University of Luxembourg
Michel Beine has beenFull Professor in International Economics at the University of Luxembourg since September 2005.He graduated in Economics at the University of Namur, Belgium (1991) and got a PhD in Economics at the Université Libre de Bruxelles (1997After his thesis, he lectured at the University of Lille II (France) until his arrival at the University of Luxembourg. Since 2000, he has also taught at the Université Libre de Bruxelles.
His research interests are about international economics, especially the economics international migration. The topics in that area include : Brain Drain-Brain Gain, Network effects in international migration, the economics of Student Migration, Climate Change and Migration, Measurement and impact of immigration policies.
He is currently teaching international economics, econometrics and the economic analysis of international migration. He is currently the head of the economic department of the University of Luxembourg.
Michel Beine made scientific visits to several places, including the University of Ottawa (Canada), the University of Munich(Germany), University of Paris X, the World bank or the European Commission.