The course of the economics of migration is intended for students who study migration processes on the masters level. The course emphasizes the complexity of immigration. The course covers the economic theory of immigration and explains why people move across borders. What are the incentives and influences of such movements for the source and destination countries. The course will describe immigration policy on the basis of a history of immigration policy and the economic theory of immigration to explain the determinants and consequences of the policies.

Lecturer: Vano Tsertsvadze

Introductory course to the Contemporary Public Policy. Lecturer Nino Dolidze