New DIE-GDI Discussion Paper: State Fragility and Forced Displacement

To wrap up the year we published a Discussion Paper on state fragility and forced displacement – this will be revised further in January for publication in a peer-reviewed journal, so comments and critiques are welcome!

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Development and Migration in Washington Post’s Monkey Cage section

Today my colleagues Benjamin Schraven and Steffen Angenendt, and I published an article about why wealthy nations should still be committed to providing development aid to countries with high emigration rates. It’s an important topic, especially since well designed development and migration policies can have positive outcomes for both sending and receiving countries. Enjoy reading!

Some Observations on Development and Migration

This week I was the featured writer for the Deutsches Institut für Entwicklungspolitik/German Development Institute’s Current Column. I shared my thoughts and observations on how development and technical cooperation can support livelihoods in countries where people may otherwise migrate, often taking on extraordinary risks, to seek work and economic opportunities. Es gibt eine Deutsche Version hier.

Enjoy, and thanks to DIE-GDI for posting it!