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“Economic Consequences of Regroupment Camps”

by Isabel Ruiz, Melissa Siegel, Carlos Vargas-Silva | Friday, 30 September, 2016


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“Return Migration, Land Ownership and Food Security”

by Sonja Fransen, Carlos Vargas-Silva | Friday, 30 September, 2016


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Call for Applications: IZA/DFID Short Course on Programme Evaluation, Lusaka, Zambia

by Maryam Naghsh Nejad | Tuesday, 24 May, 2016


The IZA/DFID Program on Growth and Labor Markets in Low-Income Countries is sponsoring a conference on
"Labor Markets in Southern Africa: Evidence and Policy Le... Continue Reading

Household Shocks and Education Investment in Madagascar

by Peter Glick, David Sahn, Thomas Walker | Friday, 13 May, 2016

This paper investigates the impact of exogenous shocks to household income, assets and labour supply on children’s school attendance in Madagascar. The analysis uses a unique data set with 10 years of recall data... Continue Reading

Determinants of Internal Migration Among Senegalese Youth

by David Sahn, Catalina Herrera | Monday, 2 May, 2016

We analyse the socio-economic determinants of young people’s decisions to internally migrate in Senegal. Far from a rural-to-urban story, youth undertake mostly rural-to-rural and urban-to-urban migrations. In our ... Continue Reading


IZA and the UK Government Department for International Development (DFID) are proud to present their joint IZA/DFID Growth and Labour Markets in Low Income Countries Programme (GLM | LIC), which will improve worldwide knowledge on labor market issues in low-income countries (LICs) and provide a solid basis for capacity building and development of future labor market policies. 30 grants have been awarded for research activities of institutions around the globe, with a substantial proportion of funds routed to research activities in institutions in LICs.