The project 'Comparative Studies on the New Migrants from BRIC countries in America, Australia, Japan and the UK' (hereafter called 'The BRIC migrant project'), is funded by the Grant-in-aid scientific research, Japan Society for the Promotion of Science. This project lasts for four years from 2009 to 2012. The Principle Investigator of the project is Professor Lixing Chen, Department of Sociology, Kwansei Gakuin University, Japan. Dr Xiangqun Chang, Coordinator of China in Comparative Perspective Network (CCPN), London School of Economics and Political Science, is one of the co-Principle Investigators, who is responsible to coordinate with the Research Partners.
On 17-18 August 2009 a preparatory meeting on the BRIC migrant project was held in Shenyang, China. The PI of the project, Professor Lixing Chen was doing a survey in China, whereas Dr Xiangqun Chang, was conducting fieldwork in Shenyang, where she met Professor Lixing Chen and Professor Wei Wang, Faculty of Economics, Kagawa University, Japan.
During the meeting a number of issues on running the project were discussed. It has been agreed that:
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'在美国，澳大利亚，日本和英国的金砖国家新移民的比较研究'项目 (以下称'金砖国家移民项目')是由Grant-in-aid 科学研究及日本科学振兴会所资助。这个项目从 2009 至 2013年历时4年。这个项目的主要调查员是日本关西学院大学社会学系陈立行教授。伦敦经济学院中国比较研究网络 (CCPN) 常向群博士是其中一个共同调查员，负责协调研究伙伴。
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