The QuantMig Project focuses on advancing the methodology of setting and analysing migration scenarios, and improving migration data and related analytical methods. It is financed by the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
QuantMig outputs include all public deliverables of the project, links to any academic publications produced by the team based on the project work, as well as policy and other briefing papers.
This inventory includes metadata on various quantitative sources of information on migration drivers that can be used for modelling purposes.
This inventory includes metadata on various quantitative sources of information on migration drivers that can be used for modelling purposes. Additionally, the inventory includes information on articles that used those quantitative sources such as the statistical effect found in their analysis.
In the teaching material pack, teachers will find: (1) a 15-page teaching guide to make preparing and teaching the lessons easy and smooth, (2) a 30-page workbook that guides students through the exercises and (3) a set of slides for each lesson that include graphs, key terms, exercises and step-by-step instructions for the math exercises. The teaching materials are modular, meaning that the lessons can be used in sets of one, three or five each time with a different focus, such as on the policy aspect of migration or on the reasons why someone might migrate.
The Estimates Explorer includes the probabilistic estimates of migration within, into and out of Europe, by a range of demographic characteristics, prepared within QuantMig for the period 2009-2019, and integrating earlier estimates for 2002-2008 developed in the IMEM project.
The Scenarios Explorer presents population and labour force indicators for 2020-2060 related to the QuangMig migration scenarios under different assumptions on rare migration events in the early 2020s. The scenarios extend those from the Wittgenstein Centre Data Explorer by focusing on migration assumptions.
The Policy Database documents over 7,600 migration policy changes enacted by 31 European countries in the period 1990-2020. The database extends and updates the original DEMIG POLICY database assembled by the International Migration Institute.