, 14 December 2016

Migration is a mechanism through which crises can be spread out globally. In this video, Andrés Solimano discusses the impact of mass forced migration for recipient countries. This video was recorded at the UNU-WIDER Development Conference in September 2016.

Thomas Bauer, Sebastian Braun, Michael Kvasnicka, 24 February 2014

The economic literature has paid scarce attention to the tens of millions of people who are displaced by conflict or forcibly relocated. This column analyses outcomes for 12 million Germans relocated from central and eastern Europe following the second world war. Labour-market outcomes were generally negative, but positive for women relocated from rural areas. Interestingly, children of migrants made greater educational investments than their native counterparts.


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