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International Migration Outlook 2011: (Complete Edition ‐ ISBN 9789264112612)

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Abstract:

This  publication analyses recent development in migration movements and policies in OECD countries and some non‐member countries including migration of highly qualified and low qualified workers, temporary and permanent, as well as students. Three special chapters cover: the 50th anniversary of the OECD and the work of the SOPEMI, migrant entrepreneurship, and migration to Israel.





OECD 50th Anniversary: International Migration and the SOPEMI

Editorial: Migration and the Post‐Crisis World

Introduction

PART I. RECENT TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION

A.Trends in migration flows and in the immigrant population

‐Introduction

‐Permanent immigration

‐Temporary worker migration

‐Source contries and regions of international migration flows

‐The foreign born an dthe foreign population in OECD countries

‐Migration of service providers and intra‐corporate transfers

‐Entries of asylum seekers

‐International students ‐ studying and staying on

‐Annex I.A1. Statistics on posted workers form E101 certificates ‐ an assessment

‐Annex I.A2. Estimating stay rates for international students

B. Employment

‐Introduction

‐Immigrants in the labour market through the economic crisis

‐Job creation during the crisis... and beyond

‐Annex I.B1. Employment, unemployment and participation rates by gender and place of birth in selected OECD countries, 2008‐2010

‐Annex I.B2. Foreign‐born  unemployment in selected OECD countries by unemployment duration, Q1 2008 to Q4 2010

‐Annex I.B3. changes in foreign‐ and native‐born employment by industry in selected OECD countries, 2007‐10

C. Migration policy developments

‐Introduction

‐Ensuring that labour migration meets labour market needs is a growing priority for policy

‐Family and humanitarian policies are being tightened

‐Tackling irregular migration remains a challenge

‐Policies to encourage migrants to return to their countries of origin are growing

‐EU legislation continues to be a driver of policy in European OECD countries

‐International co‐operation addresses an increasingly broad variety of objectives

‐Integration and citizenship policies continue to attract policy attention

‐Summary and conclusion

PART II. MIGRATION ENTREPRENEURSHIP IN OECD COUNTRIES

‐Executive summary

‐Introduction

‐1. Measuring migrant entrepreneurship and its contribution to employment creation in OECD countries

‐2. Specific policy meatures to foster migrant entrepreneurship inOECD countries

‐Annex II.A1. Supplementary tables on admission programmes and permit regimes for foreign entrepreneurs and investors

PART III. INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION TO ISRAEL AND ITS IMPACT

‐Introduction

‐Key findings

‐1. International migration and Israel

‐2. Temporary labour migration in Israel

‐3. Impact of migration on the Israeli economy

‐Conclusions

‐Annex III.A.1. Supplementary tables: Regressions

PART IV. COUNTRY NOTES

‐Australia

‐Austria

‐Belgium

‐Bulgaria

‐Canada

‐Chile

‐Czech Republic

‐Denmark

‐Estonia

‐Finland

‐France

‐Germany

‐Greece

‐Hungary

‐Ireland

‐Italy

‐Japan

‐Korea

‐Lithuania

‐Luxembourg

‐Mexico

‐Netherlands

‐New Zealand

‐Norway

‐Poland

‐Portugal

‐Romania

‐Russian Federation

‐Slovak Republic

‐Slovenia

‐Spain

‐Sweden

‐Switzerland

‐Turkey

‐United Kingdom

‐United States

STATISTICAL ANNEX

‐Inflows and outflows of foreign populatoin

‐Inflows of asylum seekers

‐Stocks of foreign and foreign‐born population

‐Acquisition of nationality

‐Inflows of foreign workers

‐Stocks of foreign and foreign‐born labour force

Document Type: Review Article

Publication date: July 1, 2011

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