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Vladimir Balaz is Research Professor at the Institute for Forecasting of the Slovak Academy of Sciences and a member of the Learned Society of the Slovak Academy of Sciences. The Institute acts both as a research body and government think- thank for design of economic and social policies. Vladimir has three major areas of research interest (1) Innovation and R&D policies, (2) Migration and Regional Development, and (3) Behavioural Economics and Finance.

Katarina Karasova studied quantitative economics with the University of Economics in Bratislava. She currently is a young researcher at the Institute for Forecasting of the Slovak Academy of Sciences. Katarina’s research interests include (1) Migration in Europe; (2) Active labour market policies, and (3) Quantitative methods in socio-economic research.

Allan M. Williams is Professor of Tourism and Mobility Studies at the University of Surrey, UK, His research focuses on the relationships between mobility and economic development in Europe. He is the author of 26 books including, most recently, Migration Risk and Uncertainty (with Vlado Balaz, Routledge, 2015). He was a founding editor of the journal European Urban and Regional Studies (Sage, 1994-) and a fellow of the UK Academy of Social Science.

 
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