Affiliate Researcher

Elizabeth Marie Jacobs

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Dr. Elizabeth Jacobs is a Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital and Computational Demography at the Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research. Her research agenda asks how institutions -- state, corporate and academic -- shape the economic, social and spatial mobility of immigrants and refugees. Using computational techniques, she constructs and analyzes novel data sources to study the institutional reproduction of inequality in global contesxts. Her scholarly interests encompass inequality in the areas of migration, race, gender, education and work.


Studying International Migration of High-Skilled Professionals by Using Large-Scale Digital Trace Data Projects details

Other Publications

Elizabeth Jacobs:
2022. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies. 48(7): 1647-1668.
Elizabeth Jacobs and A. Nicole Kreisberg. :
2022. International Migration
Katharine Donato, Lisa Singh, Ali Arab, Elizabeth Jacobs and Douglas Post:
2022. Harvard Data Science Review. 4(1).

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