11 April 2019

Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects - Pt. 1


*Job announcement: Research Assistant, Refugee Economies Programme, Oxford [info]
- Apply by 16 April 2019.

Blog posts & commentary:

America is Not Full. Its Future Rests with Young Immigrants (Brookings' The Avenue Blog, April 2019) [text]

Can Labor Immigration Work for Refugees? (Refugees Deeply, April 2019) [text]

Financing the Frontier: Risk, Reward, and Reality in Africa’s Fragile States (Africa in Focus Blog, March 2019) [text]

Refugee Employment at the Margins (Project Syndicate, April 2019) [text]

USCIS Hits H-1B Cap Within Days, Showing America Needs Foreign Workers (Immigration Impact Blog, April 2019) [text]

Why Including Refugees Makes Economic Sense (UNHCR, April 2019) [text]

Reports & journal articles (Part 1):

Competing Approaches to Selecting Economic Immigrants: Points-Based vs. Demand-Driven Systems (Migration Policy Institute, April 2019) [text]

"Immigrants and the Making of America," The Review of Economic Studies, Advance Articles, 12 March 2019 [abstract]
- See also related Science Alert summary and earlier NBER working paper.

Kampala Declaration on Jobs, Livelihoods and Self-Reliance for Refugees, Returnees and Host Communities in the IGAD Region, Kampala, 28 March 2019 [access]
- Follow link for texts in English and French.

Labour Market Realism and the Global Compacts on Migration and Refugees, EUI Working Paper RSCAS 2019/23 (Migration Policy Centre, March 2019) [text]

Points of No Return: Estimating Governments' Fiscal Resilience to Internal Displacement (Internal Displacement Monitoring Centre, March 2019) [text]
- Part of the thematic series, "The Ripple Effect: Economic Impacts of Internal Displacement."

Seven Steps to SUCCESS: Enabling Refugee Entrepreneurs to Flourish (Center for Policy Development, April 2019) [text]


Related post:
- Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects (28 March 2019)

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