Amelie Constant

Visiting Research Scholar

Ph.D. Economics
Vanderbilt University, 1998


Professor Amelie F. Constant is a Visiting Research Scholar at Princeton School of Public and International Affairs and the Office of Population Research. She was the President of the Society of Government Economists (2014-2017) and serves on the board of directors of the U.S.- nonprofits AIRLEAP and SGE. She is also on the Editorial Board of Applied Economics Quarterly, an affiliated scholar at UNU-MERIT, an academic member of ATINER, and a member of the European Academy of Sciences (2013-) for her outstanding achievements as a researcher. Previously, she was the Director of Migration at the Institute for the Study of Labor (2011-2016), and the Founding Editor of the IZA Journal of Migration (2011-2016). Before that, she was the Founding Director of DIWDC (2006-2013), a U.S. independent, nonprofit, economics think tank. From 2004 to 2011, she was the deputy director of Migration, the most successful research area of the Institute for the Study of Labor, which she co-founded.