31 May 2018

Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects

Asylum Policies, International Tensions and Trade Flows: Evidence From the EU (Sciences Po, May 2018) [text via SSRN]

Economic Integration of Afghan Refugees in the US, 1980–2015, Working Paper, no. 49 (UNU-WIDER, 2018) [text]

"Entrepreneurial Refugees and the City: Brief Encounters in Beirut," Journal of Refugee Studies, Advance Articles, 1 Feb. 2018 [free full-text]

"EU Handouts Not Always the Answer for Africa's Returning Migrants," Reuters, 29 May 2018 [text]

"German Firms are Hungry for Workers, Refugees are Feeding the Appetite," Handelsblatt Global, 29 May 2018 [text]

Immigrants Create Jobs for American Workers, Boosting the U.S. Employment Rate (Immigration Impact Blog, May 2018) [text]

"Labour Market Advice and Job Placement of Refugees: Labour Market Integration is Still a Long Way Off," IAB-Forum, 10 April 2018 [text]
- Focus is on Germany.

Migration is What You Make It: Seven Policy Decisions That Turned Challenges into Opportunities (Center for Global Development, May 2018) [text]

Refugees as Employees: Good Retention, Strong Recruitment (TENT & Fiscal Policy Institute, May 2018) [text]
- Focus is on the U.S. See also related Quartz article.

Syrian Labour in the Turkish Economy, Oxford, 16 May 2018 [info]
- Follow link for podcast.

"Therapy for Torture Victims Has Surprising Economic Benefit, Study Says," NPR, 22 May 2018 [text]

Urban Refugee Economies: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (IIED, March 2018) [text via ReliefWeb]]

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