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Niessen, J., & Schibel, Y. (2005). Immigration as a labour market strategy - european and north american perspectives. Brussels: Migration Policy Group. 
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Resource type: Book
ID no. (ISBN etc.): 2-930399-17-1
BibTeX citation key: Niessen2005
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Categories: General
Keywords: Allemagne, Canada, coopération internationale, Espagne, Etats-Unis, France, Hongrie, Italie, marché du travail, politiques migratoires, Pologne, Royaume-Uni
Creators: Niessen, Schibel
Publisher: Migration Policy Group (Brussels)
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Langue doc    eng
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Abstract     
[extrait] The reports in this volume suggest that a comprehensive policy on economic migration may be impossible, given the constraints. However, a consistent policy remains a necessary goal. A consistent policy does not pretend to control all the factors influencing immigration, such as the irregular entry of people or changing conditions in countries of origin. Neither does it pretend to control all factors influencing the labour market: demand for certain goods and services, or the effects of the globalised movement of capital. Governments need to do their best to include both new and already resident immigrants in their societies, in a way that maintains a connection with overall labour market policies and priorities. Rather than claiming to engage in ‘migration management’, governments should aim for ‘migration governance’.
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