15 May 2018

Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects

Asylum Policies, International Tensions and Trade Flows: Evidence from the EU (GSIE Seminar Blog, April 2018) [text]

Countries Must Compete for Migrant Workers to Boost Their Economies (The Conversation, May 2018) [text]

*Dispersing Refugees Around a Country Puts Them at an Immediate Disadvantage – Why This Matters for Integration (The Conversation, May 2018) [text]

Flexible and Innovative Financing for Refugee Crises and Other 21st Century Challenges (CGD Blog, April 2018) [text]
How Trump and Sessions Cherry-picked Data to Blame Immigrants for Lower Wages (Center for Public Integrity, April 2018) [text]

Immigrants are Founding a Quarter of New Businesses in the United States (Immigration Impact, May 2018) [text]

Journal of Vocational Behavior, vol. 105 (April 2018) [contents]
- Special issue on "Vocational Behavior of Refugees: How Do Refugees Seek Employment, Overcome Work-related Challenges, and Navigate Their Careers?" Includes a freely available article on vocational stress and an open access article on Syrian refugees in Greece and the Netherlands.

Kakuma as a Marketplace: A Consumer and Market Study of a Refugee Camp and Town in Northwest Kenya (International Finance Corporation, April 2018) [text via ReliefWeb]
- See also related UNHCR news story.

"'Let them work!': German Business Advocates for Rejected Asylum Seekers," Reuters, 7 May 2018 [text]

Managed Labor Migration in Afghanistan: Exploring Employment and Growth Opportunities for Afghanistan (World Bank, Feb. 2018) [text]

Refugee Resettlement, Redistribution and Growth, Working Paper, no. 6961 (CESifo, March 2018) [text]

Refugees Can Actually Create Jobs for Locals in Growing Cities – If Given the Chance (The Conversation, May 2018) [text]


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- Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects (26 April 2018)

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