Migration Policies in Europe and the United States
The themes of migration and economic development are traditionally related. The debate on these issues has recently gained much relevance, particularly in Europe, as the phenomenon of migration tends to be seen as a possible consequence (and cause) of political and environmental unrest. This volume is a contribution to the move towards migration policies which increase total welfare, both in the host countries and in the countries of origin. It also explains problems specific to Europe and stresses the need for co-ordinated national policies.
- Hardback | 172 pages
- 156 x 234 x 12mm | 422g
- 01 Oct 1993
- Kluwer Academic Publishers
- Dordrecht, Netherlands, United States
- VIII, 162 p.
Table of contents
Migration: New Demands and Approaches for Europe; D. Franklin. Trends in International Migration in the 1990s and Beyond; R.T. Appleyard. Are the Industrial Countries under Siege?; A.R. Zolberg. The United States Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986: Implementation and Effects; G. Vernez. Los Angeles, a World of New Immigrants: an Image of Things to Come?; G. Sabagh. The Dynamics of International Migration in Post-War Europe; G. Tapinos. The Economic Impact of Immigration on the Host Country; A. Ichino.