Asylum provision: A review of economic theories
Anjali Suriyakumaran and
No 692, CEPR Discussion Papers from Centre for Economic Policy Research, Research School of Economics, Australian National University
In recent years, using economic theories, a small number of researchers have examined asylum provision by non-persecutor countries. Unfortunately, the nature of their analyses makes the results inaccessible to many who are interested in understanding the topic from multidisciplinary perspectives but are unfamiliar with mathematical methods in economics. We communicate the findings of those studies in non-mathematical fashion, thereby contributing to a facilitation of interdisciplinary research on asylum policy.
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