Edited By Trine Lund Thomsen
Karin Biering is a trained physiotherapist with a master’s degree in health science and a Ph.D. in Medicine from 2013, both at Aarhus University, Denmark. She is currently employed as an assistant professor in the Department of Occupational Medicine under Aarhus University and Central Region Denmark. Her primary research interest is in occupational epidemiology and quantitative methodology, especially within use of national health registries and occupational registries as well as large surveys of patients or occupational groups.
Ruth Emerek is Professor Emeritus in applied quantitative methods at the Faculty of Social Science, Aalborg University, Denmark. She is a former member of the former CoMID (the Research Center for the Study of Migration and Diversity), and a former member of FREIA (Center for Gender Studies). Her research interests include quantitative analysis, migration, diversity, equality and gender.
Indre Genelyte received a PhD degree at the Institute for Research on Migration, Ethnicity and Society (REMESO) at the Department of Social and Welfare Studies, Linköping University, Sweden. Her thesis titled ‘Lost in Mobility? Labour Migration from Lithuania to Sweden’ sheds the light on the dynamics and individual decision-making behind mass labour emigration from the Baltic states, its socio-economic consequences and policy responses within the framework of intra-EU mobility. She is addressing intersections between migration, labour markets and welfare systems. Indre has a background in welfare studies and holds a Social Policy Master diploma from Vilnius University, Lithuania.
Sahra-Josephine Hjorth is a Ph.D. candidate from the...
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