* 9 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (9) Topics Development Cooperation (9) Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (8) Migration (6) European Union (5) Africa (4) Foreign Aid (2) Attitudes toward Migration (1) Common European Asylum System (1) Europe (1) Integration (1) Labor Market (1) Refugee Protection (1) Show more Publication Type Journal Article (2) Policy Brief (2) Policy Study (2) Working Paper (2) Assessment Report (1) Research Countries of Origin and First Asylum (9) European Asylum System (3) Immigrant Integration (1) Experts Mauro Lanati (5) Rainer Thiele (4) Claas Schneiderheinze (1) Filippo Santi (1) Heliodoro Temprano Arroyo (1) Marco Sanfilippo (1) Matthias Lücke (1) Mattia Di Salvo (1) Mikkel Barslund (1) Nadzeya Laurentsyeva (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Development Cooperation Remove all filters Policy Study An EU-Africa Partnership Scheme for Human Capital Formation and Skill Mobility 01.06.2019 Proper management of migration across the Mediterranean Sea requires close cooperation between the EU and African countries. Policy Study Using EU Aid to Address the Root Causes of Migration and Refugee Flows 01.02.2019 The book looks at the potential use of the EU's external financial instruments to address the root causes of migration and refugee inflows. Journal Article The Impact of Foreign Aid on Migration Revisited 01.11.2018 While policymakers hope to stem migration flows by giving foreign aid, existing empirical evidence points in the opposite direction: by loosening budget constraints, aid tends to encourage people to emigrate. Assessment Report Sharing responsibility for refugees and expanding legal immigration 30.05.2017 How can the responsibility for refugees be distributed more fairly—globally and within the EU? And how can we curb irregular migration while expanding legal immigration to the benefit of all concerned? Journal Article Foreign Assistance and Migration Choices: Disentangling the Channels 01.11.2018 At least since the large refugee movements to the EU in 2015, many policymakers see foreign aid as a means to stem migrant inflows. Working Paper Aid for health, economic growth, and the emigration of medical workers 22.12.2020 Abstract Debates on the extent to which developing countries suffer from a brain drain often focus on the emigration of locally scarce health personnel. Policy Brief Foreign Aid Can Dampen Migration If It Improves Public Services 28.12.2018 Many development researchers think that foreign aid most likely leads to more emigration because, with higher incomes, more individuals can afford to migrate. Policy Brief More financial burden-sharing for developing countries that host refugees 14.09.2017 The authors call on G20 leaders to extend more predictable and substantial support to lowand- middle-income countries that host refugees, in recognition of the global public good that these countries provide. Working Paper Aid and Internal Migration in Malawi 10.02.2021 This paper uses geographically disaggregated data to investigate the role of foreign aid as a pull factor for internal migration in Malawi over the period 1998-2008.