What Difference Does It Make To Be A Refugee?: Evidence from Field Experiments and Qualitative Inquiry

This study explores the socio-economic consequences of refugee status in Uganda. It does not directly engage with the material disadvantages that come with being a refugee, but instead looks at refugee status as an institution that structures different socio-economic behaviours. The institution is defined by international conventions and domestic laws that are implemented at the local level.

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