Identifying and acknowledging points of convergence and divergence could go a long way in enabling more collaborations between academics and NGOs when it comes to research into migrant worker issues.
Author Archives: Nicholas Harrigan
Dr. Nicholas M. Harrigan is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the School of Social Sciences at Singapore Management University. His research on low-wage migrant workers focuses on the social determinants of health, and the effect of social and economic policies on working conditions. He also researches social networks, with a focus on the statistical modelling of avoidance and conflict. Before joining SMU he was a postdoctoral researcher in Sociology at Nuffield College at the University of Oxford, and completed a PhD in Politics at the Australian National University. From January 2018 he will move to Macquarie University, Sydney as a Senior Lecturer in Sociology. Nick may be contacted at email@example.com. If you are interested in getting involved in migrant worker research don't hesitate to drop him an email.