Research Scientist and Deputy Head - Migration and Mobility

Daniela Perrotta

Laboratory of Migration and Mobility


Assessing Migration Patterns in Latin America by Combining Traditional and Digital Trace Data Sources Projects details
Combining Digital Trace Data and Representative Surveys to Predict Migration Rates Projects details
Computational, Formal, and Behavioral Modeling of Infectious Disease Dynamics Projects details
Estimating Fertility Indicators by Using Digital Trace Data and Targeted Online Surveys Projects details
Estimating Migration and Mobility after Natural Disasters Projects details
Impact of Human Mobility on Spatial Dynamics of Infectious Diseases Projects details
Linking Social Stratification and Geographic Mobility Through Georeferenced Data Projects details
Studying International Migration of High-Skilled Professionals by Using Large-Scale Digital Trace Data Projects details
Temporal Effects in Migration Measurement: Evidence from Geo-Referenced Digital Trace Data Projects details
The COVID-19 Health Behavior Survey Projects details

MPIDR Publications

Recent All

De Gaetano, A.; Bajardi, P.; Gozzi, N.; Perra, N.; Perrotta, D.; Paolotti, D.:
JMIR Preprints 47563. unpublished. (2023)    
Kashyap, R.; Rinderknecht, R. G.; Akbaritabar, A.; Alburez-Gutierrez, D.; Gil-Clavel, B. S.; Grow, A.; Kim, J.; Leasure, D. R.; Lohmann, S.; Negraia, D. V.; Perrotta, D.; Rampazzo, F.; Tsai, C.-J.; Verhagen, M. D.; Zagheni, E.; Zhao, X.:
In: Research handbook on digital sociology, 48–86. Cheltenham: Edward Elgar Publishing. (2023)
Grow, A.; Perrotta, D.; Del Fava, E.; Cimentada, J.; Rampazzo, F.; Gil-Clavel, B. S.; Zagheni, E.; Flores, R. D.; Ventura, I.; Weber, I. G.:
Journal of the Royal Statistical Society/A 185:S2, S343–S363. (2022)    
Perrotta, D.; Frias-Martinez, E.; Pastore y Piontti, A.; Zhang, Q.; Luengo-Oroz, M.; Paolotti, D.; Tizzoni, M.; Vespignani, A.:
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases 16:7, e0010565–e0010565. (2022)    
Perrotta, D.; Johnson, S. C.; Theile, T.; Grow, A.; de Valk, H.; Zagheni, E.:
MPIDR Working Paper WP-2022-007. (2022)    

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