« International Migration Outlook 2014. Special Focus: Mobilising Migrants’ Skills for Economic Success », OCDE, 2014.
This timely OECD report comes as policy concerns about migration across the OECD membership have drastically increased since the start of the global crisis in 2007. Indeed, the positive expectation of solving demographic and skill-shortage problems has been increasingly overshadowed and superseded by rising nationalism and xenophobia, associated with growing difficulties encountered in major immigration countries to “assimilate” migrants in society, to reduce high- and long-term unemployment among nationals, and to check social welfare deficits, which tend to be associated ...
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