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MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D.
(732) 421-2992 hazanmiryam@gmail.com
PROFESSIONAL PROFILE
Knowledgeable Senior Policy Specialist and S...
MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D.
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Inter-American Development Bank 2014 - Current
International Consultant
 Coordinates the resea...
MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D.
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John Godwin Tower Center for Political Studies 2011-Current
Tower Center Senior Fellow
 Leads ...
MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D.
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 Researched and wrote articles, commentaries, and blog posts about international
migration, La...
MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D.
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El Financiero Newspaper, Mexico City, Mexico 1990–1996
Investigative Journalist for Special Res...
MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D.
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Research Assistant
 Conducted empirical research into Latin American organizations and communi...
MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D.
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Research Assistant, Tomas Rivera Policy Institute/Public Policy Clinic, Austin, Texas (1999
– 2...
MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D.
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CONACYT Scholarship. Scholarship provided to pursue Doctor of Philosophy degree (1998
– 2000).
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BOOK CHAPTERS
Hazán, M., Panizzon, M. and Plaza, S. (2015). “Euroafrican and Latin American Bil...
MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D.
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Hazán, M and Ozden Caglar (2011). Minimum wage and immigration to Malaysia: Looking
for the Ri...
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CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS
Hazán M. (2016). Lo que está en juego en la elección Estadounide...
MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D.
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May, 2011), sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and the John G. Tower Center
for P...
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Hazán M. (2009). UN Millennium Project: The Task Force on Improving the Lives of Slum
Dwellers...
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Hazán, M. (2000). The Structure of Mexican Elites: An Enduring Puzzle. International Political...
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Hazán, M. (2012). Too Little too Late: Why Marco Rubio’s Dream Act Won’t Help GOP with Latinos...
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  1. 1. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. (732) 421-2992 hazanmiryam@gmail.com PROFESSIONAL PROFILE Knowledgeable Senior Policy Specialist and Social Science Researcher Analyst with experience in journalism, communications, community research, and advocacy, and expertise in Mexican and Latin American politics and economics, democratization, institutional development, international migration, urban politics, social science methodology, monitoring and evaluation, Mexican and Central American politics and economics.  Draws on background in investigative journalism to identify community groups, interview leaders and public officials, and produce policy in-depth analyses, reports, blogs, editorials and other written materials in both English and Spanish.  Applies exceptional communication skills to design creative communication and marketing strategies, and establish links with community leaders and officials, research centers and organizations, and perform public relations.  Organized, disciplined, and proactive in designing and directing policy relevant research and strategies, that takes into account cultural, socio-economic, religious and other differences among different social groups.  Effective team player with excellent interpersonal and managerial skills, with the capacity to work under pressure, and close deadlines and broad knowledge of Microsoft Office. LANGUAGES Bilingual in Spanish and English, intermediate in French and Hebrew. EDUCATION University of Texas at Austin, Doctor of Philosophy, Government 2006 Malcolm Macdonal Dissertation Fellowship Conacyt Scholarship Specialties: Political economy, public policy, comparative politics, American politics Georgetwon University Master of Arts, Latin American Studies 1998 Georgetown University Scholarship Ford-Hewlett-McArthur Foundation Scholarship Conacyt Scholarship National University of Mexico, Bachelor of Arts, Journalism/Mass Media, 1995 Mexico City, Mexico Thesis: “Surgimiento Auge y Perspectivas de El Financiero” (Beginning, Development, and Perspectives of El Financiero) PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
  2. 2. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 2 Inter-American Development Bank 2014 - Current International Consultant  Coordinates the research and writing of a book on both English and Spanish on migration and development trends in nine countries in the Americas, including, Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, and Dominican Republic.  Provides scientific and methodological support to the team participating in the writing of the book integrated by country economist, and experts from the Bank.  Participates in the writing of at least two book chapters.  Responsible for the designing of research with the support of the team, and interviewing of relevant stakeholders to collect insighton migration and development trends in Mexico, Central America and the Caribbean.  Responsible for the final revision of the book.  Helped in the planning,elaboration, discussion and identification of a regional strategy to address the challenges and opportunities generated by the developmental needs of sending regions in Central America and Mexico, to create an alternative to international migration.  Supported the Bank in the elaboration of an international forum to address emigration from the Northern Triangle, including that of unaccompanied minors. The Forum took place on November 18th, 20014, and was the launching platform of the Alliance for Prosperity.  Lead a research project focused on diagnosing the needs of unaccompanied minors from Mexico and the Northern Triangle (El Salvador, Honduras, and Guatemala) and supporting their social, educational, and economic inclusion in their countries of origin, transit or destination.  Lead research project analyzing Guatemala’s consular service in the U.S. in the Washington D.C. area to improve the services provided to the Guatemalan population. The results were presented to all the Guatemalan consuls in the U.S. leading to important changes in the consular operations and activities.  Wrote Demographic analysis of the Guatemalan population in collaboration with consultant. International Republican Institute January –March 2016 Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor  Evaluated IRI’s Central America violence prevention programs providing lessons and methodology recommendations, including for the Project Management Performance Framework and Logic Model.  Wrote a case study on violence prevention and democratic governance in Spanish to be used as a learning tool by target partners and beneficiaries.  Provided feedback to improve monitoring instruments and protocol to be used by field.
  3. 3. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 3 John Godwin Tower Center for Political Studies 2011-Current Tower Center Senior Fellow  Leads center activities related to Mexico’s political economy, immigration, return migration, migration and development, and U.S-Mexico relations.  Carries out research and academic writing. Mexicans and Americans Thinking Together 2012-2014 Washington and Research Director  Managed the organization’s agenda in Washington DC, including lobbying and networking with different stakeholders, which resulted in getting the interest and support of members of Congress for reintegration initiatives of return migrants in Mexico.  Advised the executive director on projects relates to the reintegration of return migrantsinto Mexico’s labor market and society and immigrant integrationinthe U.S. Advice provided helped in the establishment of an initiative by the Mexican government to reintegrate returning migrants in Mexico known as Somos Mexicanos.  Designed and directed an in-depth survey with 900 return migrants in Mexico in the states of Jalisco, Coahuila, and Hidalgo to identify their emigration, immigration and return experiences and to identify their reintegration prospects in Mexico’s labor market and society.  Coordinated an evaluation of an immigrant integration initiative designed by the organization in collaboration with Notre Dame University, which led to improvements in the program.  Represented the organization as speaker in a variety of conferences and workshops on immigrant integration, and U.S-Mexico Central American relations.  Participated in board meetings, which included important members of the Mexican and American business community, the former Texas Secretary of State and the Archbishop of Los Angeles. DEMOS, Ideas & Action. 2011-2012 Ed Baker Fellow
  4. 4. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 4  Researched and wrote articles, commentaries, and blog posts about international migration, Latinos in the US, American politics, U.S and Mexican elections, and related issues of civic inclusion, politics, and public policy. These included the elaboration of two book chapters, one on Spanish immigration policies for a book published by Stanford University Press, and another on migration and development for a book published by Palgrave.  Represented Demos on weekly meetings of immigration specialists and advocates with top-level White House officials.  Represented Demos in monthly meetings of think tank specialists on international migration.  Participated in public speaking and media opportunities.  Consulted and collaborated with Democracy Program staff on immigrant civic inclusion work.  Other tasks related to immigration as requested by its Democracy program. Migration Policy Institute, Washington DC 2008 – 2011 Policy Analyst  Served as analyst on major projects including the planning and management of MPI’s Binational- Plus Study Group.  Conducted quantitative and qualitative analyses of issues affecting US-Central American migration policies, including development, social policies, education and workforce training, security and immigrant integration. Some of the results include the elaboration of three working papers on issues related to migration and development. University of Pennsylvania, Department of Political Science Program on Constitutionalism, Citizenship and Democracy Philadelphia, PA 2008 – 2010 Visiting Scholar Developed papersonimmigrant rightsmobilizationand organization, aswellas acomparison study of US and Spanish Immigration Policies Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ 2006 – 2008 Visiting Scholar  Researched Mexican organizations locally and throughout United States and identified means of mobilizing community and changing social policies.  Participated in immigration seminars with other scholars.  Wrote book manuscript “Becoming Mexican and American: Mexican Immigrant Politics for the New Century,” under review with Cambridge University Press.
  5. 5. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 5 El Financiero Newspaper, Mexico City, Mexico 1990–1996 Investigative Journalist for Special Research Section 1995–1996 Financial Section Reporter 1993–1995 Political Section Reporter 1990–1993  Conducted investigative research into economic, social, political, and financial issues and wrote feature stories.  Established contactsthroughout community and with numerousfinancial institutions, including Standard & Poor’s and Merrill Lynch PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE (SHORT TERM ASSIGNMENTS) World Bank July 2011 Short Term Consultant  Researched and drafted a report on Minimum Wage and Immigration to Malaysia for the Human Development Sector Department. The report was used as a basis to implement a new minimum wage law in that country. Service Employees International Union 2009-2010 Consultant  Conducted research and produced white paper titled Sustainable Jobs and Emigration from Mexico: The Meaning of Shared Responsibilities in Immigration Reform released in Mexico as El Empleo Sustentable y la Emigración desde México: El Significado de las Responsabilidades Compartidas en la Reforma Migratoria. Advised on how to present the results to the Mexican media and government. UN-Habitat 2008 Collaborator  Supported the creation of the explanatory memorandum of the International Guidelines on Decentralization and the Strengthening of Local Authorities with the group of experts on Decentralization AGRED. MX Magazine 2004 – Present Collaborator  Contributed monthly column chronicling political events and issues for Mexican- Americans in New York and New Jersey area. Tomas Rivera Policy Institute/Public Policy Clinic, Austin, Texas 1999 – 2002
  6. 6. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 6 Research Assistant  Conducted empirical research into Latin American organizations and communities in United States, including identifying groups and their links with other organizations in Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York.  Studied mobilization efforts of Latin American groups; links with local, state, federal, and Mexican governments; and associations with other cultural and social groups. Research conducted resulted in a publication of a report on immigrant integration. Georgetown University, Washington, D.C. 1998 Teaching Assistant, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service  Led graduate course on U.S.-Latin American Relations. Expansion Publishing Group, Mexico City, Mexico 1995–1996 Collaborator, Expansion Magazine 1995–1996 Collaborator, Economic Supplement Tendencias 1995  Contributed columns and articles covering economic, political, and financial stories for magazine, conducting research and establishing contacts throughout field. Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, Mexico City, Mexico 1993–1995 Academic Counselor for the Humanities and the Arts RESEARCH EXPERIENCE Member of the Research Team on Urban and Metropolitan Affairs, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos of Madrid, Institute of Public Law, Madrid (Spain) (2008- Present). Main Tasks: Conducted research on migration and minorities integration in urban and metropolitan areas. Visiting Scholar, University of Pennsylvania, Department of Political Science Program on Constitutionalism, Citizenship and Democracy, Philadelphia, PA (2008 – Present) Main Tasks: Conducted research and developed papers on immigrant rights mobilization and organization, as well as a comparison study of US and Spanish Immigration Policies. Visiting Scholar, Eagleton Institute of Politics, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ (2006 – 2008) Main tasks: Researched Mexican organizations locally and throughout United States and identified means of mobilizing community and changing social policies.
  7. 7. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 7 Research Assistant, Tomas Rivera Policy Institute/Public Policy Clinic, Austin, Texas (1999 – 2002) Main tasks: Conducted empirical research on Latin American organizations and communities in United States, including identifying groups and their links with other organizations in Dallas, Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York. Studied mobilization efforts of Latin American groups; links with local, state, federal, and Mexican governments; and associations with other cultural and social groups TEACHING EXPERIENCE Lecturer, Parkway Northwest High School for Peace and Social Justice, Philadelphia, PA. (2010) Delivered three one hour lectures on Modern Mexico and Mexican Immigrants in the United States at a Spanish Class Lecturer, Columbia University, New York, NY. (2009) Delivered a two hour lecture on immigrant political incorporation at a graduate immigration seminar at Columbia University Lecturer, Department of Political Science, Autonomous University of Madrid, Madrid, Spain (2009) Delivered aneight hour lecture onAmerican urban politicsfor agraduate programonpolitical science and constitutional studies Lecturer, Diversity Scholars Residence Program, Allegheny College, Meadville, PA (2007) Delivered three lectures on immigration and Latino politics in three freshman courses at Allegheny College in Pennsylvania and a two hour lecture on immigration open to the whole university community titled "Becoming Mexican and American: Mexican Immigrant Politics for the New Century" Teaching Assistant, US-Latin American Relations, Edmund A. Walsh School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington, D.C., (1998) Advised students on research projects and evaluated their work. Professor: Arturo Valenzuela AWARDS AND FELLOWSHIPS Social Science Research Council. Selected to participate in the Summer Institute for International Migration at the University of California Los Angeles (2004) Malcolm Macdonald Fellowship, University of Texas Austin. Fellowship provided to work on dissertation project (2001 – 2002)
  8. 8. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 8 CONACYT Scholarship. Scholarship provided to pursue Doctor of Philosophy degree (1998 – 2000). Ford-Hewlett-McArthur Foundation Scholarship. Scholarship provided to pursue Master of Arts degree (1996 – 1998) Georgetown University, Latin American Studies Department. Scholarship provided to cover tuition costs for Masters of Arts degree (1996 – 1998) CONACYT Scholarship. Scholarship provided to pursue Master of Artsdegree (1996 – 1998) RESEARCH FUNDING Swiss National Science Foundation, NCCR (National Center on Competency in Research" Trade Regulation Project: Treaty Based Administration of Labor Migration (CHF 5,000) Title of Project: “Co-development for MigrationinFrance and Spain.” In collaborationwithMarion Panizon (2009-2010) University of Arizona. Participated in the team to perform an initial evaluation of a project to explore the links between fair trade and immigration in North America, financed by a seed grant ($5,000) obtained by Julie Murphy Erfani (Arizona State University). Grant was used to developa detailed designof the project during the team'sworking sessionsin Puerto Peñasco, Mexico (2007) Tomas RiveraPolicy Institute. Grant obtained by the TomasRiveraPolicy Institute to design, conduct fieldwork and wrote the report "Looking Backward Moving Forward: Mexican Organizations in the U.S. as Agents of Incorporation and Dissociation" in collaboration with Rodolfo O. de la Garza (2001). Tomas Rivera Policy Institute. Grant received by the Tomas Rivera Policy Institute and the Public Policy Clinic for the project "Political Aspects of Mexican Migration". Grant used to conduct fieldwork in selected Mexico's immigrant sending communities: Zacatecas, Guanajuato, and Mexico City. Wrote the report and presented the results to the faculty of the Institute of Latin American Studies in collaboration with Rodolfo O. de la Garza (1999). PUBLICATIONS BOOKS Hazán, M. (Coord.) New migration trends in Mexico, Central America ad the Caribbean. Inter- American Development Bank (ongoing, 2017). Hazán, M. Mexican Immigrant Politics in America. Book manuscript.
  9. 9. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 9 BOOK CHAPTERS Hazán, M., Panizzon, M. and Plaza, S. (2015). “Euroafrican and Latin American Bilateral Migration Agreements: The Role of State-Diaspora Partneship”. In The Palgrave Handbook of International Labour Migration (Panizzon, M., Zürcher, G., and Fornalé, E., Editors, Palgrave Macmillan, London). Hazán, M. (2012). “Spain: The Uneasy Transition from Labor Exporter to Importer, and to Importer/Exporter of Labor”. In Controlling Migration: A Global Perspectiva (Hollifield, J, Orrenius, P., and Martin, P., Editors, Stanforfd University Press, Stanford). Hazán, M (2010). Políticas de inmigración y regularización en los Estados Unidos y España : Una Perspectiva Comparada (Immigration and regularization policies in the US and Spain: A Comparative Study. In Enrique Alvarez Conde and Ana María Salazar de la Guerra (ed). Estudios sobre la integración de los inmigrantes (Immigrant integration Studies.. Universidad Rey Juan Carlos and Consejería de Inmigración y Cooperación, Comunidad de Madrid. 107- 136. Hazan, M,. and Rodriguez Alvarez, J.M. (2010). Introductory Study (Estudio introductorio) of the Spanish version of the book Cities in the International Marketplace (H.V. Savitch and Paul Kantor, Princeton University Press, 2003). Published by Editorial Bayer Hnos and Ayuntamiento de Madrid with the titile Las ciudades en el mercado internacional (Barcelona). Hazán, M. (1993). “Crisis y Reforma del PRI” In Sucesión Pactada, Ingeniería Política del Salinismo. Ramos Esquivel, A., ed. Mexico City: Vergara Editorial, 94-121. BOOK REVIEWS Hazán, M. (2007) Review of Nationalism in the New World, by D. H. Doyle and M. A. Pamplona. Journal of American Ethnic History 26(3): 94. REPORTS Hazan, M (2016). Strengthening Local Democratic Governance, Evaluation findings of IRI’s Central American Portfolio. Evaluation Report performed for the International Republican Institute, Washington, D.C. Hazan, M (2015). Diagnóstico y propuestas de acción para atender a los niños, niñas y adolescentes migrantes acompañados y no acompañados que transitan en el corredor de Centro y Norte América; así como a los hijos de migrantes en países de origen, tránsito, y destino. Report prepared for the Inter-American Development Bank, Washington D.C Hazan, M and Jimenez, Luis Arturo (2014). Informe sobre hallazgos y recomendaciones de mejoramiento de trámites y servicios consulares en el Consulado General en la región de Washington, D.C. Report prepared for the Inter-American Development Bank, Washington D.C.
  10. 10. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 10 Hazán, M and Ozden Caglar (2011). Minimum wage and immigration to Malaysia: Looking for the Right Balance for Better Living Standards and Sustainble Growth. Washington DC: World Bank. Report prepared for the Malaysian government Hazán, M (2010). White Paper Empleo Sustentable y Migracion: el Significado de las Responsabilidades Compartides en la Reforma Inmigratoria. SEIU, Mexico City. de la Garza, R. O. and M. Hazán (2003). Looking Backward Moving Forward: Mexican Organizations in the U.S. as Agents of Incorporation and Dissociation. Claremont, California. The Tomás Rivera Policy Institute. de la Garza, R. O. and M. Hazán (1999). The Political Aspects of Mexican Migration. Claremont, California. The Tomás Rivera Policy Institute. ARTICLES Hazán M. (2012).Beyond 3x1: Linking sending and receiving societies in the development process. In International Migration. September 2013. Hazán,M. (2010). Sustainable Jobs and Emigration: Drawing Mexico’s Responsibility in Immigration Reform. In Law and Business Review of the Americas. Volume 16, Fall 2010, Num 4. Hazán M. (2009). Incorporating in their Adopted Cities: Mexican Immigrant Politicsin Chicago, New York, Los Angeles and Dallas. Working Paper, Faculty of Law, Department of Political Science and International Relations, Autonomous University of Madrid Hazán, M. (2009). Immigration reform in the United States and Spain: a comparative approach. Revista General de Derecho Público. No. 5, July 2009. Hazán, M. (2001). “The Structure of Mexican Elites: AnEnduring Puzzle.” International Review of Sociology/Revue Internationale de Sociologie 11(2): 219-231. Hazán, M. (1997). “La iglesia en México después de las reformas de 1993” Entrecaminos, 2 (May) 103-117. TRANSLATIONS Hazán, M. and Rodríguez Álvarez J. M. (2010). Translation of the Spanish version of the book Cities in the InternationalMarketplace (H.V. Savitchand Paul Kantor, PrincetonUniversity Press, 2003). Published by Editorial Bayer Hnos and Ayuntamiento de Madrid with the titile Las ciudades en el mercado internacional (Barcelona). The Spanish version of the book includes an introductory study written by José Manuel Rodríguez and M. Hazán.
  11. 11. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 11 CONFERENCES AND PRESENTATIONS Hazán M. (2016). Lo que está en juego en la elección Estadounidense: La política de la resitencia al Cambio (What is at play in the U.S. election: the politics of change resistance). Presented at the Mexican Congress conference The U.S. Election and the Trump Effect. October 3rd. Hazán M. (2016). Diagnóstico y Propuestas Para la Atención de Menores Migrantes e Hijos de Migrantes Procedentes del triángulo Norte. Presented at the Inter-American Development Bank. May 16. Hazán M. (2015). Hacia una política integralenmateria migratoriaenJalisco. Presented asKey speaker for the launching of the Instituto Jaliscience del Migrante. Octuber 23rd. Hazán M. (2015). Incorporating Immigrants in the U.S: The Challenges Ahead. Presented at the Woodrow Wilson Center conference Latinos in America: From Immigrants to Citizens. October 26. Hazán M. (2014). Invited speaker to participate in the annual meeting of the Guatemalan Consular Service. Tucson, Arizona December 4-7. Hazán M.(2013), Invited speaker to participate in the Bishop’s Regional Consultation, Global Migration in the Year of Faith. United States Catholic Bishop Conference. Alhambra, California. June 3-6, 2013. Hazán M. (2013). Hacia una Política Binacional para la Reintegración de Migrantes.Paper presented at the conference Seminario Internacional sobre Megración de Retorno. Metropolis Internationaland Centro de Investigacione sobre AméricadelNorte (CISAN-UNAM).Mexico City, Mexico. May 6-7, 2013. Hazán M. (2013). Invited speaker to participate in the Financial Education and Economic Inclusion: the Immigrant Experience, delivering a talk titled When you are on your Own: Immigrant Integration and Financial Literacy. Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas. April 22nd, 2013. Hazán, M., Panizzon, M., Laveneux, S., and Plaza, S., (2011), State-Diaspora partnerships and Bilateral Agreements, How can they Help to Manage Migration?. Paper presented at the session 5 (“Alternative frameworks: Promoting Development through Trade and Mobility”) of the "Global Forum on Migration and Development (GFMD) (Bern, Switzerland, 13-15 September 2011) co‐organized by the Swiss Federal Office for Migration and the World Trade Institute of the University of Bern, on the theme of Markets for Migration and Development (M4MD): Trade and Labour Mobility Linkages ‐ Prospects for Development. Hazán, M. (2011), Spain as a Latecomer Immigration Country. Paper presented at the International Conference “Immigration Policy in an Era of Globalization,” (Dallas, TX, 18-20
  12. 12. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 12 May, 2011), sponsored by the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas and the John G. Tower Center for Political Studies at Southern Methodist University. Hazán M. (2011). The 2006 Immigrant Marches: a New Social Movement?. Paper presented at the 41st Annual Conference of the urban Affairs Association (UAA). New Orleans, Louisiana, 16;19 March, 2011. She also moderated the workshop on “Migration Patterns and Governmental Responses”. Participation at the workshop on Migration and U.S. Policies at the Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Washington, DC, September 2-5 2010. Invited Speaker as author for the release of the White Paper Empleo Sustentable y Migracion: el Significadode las Responsabilidades Compartides en la Reforma Inmigratoria. White Paper Released. CISAN/UNAM. Mexico City, Mexico. May 27, 2010. Invited speaker to participate and present a paper titled Home Town Associations Twenty Years After: Accomplishments and Limitations, at the “Forum on Transnational Relations among Immigrants and their Countries of Origin.”Columbia University, School of International and Public Affairs. May 11, 2010. Key note speaker delivering a talk titled Modern Mexico and Mexicans in the United States. Philadelphia Area Spanish Educators Spring Conference. Penn Museum of Archeology and Anthropology. May 1, 2010. Invited speaker to participate in the conference "Challenges and Opportunities in Mexico: Implications for US – Mexican Relations" hosted by the Tower Center and the Owen Foundation. Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX. March 25-26, 2010. Hazan, M. (2010). Expanding the Notionand Possibilitiesof Codevelopment: Linking Sending and Receiving Countries in the Development Process. Paper presented at the International Conference Migration: A World in Motion A Multinational Conference on Migration and Migration Policy. Organized by the Center for International Policy Exchanges of the University of Maryland (School of Public Policy) in Maastricht (The Netherlands). February 18-20, 2010. Hazán, M. (2009). Políticas de inmigración y regularización en los Estados Unidos y España: Una Perspectiva Comparada (Immigration and regularization policies in the US and Spain: A Comparison Study). Invited speaker to the Jornadas Internacionales sobre la Integración de los Inmigrantes. University Rey Juan Carlos, Madrid, Spain. October 14-15, 2009. Hazán M, and Hayduk, Ron (2009). The Democratic Majority and the Immigrant’s Rights Movement: Has the Structure for Political Opportunities Really Changed? Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, Toronto (Canada), September 2-5, 2009. Hazán M. (2009). Beyond 3x1: Linking sending and receiving societies in the development process. Paper selected by the World Bank to be presented at the International Conference on Diaspora and Development (Washington, D.C., July 13-14, 2009)
  13. 13. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 13 Hazán M. (2009). UN Millennium Project: The Task Force on Improving the Lives of Slum Dwellers. Panel moderator. International Conference City Futures ’09. Madrid , Spain, June 4-6 2009. Hazán M. and Hayduk, Ron (2009). From Minority Mayors to a Minority President. Lessons or Immigrant Political Incorporation in the United States. International Conference City Futures ’09. Madrid , Spain, June 4-6 2009. Hazán M. and Hayduk, Ron (2008). The 2006 Immigrant Marches: a New Social Movement?. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the American Political Science Association. Boston, Massachusetts, August 28-31 2008. Hazán M. and Rodríguez Álvarez, José Manuel(2008). Immigration Policies and Amnesties in the United States and Spain. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association. Boston, Massachusetts, August 28-31, 2008. Hazán M, and Hayduk, Ron (2008). Immigrant Rights Activism and Coalition Building: Shaping a New Social Movement? Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, April 24-27, 2008. Hazán, M. (2007). Incorporating in their Adopted Cities: Mexican Immigrant Politics in Chicago, New York, Los Angeles, and Dallas. Paper presented at the Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington. April 25-28, 2007. Hazán, M. (2006). Gaining Power in Their Adopted Cities: The Political Mobilization and Organization of First Generation Mexican Immigrants in Dallas, Chicago, New York and Los Angeles. Paper presented at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Hazán, M. (2004). From “Pochos” to Heroes: the Incorporation of the Mexican Diaspora into their Homeland Polity. Invited Panelist. Summer Institute on International Migration, Social Science Research Council, Los Angeles, California. June 21-26, 2004. de la Garza, R. O. and M. Hazán (2003). Looking Backward Moving Forward: Mexican Organizations in the U.S. as Agents of Incorporation and Dissociation. Inter-American Dialogue, Washington, D.C. April 4, 2003. Hazán, M. (2001). Políticasde IncorporaciónPolítica y Actividadesde Inmigrantes: LosCasos de Colombianos y Mexicanos en Los Estados Unidos (Political Incorporation Policies and Immigrant Activities: The case of Colombians and Mexicans in the US). Foro Internacional sobre CiudadaníaMigrante y Democracia. Universidad de Guanajuato, CICSUG, Guanajuato, Mexico. March 8 and 9, 2001 Hazán, M. and de la Garza, R. O. (2000). PoliticalMigration: Finding New Waysto Understand Mexican Migration to the US. Paper accepted to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association, Washington, D.C.
  14. 14. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 14 Hazán, M. (2000). The Structure of Mexican Elites: An Enduring Puzzle. International Political Science Association XVIII World Congress, Quebec, Canada. Selected as the Session Chair for the "Australia and Mexico" discussion panel during the, ASANA Conference, Austin, Texas (1999) Seminar on “Looking for the change”, organized by the Mexican Institute of Excellence Managers. Mexico City, Mexico. October 20, 1995. Mexican Reality and Mass Media, National University of Mexico, October 1995. Mexico City, Mexico. (Panelist) Program Studies Conference (panelist), National University of Mexico, October 1994. Mexico City, Mexico. Round Table “La sucesión presidencial: política mexicana hacia fin de siglo”. Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. February 12, 1993. Mexico City, Mexico. RECENT MAGAZINE, NEWSPAPER ARTICLES, AND BLOGS Hazán,M. López Portillo Carlos, and Nathaniel Parish Flanery. Dispatches from the Field: return Migration. In Americas Quareterly. Summer 2014, Vol. 8/ no. 3. P 41-47. Hazán, M. (2012). Outrage Over Compassion: What’s Wrong with Obama’s Decision?In The Heralds News. Available at: http://www.heraldnews.com/newsnow/x2102585480/MIRYAM-HAZAN- Outrage-over-compassion-What-s-wrong-with-Obama-s-decision. Hazán, M. (2012). How the White House Learned to Dream. In Policy Shop, Demos. June 20th 2012. Available at: http://www.policyshop.net/home/2012/6/20/how-the-white-house-learned- to-dream.html. Reproduced in Policy Mic. Available at; http://www.policymic.com/articles/9962/immigration-reform-president-obama-undercuts-marco- rubio-with-his-version-of-the-dream-act&op= Hazán, M. (2012). What’s Wrong with the STARS Act. In Policy Shop. June 1st, 2012. Available at: http://www.policyshop.net/home/2012/6/1/whats-wrong-with-the-stars-act.html. Hazán, M. (2012).Immigrant Rights Movement is Outgunned and Isolated. In Policy Shop, Demos. May 3rd, 2012. Hazán, M. (2012). Supreme Court Should Strike Down Arizona SB 1070. In, Policy Mic, April. Available at: http://www.policymic.com/debates/7497/supreme-court-should-strike- down-arizona-sb-1070-provisions.
  15. 15. MIRYAM HAZÁN, PH.D. Page 15 Hazán, M. (2012). Too Little too Late: Why Marco Rubio’s Dream Act Won’t Help GOP with Latinos. In Policy Shop, Demos, April 2, 2012. Available at: http://www.policyshop.net/home/2012/4/2/too-little-too-late-why-marco-rubios-dream- act-wont-help-the.html Hazán, M. (2012). How the GOP lost the Latino vote: a short story. In Policy Shop, Demos, March 21, 2012. Available at: http://www.policyshop.net/home/2012/3/21/how-the-gop- lost-the-latino-vote-a-short-history.html Hazán, M. (2012).Tech Leaders Support DREAM Act for Undocumented Students. In Policy Shop, Demos, March 7, 2012. Available at: http://www.policyshop.net/home/2012/3/7/tech-leaders-support-dream-act- undocumented-students.html. Hazán, M. (2012). What Immigration Crisis? Time Capsule GOP Debate Misses Immigration Trends. In Policy Shop. February 24th, 2012. Available at: http://www.policyshop.net/home/2012/2/24/what-immigration-crisis-time-capsule-gop- debate-misses-recen.html Hazán, M. (2012). What Cecilia Muñoz Could and Could Not Do In Policy Shop, Demos. January 17th, 2012. Available at: http://www.policyshop.net/home/2012/1/17/what-cecilia-muoz- could-and-could-not-do.html. Hazán, M. (2011). Sheriff Joe got Busted. In Policy Shop, Demos, December 23, 2011. Available at: http://www.policyshop.net/home/2011/12/23/sheriff-joe-got-busted.html. Hazán, M. (2011). Immigrant Ties and the path to Citizenship. In Policy Shop. Demos, December 14, 2011. Available at: http://www.policyshop.net/home/2011/12/14/immigrant-ties-and- the-path-to-citizenship.html. Hazán, M. (2011). Republicans and Latino Immigrants: What Happened. In Policy Shop. Demos, November 29,2011. Available at: http://www.policyshop.net/home/2011/11/29/republicans-and-latino-immigrants-what- happened.html. Hazán, M. (2008). Strangersin the Land. The Philadelphia Jewish Voice. February 2008 (Invited Submission) Hazán, M., (2006) De la Pasividad al Activismo Político. Proceso. April 29, 2006 available at: http://www.proceso.com.mx/?p=217244. Hazán, M., S. Martinez, J. Villamil (2006). La Caceria. Proceso. April 29, 2006
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