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Program on International Migration: Economics, Ethics, and Law

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The Program on International Migration: Economics, Ethics, and Law is an interdisciplinary program that provides an umbrella for faculty and students engaged in scholarly research on the myriad analytical and policy-related issues raised by the international flows of humanity.

An interdisciplinary program that provides an umbrella for faculty and students engaged in scholarly research on the myriad analytical and policy-related issues raised by the international flows of humanity.

This Program was established at the Law School, with support from Columbia University President, former Law School Dean David Leebron, under the direction of University Professor Jagdish Bhagwati. Its scope is interdisciplinary and it aims at providing an umbrella for faculty and students engaged in scholarly research on the myriad analytical and policy-related issues raised by the international flows of humanity. The associated faculty include disciplines as diverse as economics, literary theory, philosophy, sociology, political science, international relations and law. Several projects have been intiaited, conferences are planned, and the Emma Lazarus Lecture has been established

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