Development, management and conflict
People have always migrated in the pursuit of a better life. Globalization makes it easier to relocate faster and cheaper. At the same time technology enables migrants to keep in contact with their country of origin. Migrants are increasingly living transnational lives, where they economically, politically, and culturally are bound to at least two nations. Through a transnational perspective we investigate how migration affects development and conflict in the country of origin.
The research in the migration unit is within the following themes:
Ninna Nyberg Sørensen, Head of the Research Unit