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2006 marks an important point in the evolution of the research and policy agenda on migration and development. While there has been a long-standing belief that migration can have important impacts on economic and social development in sending and receiving countries, the last few years have seen renewed interest in how these impacts can be understood and optimized. As the scale, complexity and often the intensity of international migration have increased, so too has interest in how to ensure that migration does not hurt the poorest countries in the world or, better still, how to ensure that migration actually benefits those countries.

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