Editorial: Ensuring that Migrants are Onboard the Recovery Train

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The recent recession has slowed migration, especially that driven by labour demand. Yet, migration did not come to a halt ‐ in part because family and humanitarian movements are less sensitive to changes in labour market conditions, but also because of structural needs and demographic trends. Concealed behind a slack labour market, the ageing of the population is starting to reduce the working‐age population in many countries.

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: June 1, 2010

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