|Mr. Inge Dahlstedt holds a master’s degree in sociology and a bachelor degree in philosophy. He currently pursues his doctoral studies at IMER (International Migration and Ethnic Relations), Malmö University and is writing a doctoral thesis on ‘Transferring human capital across borders’. He has served as a project assistant at the same university, researching and evaluating projects aiming at integration of immigrants in the Nordic countries. Besides, He taught introductory courses in Statistics, Social Exclusion and Integration, and Economy and Social Structure. Among his most recent publications are “The Importance of Where and What – the Effect of Home Country versus Host Country and General versus Vocational Education on the Employment Integration of Immigrants in Sweden” (Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies) and “Occupational Match – Over- and Under-education among Immigrants in the Swedish Labour Market” (in review).