research incorporates themes from Social capital and Socioeconomics.
He has researched Demographic economics in several fields, including Economic integration, Voting and Human capital. His Refugee study combines topics in areas such as Gender studies and Unemployment. His research in Citizenship intersects with topics in Economic growth, Socioeconomic status and Development economics.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Immigration, Demographic economics, Refugee, Citizenship and Market integration. His Immigration study incorporates themes from Market participation and Labour economics. The Labour economics study combines topics in areas such as Family reunification and Human capital.
In general Demographic economics study, his work on Occupational mobility often relates to the realm of Longitudinal data and Dual, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His work in Refugee tackles topics such as Economic growth which are related to areas like Country of origin, Spouse and Per capita. His research integrates issues of Young adult, Peer review, Flourishing and Developed country in his study of Citizenship.
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Declining employment success of immigrant males in Sweden: Observed or unobserved characteristics?
Pieter Bevelander;Helena Skyt Nielsen.
Journal of Population Economics (2001)
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