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European Migration: What Do We Know?
     

European Migration: What Do We Know?

by Klaus F. Zimmermann
 

ISBN-10: 0199257353

ISBN-13: 9780199257355

Pub. Date: 03/28/2005

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

This is a definitive assessment of the current situation regarding migration in a comprehensive range of European countries with chapters on the USA, Canada, and New Zealand for purposes of comparison. Each country study is written by a local expert and the book as a whole is edited by one of Europe's leading scholars in the economics of migration.

Overview

This is a definitive assessment of the current situation regarding migration in a comprehensive range of European countries with chapters on the USA, Canada, and New Zealand for purposes of comparison. Each country study is written by a local expert and the book as a whole is edited by one of Europe's leading scholars in the economics of migration.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780199257355
Publisher:
Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date:
03/28/2005
Pages:
350
Product dimensions:
9.30(w) x 6.30(h) x 1.70(d)

Table of Contents

1. The Economics of Migration, K. F. Zimmermann
2. From Boom to Bust: The Economic Integration of Immigrants in Postwar Sweden, T. Bengtsson, C. Lundh and K. Scott
3. Immigration in a High Unemployment Economy: The Recent Danish Experience, P. J. Pedersen
4. Irish Migration: Characteristics, Causes, and Consequences, A. Barrett
5. Migration, Migrants, and Policy in the United Kingdom, T. J. Hatton and S. Wheatley Price
6. The Netherlands: Old Emigrants — Young Immigrant Country, J. C. van Ours and J. Veenman
7. German Migration: Development, Assimilation, and Labour Market Effects, T. Bauer, B. Dietz, K. F. Zimmermann, and E. Zwintz
8. Empirical Findings on the Swiss Migration Experience, T. Straubhaar and S. M. Golder
9. Italian Migration, A. Venturini and D. Del Boca
10. Migrations in Spain: Historical Background and Current Trends, O. Bover and P. Velilla
11. Greek Migration: The Two Faces of Janus, N. Glytsos and L. T. Katseli
12. An Assessment of Possible Migration Pressure Following EU Enlargement to Central and Eastern Europe, T. Bauer and K. F. Zimmermann
13. Aliyah to Israel: Immigration Under Conditions of Adversity, S. Neuman
14. The New Immigrants (USA), B. R. Chiswick and T. A. Sullivan
15. Canadian Immigration Experience: Any Lesson for Europe?, D. De Voretz and S. A. Laryea
16. Europeans in the Antipodes: New Zealand's Mixed Immigration Experience, R. Winkelmann

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