Former scholars

Akira Soto

Former Research Assistant

Prior to joining Bruegel, he completed an internship at Amazon as a HR data analyst. As a student, Akira was a student assistant for Utrecht University and worked on the Children of Immigrants Longitudinal Survey Netherlands project. He also completed an internship at the Institute of Employment Research (IAB) in Nuremberg.

Akira holds a MSc in Sociology and Social Research from Utrecht University and Bachelor’s degrees in Social Sciences from California State University Monterey Bay.

His research interests include diversity and team performance, income inequality, integration of migrants, and food waste.

He is a Spanish and American citizen, speaks English and has a good knowledge of Spanish.

Contact information

akira.soto@bruegel.org

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Considering intra-EU migration and countries’ net inflows

The authors here review the latest EU migration figures. Southern, eastern, and central Europe have broadly experienced net losses in cumulative intra-EU migration, while western and northern Europe have experienced gains. Spain and Italy, however, have still experienced gains in net migration inflows.

By: Jan Mazza and Akira Soto Topic: European Macroeconomics & Governance Date: March 28, 2019