Dr. Daniel Auer
Daniel Auer is a postdoctoral researcher at the research unit Migration, Integration, Transnationalization. He received his Dr. in Public Administration from the University of Lausanne and the National Competence Center on Research NCCR - on the move. Previously, he studied at the Universities of Vienna, Urbana-Champaign, and Zurich and has been a visiting researcher in Malmoe and Oxford. His work focuses on discriminatory- and policy-driven mechanisms that affect immigrants’ labour-market integration as well as on policy effects in the context of international migration. Personal website: daniel-auer.com
The absent rewards of assimilation: how ethnic penalties persist in the Swiss labour market (2018) The Journal of Economic Inequality (with F. Fossati).
Linking Migration Intentions with Flows: Evidence and Potential Use (2018) International Migration (with J. Tjaden and F. Laczko).
The matching hierarchies model: Evidence from a survey experiment on employers' hiring intent of immigrant applicants (2018) International Migration Review (with G. Bonoli, F. Fossati and F. Liechti).
Language Roulette: The Effect of Random Placement on Refugees' Labour Market Integration (2018) Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 44(3): 341-362.
The Signalling Value of Labour Market Programmes (2017) European Sociological Review 33(2): 257-274 (with F. Liechti, F. Fossati and G. Bonoli).
Why do Immigrants have longer Periods of unemployment? Swiss Evidence (2017) International Migration 55(1): 157-174 (with G. Bonoli and F. Fossati).
Measuring Global Migration Intention, 2010-2015 (2017) IOM GMDAC Data Briefing (with F. Laczko and J. Tjaden).
Les conséquences du travail à temps partiel sur les prestations de prévoyance vieillesse (2016) Conférence suisse des délégué-e-s à l'égalité entre femmes et hommes (with G. Bonoli, E. Crettaz and F. Liechti).