Readership: Academic labour economists, geographers, and sociologists, as well as policy makers concerned with immigration.
Klaus F. Zimmermann, Professor of Economics, Bonn University
"This is a valuable contribution to the literature on immigration....Overall, the book is a very useful compendium of econometric results on various aspects of migration and would be a valuable reference for migration specialists and labour economists. Policy-makers may also draw some important lessons from these findings." - P.N Junankar Economic Record Journal of the Economic Society of Australia
1: K. F. Zimmermann: The Economics of Migration
2: T. Bengtsson, C. Lundh and K. Scott: From Boom to Bust: The Economic Integration of Immigrants in Postwar Sweden
3: P. J. Pedersen: Migration in an Scandanavian Welfare State: The Recent Danish Experience
4: A. Barrett: Irish Migration: Characteristics, Causes, and Consequences
5: T. J. Hatton and S. Wheatley Price: Migration, Migrants, and Policy in the United Kingdom
6: J. C. van Ours and J. Veenman: The Netherlands: Old Emigrants — Young Immigrant Country
7: T. Bauer, B. Dietz, K. F. Zimmermann, and E. Zwintz: German Migration: Development, Assimilation, and Labour Market Effects
8: A. Constant, M. Baganha, P. Gois, and P. Telhado Pereira: Immigrant Adjustment in France and Impacts on the Natives
9: A. Venturini and D. Del Boca: Italian Migration
10: N. Glytsos and L. Katseli: Greek Migration: The two faces of Janus
11: O. Bover and P Velilla: Migrations in Spain: Historical Background and Current Trends
12: M. Baganha, P Gois, and P, Pereira: International Migration from and to Portugal: What Do We Know and Where Are We Going?
13: S. Neuman: Aliyah to Israel: Immigration Under Conditions of Adversity
14: B. R. Chiswick and T. A. Sullivan: The New Immigrants (USA)
15: D. De Voretz and S. A. Laryea: Canadian Immigration Experience: Any Lesson for Europe?
16: R. Winkelmann: Europeans in the Antipodes: New Zealand's Mixed Immigration Experience