Revue d'Economie du Développement 2017/1 (vol. 25) : Migration and Development

The Revue d'Economie du Développement is an international journal originally published in French. Since its launch in 1993, it has been one of the key francophone journals in economics and the only one specialized in development economics. The Revue d'Economie du Développement is focused on relevant development issues. It includes contributions and perspectives coming from both North and South.

The revue is published by Editions de Boeck Supérieur. It benefits from the support of CNRS, FERDI and AFD.

Patrick Guillaumont, President of FERDI, Professor Emeritus University of Auvergne, CERDI
Grégoire Rota-Graziosi, Professor, CERDI-CNRS, University of Clermont Auvergne, CERDI

Editorial Secretary:

Mariannick Cornec, CERDI-CNRS, University of Clermont Auvergne

ISBN:   9782807390908


Pages 5 to 12


Stephan Klasen


Pages 13 to 30

Migration for Development : From Challenges to Opportunities

Klaus F. Zimmermann


Pages 31 to 61

Migration and Development: The Diaspora Externality

Hillel Rapoport


Pages 63 to 68

Comments on “Migration and Development: The Diaspora Externality”

Anda David


Pages 69 to 73

Comments on “Migration and Development: The Diaspora Externality”

Toman Barsbai


Pages 75 to 95

Migration Policies for Development

Dean Yang


Pages 97 to 103

Comments on “Migration Policies for Development”



Melissa Siegel


Page 105 to 134

Integration of Immigrants in Host Countries. What We Know and What Works

Tommaso Frattini


Pages 135 to 141

Integration of Migrants and Refugees—Some Comments from a German Perspective

Axel Kreienbrink


Revue d'économie du développement 2017/1 (Vol. 25). 144 pages.