Leaving, Staying or Coming Back? Migration Decisions During the Northern Mali Conflict
Johannes G. Hoogeveen,
Mariacristina Rossi () and
Dario Sansone ()
Journal of Development Studies, 2019, vol. 55, issue 10, 2089-2105
This paper uses a unique dataset to analyse the migration dynamics of refugees, returnees and, internally displaced people from the Northern Mali conflict. Individuals were interviewed monthly using mobile phones. Our results cast light on the characteristics of these three groups before and after displacement. In addition, we test how employment and security were related to migration status, as well as the willingness to go back home. Individuals who were employed while displaced were less willing to go back to the North, while those who owned a gun were more likely to plan to go back. Additional indicators of personal safety played a lesser role.
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