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Cohen Erez (Ariel University Israel, Israel)
Tytuł
Effect of Welfare and Employment Policies on the Correlation between Migration and Unemployment
Źródło
Economics & Sociology, 2017, vol. 10, nr 1, s. 246-264, rys., bibliogr. 60 poz.
Słowa kluczowe
Polityka publiczna, Ekonomia polityczna, Imigracja, Opieka socjalna, Zatrudnienie
Public policy, Political economy, Immigration, Social services, Employment
Uwagi
Klasyfikacja JEL: H10, I38, J08
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Abstrakt
The subject of immigration has been on the public and political agenda of most established countries for many years and has been the focus of much research. In light of increasing immigration to Europe in recent years, this study explores the association between immigration and local unemployment, by examining three prominent immigration destinations: Greece, Germany, and the United States. The research findings indicate that all three countries show a correlation between the two indices, with the different welfare and employment policies implemented by each generating differences in the features of this correlation. In Greece, where the welfare and employment policy implemented encourages idleness, a positive correlation was found between the indices. In Germany, which implements a conservative policy that encourages employment, a negative correlation was found between the two indices. In contrast, the United States implements a liberal immigration policy that produces an ambivalent association between the indices. (original abstract)
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2071-789X
Język
eng
URI / DOI
http://dx.doi.org/10.14254/2071-789X.2017/10-1/18
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