30 November 2016

Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects

Access to the Labour Market as a 'Pull Factor' for Asylum Seekers: What the Research Shows, Policy Briefing, no. 03/16.2 (Univ. of Warwick, March 2016) [text]
- See also the short version.

Asylum Seekers in Britain: Putting the Economic 'Pull Factor' in Context (LSE British Politics and Policy Blog, Nov. 2016) [text]

Kenya: Rapid Market Assessment & Commodity Value Chain Analysis (Samuel Hall, Nov. 2016) [text via ReliefWeb]

Northern Syria Market Monitoring Exercise: January-August 2016 Overview (REACH, Oct. 2016) [text via ReliefWeb]

Not Just Work: Ending the Exploitation of Refugee and Migrant Workers ( Western Community Legal Centre, Nov. 2016) [texts via APO]
- Note: Report is provided in two parts.

On the Economics and Politics of Refugee Migration, CESifo Working Paper, no. 6111 (Center for Economic Studies & Ifo Institute, Sept. 2016) [text via SSRN]

Restricting the Economic Rights of Asylum Seekers: Cost Implications, Working Paper, no. 11/16.1 (Univ. of Warwick, Nov. 2016) [text]

"Should Asylum Seekers Have Labour Market Access?," The Researcher, vol. 11, no. 2 (Oct. 2016) [full-text via Refworld]

Vienna Fair Rewards Best Ideas for Integrating Refugees (UNHCR, Nov. 2016) [text]

"When Lives are Put on Hold: Lengthy Asylum Processes Decrease Employment among Refugees," Science Advances, vol. 2, no. 8 (Aug. 2016) [free full-text via PubMed]
- See also related article.

Why a Market-Based Approach is Key to Unlocking Refugees’ Potential (Refugees Deeply, Nov. 2016) [text]

Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects (10 Nov. 2016)

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