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Published by: Ivey Publishing
Originally published in: 2003
Version: 2009-10-22
Length: 16 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

This note discusses the impact of immigration on attitudes and government policy in Western Europe''s three largest countries, Spain, France and Germany. It also examines how the histories and political structures of these countries have influenced immigration policy and the integration of immigrant populations. Finally, it predicts the impact that immigration policy will have on employment and productivity in what some observers have dubbed ''Fortress Europe''.
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2002

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Abstract

This note discusses the impact of immigration on attitudes and government policy in Western Europe''s three largest countries, Spain, France and Germany. It also examines how the histories and political structures of these countries have influenced immigration policy and the integration of immigrant populations. Finally, it predicts the impact that immigration policy will have on employment and productivity in what some observers have dubbed ''Fortress Europe''.

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