Conference Program

 

The Workshop is organized by Ayelet Shachar, Director at the Max-Planck-Institute for the Study of Religious and Ethnic Diversity, and Olaf Deinert, Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Göttingen.

              

Conference Program

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Friday, May 18, 2018

09:30Registration
09:45Welcome Remarks
10:00-11:30PANEL 1: PRECARIOUS LABOR MIGRATION
Chair: Ayelet Shachar
 Bridget Anderson (Bristol):
“About Time too: Precarity and Life Stage in Labour Migration”
Hiroshi Motomura (UCLA):
“Four Perspectives on Temporary Workers”
Bernard Ryan (Leicester):
“Re-thinking Employment Law in a Time of Migration”
11:50-13:00Keynote by Christine Langenfeld (Göttingen) and Holger Kolb (Berlin)
“’Legal Limits’: On the Shrinking Relevance of National Norm Setting in the Field of Labour Migration Policy”
Introduced by Olaf Deinert
13:00-14:00Lunch break
14:00-15:30PANEL 2: MIGRATION, LABOR AND TRADE
Chair: Stefan Schlegel
 Michael Trebilcock (Toronto): “The Role of Immigration in the Four Economic Freedoms: Taking the Ceteris Paribus Condition Seriously”
Jennifer Gordon (New York): “Regulating the Human Supply Chain”
Marion Panizzon (Bern): “Value-based Trade: Risks and Benefits for Refugees and Migrants”
16:00-17:30PANEL 3: HIGH SKILLED MIGRATION
Chair: Peter-Tobias Stoll
 Hillel Rapoport (Paris): “(Skilled) Emigrants’ Contribution to the Economic Integration of Home Countries into the Global Economy”
France Houle (Montreal): “Strengthening Integration of Foreign-Trained Professionals Across Canada: Licensing, Mutual Recognition and Intergovernmental Regulatory Co-operation”
Ayelet Shachar (MPI-MMG): “Olympic Citizenship: The Human Capital Model of Migration”
18:15-19:15Historical Tour of Göttingen University
(Partner of the Göttingen Campus Alliance)