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International Migration Outlook 2010
OECD Publishing , Publication date:  16 Jul 2010
Pages: 358 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264086012 , OECD Code: 812010101P1
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Frequency: Annual   Tables: 218  Charts: 138 

Description

This annual publication analyses recent developments in migration movements and policies in OECD countries. It looks at the contribution of immigration to changes in the working-age population in the past decade, and the role of migration inflows at projected levels in driving growth of the working-age population in the next decade. It presents information on  international students, including a first attempt to calculate the rates at which these students remain in their host countries after the completion of their studies.  

This publication also explores the main changes introduced in migration policies, including new laws governing  immigrant entry, stay and access to the labour market. The selective recruitment of immigrants according to labour market needs and points-based systems is described, as well as measures to facilitate the integration of immigrants. International co-operation to improve border control and to combat irregular migration is analysed in detail. 

The impact of the economic crisis on the labour market outcomes of immigrants is examined, taking into consideration gender, sectors of employment and different types of contracts, as well as the demographic dynamics of native and foreign-born populations during the period under review. 

The reader will also find in this book two special chapters on topical issues. The first addresses the determinants of public opinion regarding migration, reviewing opinion surveys to identify individual determinants and examining the role of different stakeholders in shaping opinion.  The second chapter presents an in-depth study of the impact of naturalisation on the labour market outcomes of immigrants, exploring how acquisition of citizenship can increase opportunities.

Country notes, together with standardised tables, describe recent developments in migration movements and policies.

The statistical annex contains the latest data on migration flows, foreign and foreign-born populations, and naturalisations. This book includes StatLinks, URLs under statistical graphs and tables linking to the underlying statistical data.


Table of contents:

Editorial: Ensuring that Migrants are Onboard the Recovery Train
Introduction
PART I. RECENT TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
-A. Recent Flows, Demographic Developments and Migration
--1. Introduction
--2. International migration flows during 2008
--3. Immigration flows by category of entry
--4. Temporary worker migration
--5. International migration flows and the economic crisis
--6. Continents, regions and countries of origin of immigrants
--7. Asylum seekers
--8. International students
--9. Demographic developments in OECD countries and international migration
-B. Migration Policy Development in OECD Countries
--1. Introduction
--2. Labour migration policies
--3. International students
--4. Humanitarian policies
--5. General administrative procedures and
--6. Enforcement and border control
--7. International agreements
--8. Integration policies
--9. Migration policy in OECD countries
Part II. MIGRANTS IN OECD LABOUR MARKETS THROUGH THE CRISIS
-1. A brief analysis of the dynamics of foreign-born employment in OECD countries through the crisis
-2. How were different migrant groups affected by the worsening of labour market conditions
-3. What are the main determinants of the recent labour market outcomes of immigrants?
-4. Helping immigrants through the crisis and beyond
Part III. PUBLIC OPINIONS AND IMMIGRATION: INDIVIDUAL ATTITUDES, INTEREST GROUPS AND THE MEDIA
-Summary
-Introduction
-1. Public opinion on immigration and migration systems
-2. Determinants of preferences over immigration
-3. Interest groups and their influence on migration policy
-4. The role of the media and the weight of beliefs in shaping public opinion
Part IV. NATURALISATION AND THE LABOUR MARKET INTEGRATION OF IMMIGRANTS
-Key findings
-Introduction
-1. Citizenship take-up among immigrants: An overview across selected OECD countries
-2. The labour market outcomes of naturalised and non-naturalised immigrants
-3. The impact of naturalisation on immigrantsí labour market outcomes
-Conclusions
Part V. RECENT CHANGES IN MIGRATION MOVEMENTS AND POLICIES (COUNTRY NOTES)
STATISTICAL ANNEX
-Introduction
-General comments on tables
-Inflows and outflows of foreign population
-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
List of Correspondents of the Continuous Reporting System on Migration (SOPEMI)
List of OECD Secretariat members involved in the preparation of this report

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