Our Work: 2016-2021
Between 2016-2021, the Refugee Economies Programme undertook research on the economic lives of refugees and their impact on host communities. The aim was to make an evidence-based contribution to the ways in which governments, international organisations, NGOs, and businesses support the socio-economic inclusion of refugees.
Our work had three complementary pillars: Economic outcomes, Innovative practices, and Political economy. These pillars collectively represent the questions that need to be answered to effect policy change.
What explains variation in economic outcomes for refugees and their impact on host states?