This project investigates the potential of WhatsApp for follow-up panel surveys in low-income settings to measure migration. In this methodological study, the team compares response rates across various survey modes.
This exploratory project aims to assess the investment gap in funding for language courses. Building on a comprehensive review of available studies on the labour market impacts of language acquisition programmes, the project will estimate the potential reduction in public spending through the increase in investment in language courses.
In collaboration with the International Organization for Migration, this study conducts a Discrete Choice Experiment with migrant that have returned to countries in East Africa. The experiment elicits migrants’ preferences towards re-migrating abroad.
The project in collaboration with the International Organization for Migration, funded by the Government of the Netherlands investigates the role of various drivers of irregular migration, including information on costs, earnings, and risks, among potential migrants in West Africa and Ethiopia. The project involves large scale primary data collection and experimental and quasi-experimental designs.