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September 13, 2021
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Jan Stuhler, from Universidad Carlos III of Madrid, visited the Navarra Center for International Development to give a seminar about "Educational Mobility Across Multiple Generations in Indonesia". He explained that recent multigenerational studies suggest that conventional intergenerational correlations understate the extent to which educational inequalities persist across generations. 

For the time being, the study of Prof. Stuhler has only been made in ...

August 17, 2021
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Remittances from abroad account for an average of 10% of GDP in the Central American region, an important source of income despite varying drastically between countries –– in El Salvador it represented 20.9% of GDP while in Costa Rica it was 0.84% in 2019––. The economic importance of remittances means that unforeseen external phenomena such as the coronavirus pandemic put the expected income of the Central American nations at risk. A reliable model is necessary to be able to project the flow of remittances and reduce uncertainty for the monetary authorities and national budgets of ...

July 27, 2021
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The NCID Resident Fellow Tijan Bah organized a day's workshop in The Gambia to talk to stakeholders about his project on the intentions of Gambian youth to irregulary migrate to Europe. The research project intends to give information to youngsters on the risk of travelling and offer vocational training programmes to the youth.

The researcher has also analized how the coronavirus pandemic has affected the intentions to migrate: "We have found that migration intention to both Europe and especially to Senegal decreased. Those who were unsure pre covid-19 and poor indi...

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