28 July 2021

Thematic Focus: Work/Economic Aspects

Blog posts & press:

Livelihoods of Somali urban refugees in Eastleigh, Nairobi (RLI Blog, July 2021) [text]

Why do some U.S. mayors want more refugees? (Monkey Cage, July 2021) [text via ImmigrationProf]


Barriers and Opportunities to Refugee Women Engaging in the Digital Economy in Jordan and Lebanon: Final Report (International Finance Corporation, July 2021) [text via ReliefWeb]

Decent Work for Refugees: UNHCR Guidelines on International Legal Standards Relating to Decent Work for Refugees (UNHCR, July 2021) [text]

The Labor Market Integration of Refugees and Other Migrants in Germany, GLO Discussion Paper, no. 884 (Global Labor Organization, July 2021) [text via EconPapers]

Migrants and refugees in Northern Italy: focus on access to work (Mixed Migration Centre, July 2021) [text]

Mobile Money and Financial Inclusion of Refugees in Jordan: Hope or Hype? (Tufts Univ., July 2021) [text]

Refugee Economies Programme: Activities and Impact 2016-2021 (Refugee Studies Centre, June 2021) [text]

Journal articles:

Cadernos EBAPE.BR, vol. 19, no. 2 (April-June 2021) [open access]
- Special issue on "Refugees/Displaced People in the Workplace," with a focus on Brazil. The full-texts of articles are available in both English and Portuguese.

"(Im)mobilities, waiting and professional aspirations: The career lives of highly skilled Syrian refugees in Switzerland," Geoforum, vol. 125 (Oct. 2021) [open access]

"Integrating Bottom-up into Top-down: The Role of Local Actors in Labour Market Integration of Syrian Refugees in Turkey," International Migration, vol. 59, no. 4 (2021) [open access]

"The international governance of refugee work: reflections on the Jordan compact," Global Public Policy and Governance, Latest Articles, 23 July 2021 [SSRN]

International Migration, vol. 59, no. 4 (2021) [contents]
- Includes special section on "Labour market integration of highly skilled refugees in Sweden, Germany and the Netherlands," with seven open access articles. 

"The Political Economy of Nationality-Based Labor Inclusion Strategies: A Case Study of the Jordan Compact," Middle East Critique, vol. 30, no. 2 (2021) [open access]

"Rights-based Governance and Decent Work for Migrants: A Global Perspective," Special collection in Global Public Policy and Governance [contents]

"Who cleans my house if the government pays? Refugees, low-educated workers, and long-term unemployed in tax-subsidized domestic service firms," IZA Journal of Labor Policy, 11:1 (2021) [open access]

Related post:

No comments: