* 6 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (6) Topics Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (6) Migration (6) Development Cooperation (2) European Union (2) Africa (1) Europe (1) Integration (1) Labor Market (1) Publication Type Journal Article (6) Research Countries of Origin and First Asylum (5) Experts Mauro Lanati (4) Rainer Thiele (4) André Gröger (1) Marcus Böhme (1) Martin Ruhs (1) Tobias Heidland (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Emerging Markets & Developing Countries Publication Type: Journal Article Remove all filters Journal Article Can Labor Immigration Work for Refugees? 01.01.2019 Introduction Most high-income countries make a strict distinction in their immigration poli-cies between refugees and those deemed to be labor migrants. Journal Article Searching for a Better Life: Predicting International Migration with Online Search Keywords 01.01.2020 Migration data remains scarce, particularly in the context of developing countries. We demonstrate how geo-referenced online search data can be used to measure migration intentions in origin countries and to predict bilateral migration flows. Journal Article Foreign Assistance and Emigration: Accounting for the Role of Non-Transferred Aid 27.12.2019 Since policymakers increasingly regard foreign aid as a means to manage international flows of migrants, it is important to obtain accurate empirical evidence on the complex link between aid and migration. Journal Article International Student Flows from Developing Countries: Do Donors Have an Impact? 03.08.2020 International student flows from emerging and developing countries have grown tremendously over the last decades. 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. 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.