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Immigration Policy and the Welfare System - A Report for the Fondazione Rodolfo Debenedetti

Опубликовано на портале: 29-08-2003
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002
Тематический раздел:
Immigration is right at the top of the political agenda right now (cf. France, Germany, and Australia). This book draws together and unifies analysis of immigration into the major EU countries and the US, presenting in an accessible and clear way the major trends and dramatic developments of the past decade. While the influence of the welfare state on immigration incentives is a key issue, various other influences on both legal and illegal migration are analysed, together with the implications of migration for the market outcomes on these two continents. Readership: Academics and graduate students of economics, sociology, and political science; Policymakers.

Part I: Managing Migration in the European Welfare State.
Herbert Brьcker, Gil S. Epstein, Barry McCormick, Gilles Saint-Paul, Alessandra Venturini, and Klaus Zimmermann:

1. Immigration and the EU
2. European Immigration Policy and the Selection of Immigrants
3. Welfare State Provision
4. Immigration and the Extension of Free Movement to Eastern Europe
5. European Attitudes Towards Immigrants
6. Contracted Temporary Migration
7. Managing European Migration
Michael Burda and Riccardo Faini: Comments

Part II: Immigration and the US Economy: Labour-Market Impacts, Illegal Entry, and Policy Choices.
Gordon Hanson, Kenneth Scheve, Matthew Slaughter, and Antonio Spilimbergo:

8. Introduction
9. Immigration and Immigration Policy in the United States
10. How Do Economies Adjust to Immigration Inflows?
11. Illegal Immigration
12. Fiscal Impacts of Immigration
13. The Political Economy of Immigration Policy
14. Conclusion

Giuseppe Bertola and George Borjas: Comments

Olivier Blanchard, Dani Rodrik, and Giovanni Sartori: Final Remarks
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