Tatiana Eremenko

Post-Doctoral Researcher (Investigadora post-doctoral)
Department of Sociology II
Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED)
Office: 3.21
Phone: (+34) 91 398 70 49
E-mail: tatiana.eremenko@poli.uned.es

Research Specialties: International migration, Child migration, Migration policies, Families and children, Demography
CV (English)
https://scholar.google.es/citations?user=zNHX2_0AAAAJ&hl=en

Tatiana Eremenko is a post-doctoral researcher at the UNED with a fellowship from the Community of Madrid for international researchers. She obtained her PhD degree in Demography in March 2015 at the University of Bordeaux. Her dissertation entitled “The pathways of migrants’ children to France” analysed the role of demographic, socio-economic and legal factors in shaping the migration trajectories and experiences of migrant families in France. She has participated in several national and international research projects, of which “Temporary versus Permanent Migration” (TEMPER), “Families of Migrant Origin. A life Course Perspective” (FaMiLife), “Lowest-Low and Latest-Late Fertility in Spain: Here to Stay?” (LOWFER). She has taught courses related to Demography, Quantitative research methods, Statistics, Computer Processing to undergraduate and postgraduate students in several universities in France and Spain.
Her research focuses on international migration and immigration policies, as well as the outcomes of children and families with a migrant background. It has been published in journals such as “Population, Space and Place”, “Demographic Research”, “Revue des politiques Sociales et familiales”, “Revue Française des Affaires Sociales”. Tatiana is also interested in the production of statistics on international migrants. She has participated in the design of surveys on immigrants and their children in France: Longitudinal survey of the integration of first-time arrivals in France (Elipa), French Longitudinal Study since Childhood (Elfe). She has also organized conference sessions devoted to the analysis of statistics on child and youth migrants (IFMS 2018, IMISCOE 2019).