Migration

The number of people fleeing poverty, persecution, war, famine or natural desasters – or simply looking for better living conditions has increased precipitously in recent years, and is likely to increase further. So far, the global community is lacking a concerted strategy to deal with this trend. These summaries present the latest research on mass migration as well as policy recommendations.

Summaries

The 21st Century Gold Rush
How the Refugee Crisis Is Changing the World Economy.

Malia Politzer and Emily Kassie

Huffington Post Highline, 2016

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Rethinking Refugee Policy in a Changing World

Paul Collier and Alexander Betts

Oxford UP, 2017

8

Economist Films

Economist Films, 2018

8
Europe’s Libya Problem
How to Stem the Flow of Migrants

Sabina Henneberg and Mieczyslaw P. Boduszynski

Foreign Affairs, 2017

8
Imagining Refugia
Could a New Transnational Polity Help Solve the Refugee Crisis?

Nicholas Van Hear

Foreign Affairs, 2017

8
Europe’s migration impasse

Expert

GIS, 2017

7

David Milliband

TED, 2017

8
It’s Time to Restate the Business Case for Migration

Khalid Koser

World Economic Forum, 2017

8

Christine Lagarde

World Economic Forum, 2016

9