Cécile Thoreau is a policy analyst in the OECD International Migration Division of the Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs. She joined the OECD as a statistician in 1996 and contributed to build first OECD databases on migration. She was seconded to Statistics New Zealand in 2008-2009 to work on the Longitudinal Immigration Survey (LisNZ). She co-authors and coordinates major OECD publications on migration, notably International Migration Outlook and Settling In – OECD Indicators of Immigrant Integration. She also contributes to national studies on the labour market integration of immigrants and their children and on the recruitment of immigrant workers. She holds a Master degree from ENSAI (National School on Statistics and Information Analysis, France) and a postgraduate diploma (DEA) in Labour Economy and Social Policies from the University Paris-X Nanterre.