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Dominique Jolivet

Research Officer, ODID

Dominique’s research interests include changing meanings of migration, the effect of social stratification on migration patterns, and onward migration processes. She uses both qualitative and quantitative research methods. She is currently working on the MobileWelfare project (NORFACE) that aims to better understand the role of welfare provisions in the country of residence and elsewhere in shaping mobility and immobility.


Dominique Jolivet holds a Master's degree in Foreign Languages Applied to International Business (Université de Nantes, France) with a specialization in International Business Negotiation (Université François Rabelais of Tours, France) and a Master's degree in Migration Studies, Development and Social Intervention. She specialized in Migration and development (Universidad de Almería and Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain). 

After nine years’ experience in international business, she worked at the University of Almería (Spain) as a project assistant in the Cooperation and Volunteering Secretariat, and as a research assistant mainly studying the geographical, professional and social mobility of Moroccan migrants in Andalusia (Spain). Before joining IMI she worked in an NGO specialised in human trafficking and prostitution in The Hague (the Netherlands).

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