05 November 2015

Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects


What Happens to Markets in Crises?, London, 13 November 2015 [info]
- Will also be livestreamed.

Markets in Crises: A Humanitarian or Development Problem?, London, 13 November 2015 [info]
- Takes place immediately following the a/m event.


Competing for Refugees: A Debt-based Solution to a Humanitarian Crisis, Duke Law School Public Law & Legal Theory Series, no. 2015-48 (Duke University, Oct. 2015) [access via ImmigrationProf Blog]

Displacement Economies: Thinking through the Paradoxes of Crisis and Creativity, Oxford, 28 Oct. 2015 [info]
- Follow link for podcast.

*"The Economic Impact of the European Refugee Crisis," The Atlantic, 5 Nov. 2015 [text]

"Help Refugees Help Themselves: Let Displaced Syrians Join the Labor Market," Foreign Affairs (Nov./Dec. 2015) [text]

Igniting the Entrepreneurial Passion of Newly Arrives Refugees in Sydney: Executive Summary (Univ. of Technology Sydney, Aug. 2015) [access via BSL Library]

*Markets in Crises: Mali Case Study, HPG Working Paper (ODI, Nov. 2015) [text]

Markets in Crises: South Sudan Case Study, HPG Working Paper (ODI, Oct. 2015) [text]

The Nexus of Displacement and Urbanisation: Assessing the Asset Vulnerability and Livelihood Strategies of Urban Refugees in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, Paper presented at "Migrants in the City: New Dynamics of Migration in Urban Settings," Sheffield, UK, 12-13 Oct. 2015 [text via Academia.edu]

Refugee Economies: Forced Displacement and Development, Oxford, 21 Oct. 2015 [info]
- Follow link for podcast.

'Refugees are an Economic Benefit, not Burden, to Europe," World Finance, 3 Nov. 2015 [text via RSC]


Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Economic Impact/Supporting Livelihoods (1 Oct. 2015)

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