Ana Damas de Matos


Economist

International Migration Division
Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs
OECD
2, rue André Pascal - 75775 Paris Cedex 16

ana.damasdematos@oecd.org 


Papers

Which Firms Create Fixed-term Employment? Evidence from Portugal (with Daniel Parent)Labour Economics,

Volume 41, August 2016, Pages 348–362

Firm Heterogeneity and Immigrant Wage Assimilation Appendix [pdf], Applied Economics Letters,
Volume 24, 2017 - Issue 9, Pages 653-657

Immigrant Language Fluency in the Low-skilled Labor Market,  ILR Review,
Volume 70, 2017, Issue 5, Pages 1176-1195

Canada and High-Skill Emigration to the United States: Way Station or Farm System? (with Daniel Parent), Journal of Labor Economics
Volume 37, 2019, Pages 491-532 

Book Chapters

"Capturing the ephemeral: How much labour do temporary migrants contribute in OECD countries?"
in International Migration Outlook (2019), OECD Publishing

"Immigrant skills, their measurement, use and return: A review of literature", in Matching Economic Migration with Labour Market Needs (2014), OECD Publishing

"The qualifications of immigrants and their value in the labour market: A comparison of Europe and the United States" (with T. Liebig), in Matching Economic Migration with Labour Market Needs (2014), OECD Publishing

"25 Anos de Imigração", in F Alexandre, P Bação, P Lains, M Martins, M Portela, and M Simões (eds.),
A Economia Portuguesa na União Europeia: 1986-2010, LeYa (2014)

"The Integration of the Children of Immigrants in European Cities: The Importance of Parental Background"
in Equal Opportunities? The Labour Market Integration of the Children of Immigrants (2010), OECD Publishing