The Economic Consequences of Forced Displacement

@inproceedings{Fiala2012TheEC,
  title={The Economic Consequences of Forced Displacement},
  author={Nathan Fiala},
  year={2012}
}
Currently, nearly 44 million people around the world are forcibly displaced. This displacement is due to a number of factors, including weather shocks in New Orleans and Indonesia and conflict in Afghanistan and Libya. Researchers have posited that the effect of this movement has led to severe impacts on the populations, but due to estimation and data difficulties, little is known about the causal impact of this movement on livelihoods. This paper presents the first causal evidence of the… CONTINUE READING
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