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Trade and Migration

The global movement of people and goods is increasingly important, particularly in low- and middle-income countries. The King Center supports research on the changing social, economic, and political conditions that lead to and result from increases in trade and migration.

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Professor of Economics
Donald L. Lucas Endowed Professor in Economics
Professor of Political Science
Theodore and Frances Geballe Professor | School of Humanities and Science
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Associate Professor of Political Economy
Landau Professor in Economics Policy
Postdoctoral Fellow | 2018 - 2019
Richard E. Behrman Professor of Child Health and Society
Assistant Professor of Finance

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Alrababa’h, A., Masterson, D., Casalis, M., Hangartner, D., & Weinstein, J. (2020). The Dynamics of Refugee Return: Syrian Refugees and Their Migration Intentions.
Chen, D., & Duffie, D. (2020). Market Fragmentation.