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Title: EU Immigrant integration policies and returns on human capital
Author: Ramos, Raúl
Matano, Alessia
Nieto Viramontes, Sandra  
Others: Universitat de Barcelona
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Keywords: migration policy
labour market integration
returns on human capital
Issue Date: 11-Sep-2015
Publisher: International Spectator
Citation: Ramos, R., Matano, A. & Nieto, S. (2015). EU immigrant integration policies and returns on human capital. International Spectator, 50(3), 78-87. doi: 10.1080/03932729.2015.1051905
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Abstract: In order to address skill shortages and the demographic challenges facing the EU, member states have to attract (and retain) the more skilled migrants. Nevertheless, foreign residents generally find a significant wage gap with respect to native-born workers when arriving in a host country. Favourable integration policies seem to improve the relative performance of immigrants in the labour market. Indeed, analysis of the role of favourable or unfavourable policies in supporting labour market mobility of recently arrived immigrants shows that wage discrimination between immigrants and natives is lower in those countries with more favourable policies and that this lower gap is associated with higher returns on experience and schooling.
Language: English
ISSN: 0393-2729MIAR

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