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RePEc-registered Economists in Economics of Human Migration on Twitter

This page indexes registered economists that are also on Twitter and is updated daily. Economists are also listed by field or country. Each listing has a link to a co-called Twitter list, which allows to follow them all.

How to get listed

Pre-conditions

  1. Be registered with the RePEc Author Service.
  2. Have been registered for a least a day.
  3. Have a main field in Economics of Human Migration

How to be listed

  1. Send a tweet to @repec_signup with your RePEc Short-ID. This identifier is of the form pxxnnnn, where xx are two letters and nnnn are up to four numbers. The RePEc Short-ID is found when you log into your account at the RePEc Author Service or on your profile page at EconPapers and IDEAS.

    A sample tweet would be: @repec_signup pxx123

  2. Receive a confirmation email (sent to the address used for the last monthly message from RePEc) within ten minutes.
  3. Click on the link provided in the email.

You are then listed here after the daily refresh. Your Twitter account will then also be listed on your IDEAS profile. Alternatively to the procedure above, look up your monthly RePEc email, click on the ranking analysis link, and there find a link to Twitter that auto-fills the tweet for you.

How the procedure could fail

(You have not received an email within 10 minutes).
  • Your tweets are protected. "Unprotect" before sending the tweet, and protect again after you have received the email.
  • You did not send the tweet to @repec_signup.
  • You have a typo in your RePEc Short-ID.
  • You have registered with RePEc within this month. Try again next month.

Further listings and links

There are 96 economists on this list. Learn about new papers in this field through NEP-MIG (Email or RSS). All registered authors in this field.

A
Aksoy, Cevat Giray Anelli, Massimo
B
Backhaus, Andreas Baum, Christopher F Bouoiyour, Jamal
Baert, Stijn Bazillier, Remi Boustan, Leah Platt
Bahar, Dany Becker, Sascha O. Brodeur, Abel
Barrett, Alan Bijwaard, Govert Ewout
Batista, Catia Bisin, Alberto
C
Cabrales, Antonio Clark, Ken Corak, Miles
Chen, Joyce Clemens, Michael A.
Christl, Michael Constant, Amelie F.
D
David, Anda Mariana Dreher, Axel
de Coulon, Augustin Duncan, Alan S
E
Elsner, Benjamin Escamilla-Guerrero, David Etzo, Ivan
F
Fasani, Francesco Frattini, Tommaso
Franck, Raphael Furtado, Delia
G
Giulietti, Corrado Gonzalez, Libertad Grogger, Jeffrey T.
Giuntella, Osea Grady, Patrick Michael Guriev, Sergei
H
Halla, Martin Hausmann, Ricardo Holst, Elke
Halliday, Timothy J. Hoen, Maria Forthun Hull, Marie Claire
I
Ibanez, Ana Maria
J
Jaeger, David A. Jimeno, Juan F
K
Kosack, Edward Krieger, Tim
M
Machado, Joel Mask, Joshua Miguelez, Ernest
Mamertino, Mariano McKenzie, David Miranda, Alfonso
Marouani, Mohamed Ali Meschi, Elena
N
Nikolova, Milena
P
Palivos, Theodore Pensieroso, Luca Preston, Ian Peter
Paniagua, Jordi Pestel, Nico
Penaloza-Pacheco, Leonardo Portes, Jonathan
R
Ramos, Raul Redding, Stephen James Rinne, Ulf
Ransom, Tyler M. Redpath, Connor Rodriguez-Pose, Andres
Rasul, Imran Riley, Emma Alice Louise Royuela, Vicente
S
Seither, Julia Spielvogel, Gilles Steinmayr, Andreas
Smolka, Marcel Buus Steingress, Walter Stichnoth, Holger
Solignac, Matthieu Steinhardt, Max Friedrich Suedekum, Jens
T
Tombe, Trevor Tosun, Mehmet Serkan Tumen, Semih
V
Verdugo, Gregory Vezina, Pierre-Louis
Verme, Paolo Vlachos, Stephanos
W
Ward, Zachary Wiltshire, Justin C.
Z
Zambiasi, Diego Ziesemer, Thomas H.W. Zimmermann, Klaus F.
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