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CIIP February 23, 2001

The Winter 2001 CIIP-CCIS workshop will be held Friday, February 23, 2001 in the Deutz Seminar Room at the Copley International Conference Center, UCSD. The purpose of CIIP-CCIS is to promote comparative research on immigration and integration issues among UC faculty and graduate students.
UC faculty and students interested in comparative migration issues are invited to participate in the workshop; the meals on the agenda below will be provided for work shop participants. We will provide travel support for UC speakers and discussants. We have spots for several more UC faculty and graduate students to serve as discussants.

Travel. It is easiest to fly to San Diego (Airport code SAN). There are several van services that can take you from the airport to the hotel or UCSD: the Link, Supershuttle, or Cloud 9 charge $10 to $15.

We expect UC participants to arrive on Friday morning and depart on Friday evening. We have reserved rooms for those staying over Thursday, Friday and/or Saturday nights at the Best Western Inn by the Sea near the beach in downtown La Jolla, 7830 Fay Ave and Prospect Ave, tel 800-526-4545 (CA) or 800-462-9732 (US) or (858) 459-4461 or fax (858) 456-2578 or email--innbyseabw@aol.com; the cost is $90.00 per night plus 10 percent tax ($9.45) for a single or double room, including continental breakfast. When making your reservation, note that we are the UCSD/CCIS (Center for Comparative Immigration Studies) group. Please contact the hotel directly and make your reservations by January 22, 2001.

We expect 30 to 40 participants in the meeting. We will have a table in the room on which you can put migration materials that you wish to make available to the group.


UC Comparative Immigration and Integration Program (CIIP)
UCSD Center for Comparative Immigration Studies (CCIS)
Winter Workshop
Friday, February 23, 2001
Meeting: Deutz Seminar Room, Copley International Conference Center , UCSD
Lodging: Best Western Inn by the Sea
7830 Fay Ave and Prospect Ave, La Jolla
Tel 858-459-4461, Fax 858-454-3941-- innbyseabw@aol.com
Report of the February 23, 2001 Seminar

The purpose of CIIP-CCIS is to promote comparative research on immigration and integration issues among UC faculty and graduate students; faculty and students interested in comparative migration issues are invited to participate in the workshop; the meals on the agenda below will be provided for work shop participants.


The CIIP is supported by the UCB Center for German and European Studies to promote comparative analysis of the immigration and integration issues facing the industrial democracies. The UCSD Center for Comparative Immigration Studies is supported by grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation, UCSD, and the UC Pacific Rim Research Program (see http://www.ccis-ucsd.org)

A map of UCSD showing available parking is available at: http://www.ccis-ucsd.org/directions "A" stickers from other UC campuses are valid at UCSD, or you can purchase an A sticker at the conference.

Friday, February 23, 2001
8:30 AM Continental breakfast available, foyer of Deutz Seminar Room
9 AM Welcome and Introductions
9:15 AM Session I. A New Migration Era?--Mexico-US Migration under Presidents Bush and Fox
Chair: Philip Martin, UCD
Presenters: (15-20 minutes each)
Agustin Escobar, CIESAS-Occidente
Gail Mummert, COLMICH and UCSD Center for US-Mexican Studies
Wayne Cornelius, UCSD,
Discussants: John Trasvina, Office of the Special Counsel, Frank D. Bean, UCI

10:45 AM Break
11AM Session II: New Directions in Immigration Policy in Germany and the EU.
Chair: Wayne Cornelius, UCSD
Presenters: (15-20 minutes each)
Thomas Straubhaar, HWWA, Hamburg,
Philip Martin, UCD
Discussants: Gunther Dietz, CCIS, William Chandler, UCSD

12:45PM Lunch
2PM Session III: Recent Developments in Immigration in Asia
Chair: Wayne Cornelius, UCSD
Takeyuki Tsuda, CCIS-UCSD
Kamal Sadiq, CCIS-UCSD
Discussant: Amy Gurowitz, UCB

3:45 PM Break
4PM Session IV: UC Faculty and Student Presentations
Chair: Philip Martin, UCD
Housing for Foreigners in Germany, Anita I. Drever and William A. V. Clark, UCLA
Does Migration Improve the Income of Foreigners in Germany? William A.V. Clark and Jamie Goodwin-White, UCLA

5:15PM Adjourn