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Development Aid & Migration: Unexplored Dimensions and Latest Research Findings

Dates:
  • Wed 21 Oct 2020 15.00 - 16.30
  Add to Calendar 2020-10-21 15:00 2020-10-21 16:30 Europe/Paris Development Aid & Migration: Unexplored Dimensions and Latest Research Findings

This webinar brings together international scholars who have contributed to the academic debate about the foreign aid-migration link, with a view to comparing and assessing the latest research findings. In particular, two new important dimensions of the aid-migration debate will be addressed: (a) the effect of foreign aid on illegal crossings and (b) role of aid projects as a driver of internal migration in developing countries.

Speakers:

  • Paul Clist, Lecturer in Development Economics, School of International Development, UEA
  • Sarah Langlotz, Assistant Professor, Chair of Development Economics, University of Goettingen, tbc
  • Mauro Lanati, Research Fellow, MPC, RSCAS, EUI

Chair: Professor Martin Ruhs, MPC, RSCAS, EUI

Link to the webinar will be sent following registration

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  Outside EUI premises -

This webinar brings together international scholars who have contributed to the academic debate about the foreign aid-migration link, with a view to comparing and assessing the latest research findings. In particular, two new important dimensions of the aid-migration debate will be addressed: (a) the effect of foreign aid on illegal crossings and (b) role of aid projects as a driver of internal migration in developing countries.

Speakers:

  • Paul Clist, Lecturer in Development Economics, School of International Development, UEA
  • Sarah Langlotz, Assistant Professor, Chair of Development Economics, University of Goettingen, tbc
  • Mauro Lanati, Research Fellow, MPC, RSCAS, EUI

Chair: Professor Martin Ruhs, MPC, RSCAS, EUI

Link to the webinar will be sent following registration


Location:
Outside EUI premises -

Affiliation:
Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies

Type:
Webinar

Contact:
Migration Policy Centre - Send a mail

Organiser:
Migration Policy Centre

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