Liliana Harding's research while affiliated with University of East Anglia and other places

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While a neoliberal framework presents the effects of factor mobility as an outcome of individuals choosing between locations to improve earnings, people mobility remains highly restrictive. While international migration has the potential to enhance the prospects of poor people around the world, it is treated as a threat to general standards of livi...
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Economic growth can occur within a monolithic, grey urban environment, allowing for decaying facades and deteriorating public spaces. Where artists provide a colorful facelift to urban infrastructure, cities learn to channel the creative capacity of street art. The public good aspect thereby becomes significant in street art’s dimension of wide acc...
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The purpose of this paper is to build and analyse a model of unemployment, where jobs search is open to both natives and migrant workers. Markets and government intervention respond jointly to unemployment when creating new jobs. Full employment of resources is the focal point of policy action, stimulating vacancy creation. We acknowledge that poli...

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... Although policymakers are increasingly moving to protect domestic labor markets -and with a long recovery in unemployment expected, the situation for migrants is unlikely to improve in the near term. (Harding & Neamţu, 2018) (Paas et al., 2005) 3. 2 The impact of unemployment on the social life of immigrants and policy scenarios for integration High unemployment rates and their potential to cause social unrest is a concern because the repatriation of rural migrant workers is one of the most severe employment challenges associated with the economic downturn, along with the prospects for unemployed university graduates. When designing government policies, the following must be taken into consideration to reduce social, behavioral and economic burdens: 1. Promote rural employment (by encouraging short-term and long-term training), financial support (through training and education vouchers for workers to return to school), and videoconferencing training in occupations less affected by the recession; 2. Promote vocational training and education for migrant workers. ...