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IMI's Thomas Lacroix has published two papers in the institute's working paper series. These papers are the first two in a series of three which are based on the author's post-doctoral research while at Warwick University

IMI Research Officer Thomas Lacroix has published two papers based on his post-doctoral research while at Warwick University.

The two papers are:

WP-10-28: Hometown Organisations and Development Practices

WP-10-27: Bonding Collective? The Moral Infrastructures of Transnational Hometown Networks

A third paper to complete this mini-series will appear in 2011.

Visit our Working Papers page for more information about the series.

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