Research Fellow at the Center for Migration and Citizenship: 2011-2014
Emma Broughton is a Research Fellow at the Center. In this position, she coordinates the "Migrations & employers" programme with Dorothée Prud'homme, and develops a research programme on migration patterns and policies in the BRIMC countries (BRICs + Mexico).
Her research interests lie in migration politics, with a special interest in private sector actors and their role in the elaboration of policies. Most of her research is structured by a comparative interest (UK, United States, Canada).
Emma Broughton holds a Master of Science in International Relations from the London School of Economics and Political Science (2007).
Are private companies agents in the implementation of French immigration policies? Paris : Ifri, 2015, 46 p. (Coll. Les études Ifri)
Migration policies and rules applying to the recruitment of foreign workers impact HR and recruitment processes of French private companies. Administrative procedures are both complex and time consuming for they might require extra actions from those employees in charge of the recruitment...
Recruitment procedures of foreign workers in France. The point of view of French companies Paris : Ifri, 2015, 49 p. (Coll. Les études Ifri)
Study on migration policies’ impact on recruitment procedures of foreign workers in France.
This paper investigates the role given to economic actors in the definition of migration policies in France. In the early 2000s, Nicolas Sarkozy advocated for a policy of “chosen immigration” (“immigration choisie”) whose objective, amongst others, was to attract migrants...