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Listen to this podcast from the 4 May seminar

This seminar 'Emigration and the distribution of income per natural: Evidence from Egypt' was presented by Joachim Jarreau and investigates, drawing on the Egyptian case, whether the benefits of migration actually reach the poorest households.

Duration: 40:20

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