|Professor Amelie F. Constant is the Executive Director of DIW DC - an economics think tank - in Washington DC, a visiting professor at the Elliott School of International Affairs at George Washington University and the Deputy Program Director of Migration at IZA, the Institute for the Study of Labor. She also serves as the Vice Dean of the Graduate School at DIW Berlin. Her research interests are in international migration, immigrant assimilation issues, gendered differences in labor market outcomes, occupational mobility, labor market segmentation, immigrant earnings, minorities and schooling quality. An expert in international migration, she has taught at a number of US universities. She has written over thirty five refereed articles and book chapters and has co-edited migration books and special issues in Journals. Her work has been funded by international foundations and has won several prizes. She has also written a dozen other reports and op-ed pieces on migration issues, and has organized more than twenty high profile international conferences. Professor Constant holds a bachelor degree in Economics and Mathematics from the University of Athens, Greece, a master degree in Economic Development from the University of Paris II, France, a doctoral degree in Labor Economics and Econometrics from Vanderbilt University, Tennessee and a post-doctoral fellowship from the University of Pennsylvania.