|Joaquín Arango is Professor of Sociology at the Complutense University of Madrid and Director, Center for the Study of Migration and Citizenship, Ortega y Gasset Research Institute. Until May 2012 he was President of Spain’s National Forum for the Social Integration of Immigrants. He is co-Editor of the Spanish Immigration and Immigration Policies Yearbook and seats in the editorial boards of several scientific journals and a number of advisory committees. His current areas of interest include migration systems and migration regimes, immigration and integration policies, the relationships between immigration and labor markets and the impacts of the economic crisis. He is presently involved in European research projects dealing with irregular migration, the impact of admission policies on integration, attitudes towards immigration and diversity, and migrant domestic workers. He has worked as an expert for the European Commission, the Council of Europe, OECD, ILO, UNECE, Eurostat and other international institutions.