05 December 2018

Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects - Pt. 2

Let their Knowledge Flow: The Effect of Returning Refugees on Export Performance in the Former Yugoslavia, Working Paper, no. 7371 (CESifo, Nov. 2018) [text]

Manufacturing Illegality: The Impact of Curtailing Asylum Seekers’ Right to Work in South Africa (Scalabrini Institute for Human Mobility in Africa, Nov. 2018) [text]

"Measuring Immigration’s Role in U.S. Rise as Economic Power," Yale News, 1 Nov. 2018 [text]

Mixed Migration, Forced Displacement and Job Outcomes in South Africa, Working Paper, no.  127706 (World Bank, June 2018) [text]

Nordic Journal of Working Life Studies, vol. 8, no. S4 (2018) [open access]
- Special issue on "Refugees and Immigrants Working in the Nordics," with 5 articles.

Opinion: Granting Refugees the Right to Work Can Help Revitalize Economies (Devex, Nov. 2018) [text via CGD]

Paradigm Shift: How Investments Can Unlock the Potential of Refugees (Refugee Investment Network, Oct. 2018) [text]

"Refuge, Reformed," Foreign Policy, 22 Nov. 2018 [text]
- "Kenya has found a way to make refugee camps benefit host communities. Other countries should follow its lead."

Tech Jobs for Refugees: Assessing the Potential of Coding Schools for Refugee Integration in Germany (Migration Policy Institute, Oct. 2018) [text]
- See also related webinar.

"Trump Administration Continues to Ignore History, Science, and Its Own Conclusion That Refugees Actually Improve America’s Finances," Above the Law, 14 Nov. 2018 [text]

Work to Belong: A New Approach is Needed to Resolve the Employment Challenges Faced by Stateless Persons in the EU (ENS Blog, Oct. 2018) [text]

Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects - Pt. 1 (5 Dec. 2018)

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