How Much Do “Local Policies” Matter for Refugee Integration? An Analytical Model and Evidence from a Highly Decentralized Country


A growing number of studies have recently postulated a so-called local turn in the study of immigrant and refugee integration policy. A fundamental, yet untested, assumption of this body of research is that local (sub-national) policies and administrations shape how migrants and refugees integrate into society.

In International Migration Review
Jasper Dag Tjaden
Jasper Dag Tjaden
Professor for Applied Social Research and Public Policy

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