Sorana TOMA

Grade : Enseignant-chercheur


Bureau:
L12
Timbre:
J350
Lieu:
(MK3)
Labo:
LSQ

Téléphone : 0175603527

Mail : sorana.toma[arrowbase]ensae.fr

ResearchEducationJobsBooksJournal articlesTeachingWork in progressOther

Research Interests

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International migration, Social networks and social capital, Gender, Political transnationalism, Segregation


Biography

Education

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ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS 

2008 – 2012     DPhil in SociologyUniversity of Oxford, Nuffield College

2007 – 2008     Master of Science in SociologyUniv. of Oxford, Nuffield College, Distinction


Jobs

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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (MOST RECENT)

Since 2014      Assistant Professorin Sociology, Center for Quantitative Sociology, ENSAE, Paris

                        Associate Member, International Migration Institute, University of Oxford

2012-2014       Research Officer, International Migration Institute, University of Oxford

                         Non-Stipendiary Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Nuffield College

 

 



Publications

Books

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Book chapters

Toma, S.2014. “Auspices of migration and labour market participation. The case of Senegalese women moving to Europe” in Di Giovanni, Elisabetta (Ed.) Facets of women’s migration. Cambridge Scholars Publisher

 


Journal articles

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Articles in peer-reviewed journals

Toma, S. 2015. "The role of migrant networks in the labour market outcomes of Senegalese men: how destination contexts matter", Ethnic and Racial Studies, online first http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/01419870.2015.1078480

Toma, S. & Castagnone, E. 2015. “Le rôle des réseaux migrants dans la mobilité intra-européene des Sénégalais”, Population, 70 (1): 65-94

Vause, S., & Toma, S. 2015 “Is feminization really on the rise? The case of international migrationflows from DR Congo and Senegal”, Population, 70 (1): 39-62

Toma, S. 2015 "The school-to-work transitions of second-generation youth in France", International Journal of Migration and Border Studies, 1 (4): 372-397

Toma, S. & Vause, S., 2014. “Gender differences in the role of migrant networks. Comparing Congolese and Senegalese flows to Europe”, International Migration Review, 48(4): 972-997

Toma, S. 2014. “L’influence mitigée des migrations masculines sur les activités économiques des femmes ‘qui restent’. Etude de cas dans la Moyenne Vallée du Fleuve Sénégal » Cahiers Québécois de Démographie, 43 (2) : 345-374

Toma, S. & Vause, S., 2013. “On their own? A study of independent versus partner-related migration from DR Congo and Senegal”, Journal of Intercultural Studies, 34 (5): 533-552

Working papers

Toma, S., Villares-Varela, M, Czaika, M. 2015 “Internationalisation and diversification of Indian academic careers”, IMI Working Paper Series WP-121, International Migration Institute, University of Oxford

Czaika, M. & Toma, S.  2015 “Path-dependency in International Academic Careers. The case of Indian academics”. IMI Working Paper Series WP-108-15, International Migration Institute, University of Oxford

Toma, S.  2013. “Economic returns to migrant social capital. Senegalese migrants in France, Italy and Spain”. Actes de la Journée Doctorale, Documents de travail, INED

Toma, S. & Vause, S., 2011. “The role of kin and friends in male and female international mobility from Senegal and DR Congo”.MAFE Working Paper Series, n.13. Comptes rendus de lecture

Reviews

Toma, S. 2011. Review of “The political uses of expert knowledge”, by Christina Boswell. In Population, 66 (1):  252-255



Teaching

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ENSAE  

2015-2016

Sociologie des migrations internationales

Sociologie de l'intégration et des inégalités ethniques 


Work in progress

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Toma, S. & Villares-Varela, M. “The role of migration and higher education policies in international academic mobility from India”

Liu, M-M., & Toma, S. “Social position and access, mobilization and returns of social capital. International migration to Europe from Ghana, DR Congo and Senegal”

Mezger, C. & Toma, S. “The impact of migration on the economic activities of women left-behind. Comparing three African countries”

Gubert, F., Navarra, C., & Toma, S. “The economic returns to bonding and bridging social capital. Senegalese migrants in Europe and Africa” 


Other

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Professional membership 

Associate Editor for Oxford Development Studies

Anonymous Referee for Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Journal of Development Studies, International Journal of Comparative Sociology

Member of: Population Association of America, International Union for the Scientific Study of Population


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