Lecture 11 - 03:15 Structurally there is a fair amount of...

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Unformatted text preview: 03:15 Structurally there is a fair amount of potential in the UNHC but the people who really need them cant even access these safety net resources What do we observe in empirical data? Low income states in the world disproportionately house refugees, not high income Refugees as displaced for a very short period of time Where would you classify forced migration? Theories of Migration Macro level- wage population movement responds to wage differentials (population) Who gets selected- workers who benefits from wage differential Micro level- individual cost/benefit calculations (individual) Costs/benefits include- time, everything foregone Who gets selected- for who costs are low or benefits high- costs low for people without family, people not forgoing much- when wage gap will be much larger, difference in wages will be benefits- ties to the receiving country, YOUNG PEOPLE, risk parameter...
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This note was uploaded on 02/18/2012 for the course SOC 170 taught by Professor Nobles during the Fall '11 term at University of Wisconsin.

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Lecture 11 - 03:15 Structurally there is a fair amount of...

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