Researcher Migration and Diversity
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Hannelore Goeman joined the Institute for European Studies in February 2008 as a doctoral researcher. Her research project is focusing on the emerging policy framework for migrant integration at EU level. More specifically, it aims at measuring and explaining the impact of this new policy field in a number of member states. Taking a comparative perspective, the objective is to determine which variables can account for the varying impact of the European guidelines on integration at national level.
Hannelore Goeman studied Modern European History at the Catholic University of Leuven and the University of British Columbia (Canada). She received her Masters in Contemporary European History in 2005, graduating on a thesis concerning the neo-conservative movement in Belgium in the seventies and eighties (magna cum laude) Hannelore also holds a M.Phil in European Studies from the University of Cambridge (United Kingdom). Before starting at the IES, she gained some working experience as research assistant to Dr. Sara Silvestri and as junior lecturer at the University of Maastricht, teaching European history and sociology.
- Study at IES
- European Projects