The purpose of the series is to bring to the attention of interested audiences recent studies and commentaries on relevant issues pertaining to the study of global migration and development. Papers included in the series have not yet been published and, hence, provide a more flexible and means to circulate among researchers and the general public recent empirical findings and theoretical developments.
Authors of papers in the series are members of the Princeton faculty and graduate students affiliated with the Center for Migration and Development or recent academic visitors who have delivered presentations at CMD’s weekly lecture series.
While the papers included in the series have been vetted by CMD’s senior staff, neither the Center nor its leadership assume any responsibility for their contents. Responsibility rests exclusively with the authors.