I initially worked at INED, AMSE, and Sciences Po where I taught "Demographic Economics", before joining the Population Studies Center of the University of Pennsylvania to work on the migrant mortality advantage. I am currently holding the "Excellence Research Chair in Population Sciences" at the University of Bordeaux (Comptrasec, CNRS) and in the French National Institute for Demographic Research (INED).
- Fields of interest: Population Economics, Demography, Regional & Urban Economics, Microeconometrics
My research interests are in spatial dynamics of socio-economic inequalities. I study how migration and residential location can shape the relative differences between groups coming from or living in different locations. My main research interest is in measuring how compositional changes related to migration drive observed aggregate trends.
- Gobillon & Solignac (2019), Homeownership of immigrants in France: selection effects related to international migration flows, accepted for publication in the Journal of Economic Geography, revised paper and online appendix
- Solignac (2018), L'émigration des immigrés, une dimension oubliée de la mobilité géographique, Population, 73 (4), pp.693-718
- Solignac & Tô (2018), Do Workers Make Good Neighbours? The Impact of Local Employment on Young Male and Female Entrants to the Labour Market., Annals of Economics and Statistics, n°130, pp. 167-198
- Guillot, Khlat, Elo, Solignac, Wallace (2018), Understanding Age Variations in the Migrant Mortality Advantage: An International Comparative Perspective, PLOS ONE 13(6): e0199669
Univ. Bordeaux, Comptrasec UMR 5114 CNRS
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