Immigration and Asylum In Britain and Europe

You are invited to the following event:

LSE London is cohosting with LSE British Government discussing immigration and asylum policies in Britain in the context of Britain’s place in Europe. The event will specifically discuss economics, public opinion, communities and poverty.

Date: Tuesday 17th November
Time: 18:30 – 20:00
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building
Speakers: Sara Hobolt (LSE), Deborah Mattinson (Britain Thinks), Eiko Thielemann (LSE)
Chair: Simon Hix (LSE)
Twitter Hashtag: #LSEImmigration

Home advantage: Housing the young employed in London

LSE London conducted a research project for Sutton Trust on the effects of the housing supply shortage and its impact on young workers. One of the findings is that house prices are driving young graduates and workers away from London.

The research was commissioned by Sutton Trust.

The full report can be accessed here.