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Caroline Krafft is an Assistant Professor of Economics at St. Catherine University. Her research examines issues in development economics, primarily labor, education, health, and inequality in the Middle East and North Africa. Current projects include work on refugees, labor market dynamics, life course transitions, human capital accumulation, and fertility. Ragui Assaad is a Professor at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota. He has been a Research Fellow of the Economic Research Forum since 1994 and serves as its thematic leader for Labor and Human Development, and as a member of its Board of Trustees. He holds a Ph.D. in City and Regional Planning from Cornell University. His current research focuses on labor markets in the Arab World, with a focus on youth and gender issues, as they relate to education, transition from school-to-work, employment and unemployment, informality, migration and forced migration, and family formation.
1: Ragui Assaad, Caroline Krafft, and Caitlyn Keo: The Composition of Labor Supply and its Evolution from 2010 to 2016 in Jordan 2: Ragui Assaad and Colette Salemi: The Structure of Employment and Job Creation in Jordan: 2010-2016 3: Rami Galal: The Evolution of Wage Formation and Inequality in Jordan in 2010-2016 4: Reham Rizk and Colette Salemi: Own Account Workers in Jordan: Profile and Work Characteristics 5: Bilal Malaeb and Jackline Wahba: Migration Dynamics During the Refugee Influx in Jordan 6: Caroline Krafft, Maia Sieverding, Colette Salemi, and Caitlyn Keo: Syrian Refugees in Jordan: Demographics, Livelihoods, Education, and Health 7: Caroline Krafft, Susan Razzaz, Caitlyn Keo and Ragui Assaad: The Number and Characteristics of Syrians in Jordan: A Multi-Source Analysis 8: Mahmoud Ali Hailat: Education of Jordanians: Outcomes in a Challenging Environment 9: Mona Amer: School-to-Work Transition in Jordan, 2010-2016 10: Maia Sieverding, Nasma Berri, and Sawsan Abdulrahim: Marriage and Fertility Patterns among Jordanians and Syrian Refugees in Jordan 11: Ahmed Elsayed: Housing and Living Conditions in Jordan - 2010-2016 12: Ibrahim Alhawarin and Irene Selwaness: The Challenges of Social Security Coverage and Early Retirement in Jordan: What happened after the 2010 Pension Reform?