The Rohingya crisis is one of the world’s worst ongoing human-rights atrocities, but its causes are contested and its consequences are poorly understood. Dr. López Peña and her co-authors marshal a variety of existing and original data to shed light on its drivers, characteristics, and human cost.
Dr. López Peña is a Postdoctoral Associate at the Program on Refugees, Forced Displacement and Humanitarian Responses (PRFDHR) at the Macmillan Center, and a lecturer at the Department of Economics both at Yale University. Her areas of research are applied microeconomics and development economics.
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