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Trends in International Migration 1997
Continuous Reporting System on Migration
OECD. Published by : OECD Publishing , Publication date:  20 Jun 1997
Pages: 272 , Language: English
Version: Print (Paperback) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264155084 , OECD Code: 811997021P1
Price:   €64 | $89 | £57 | ¥8300 | MXN1150
Availability: Out of print
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Other languages:  French (Out of print)
Superseded by: Trends in International Migration 2004 - (Out of print)
Other Versions:  E-book - PDF Format

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Frequency: Annual   Tables: 112  Charts: 70 

Description

This annual  publication describes the recent trends in international migration, the magnitude of flows, the different channels for immigration and the nationality of the immigrants concerned. It shows that the criteria for admission to host countries is becoming more selective and more oriented to labour market needs. The report also examines recent policy developments for the control of flows and the integration of immigrants. Special attention is given to the links between migration, free trade and regional economic integration.

Detailed country notes present the main migration characteristics of twenty-six OECD countries and Bulgaria, Romania, and the Slovak Republic. The latter country is included for the first time in the notes. Finally, immigration and social transfers is the topic of a special chapter focusing on analytical issues and results obtained in several OECD countries.

A statistical annex provides tables on foreign and immigrant populations, foreign workers, migration flows and naturalisations.


Table of contents:

GENERAL INTRODUCTION
PART I. MAIN TRENDS IN INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION
A. MIGRATION, POPULATION AND THE LABOUR MARKET
-1. Trends in migration movements and change in the foreign population
-2. Immigration and population growth in OECD countries
-3. Immigrants and the labour market
B. NEW MIGRATION AREAS
-1. Asian migration to OECD countries and between Asian countries
-2. Recent migration trends in Central and Eastern Europe
C. AN OVERVIEW OF MIGRATION POLICIES
-1. Policies for regulating and controlling flows
-2. Policies for integrating immigrants
-3. Migration, international co-operation and economic development
PART II. RECENT CHANGES IN MIGRATION MOVEMENTS AND POLICIES (COUNTRY NOTES)
-Australia
-Austria
-Belgium
-Bulgaria
-Canada
-Czech Republic
-Denmark
-Finland
-France
-Germany
-Greece
-Hungary
-Ireland
-Italy
-Japan  
-Luxembourg
-Mexico
-Netherlands
-Norway
-Poland
-Portugal
-Romania
-Slovak Republic
-Spain
-Sweden
-Switzerland
-Turkey
-United Kingdom
-United States
Part III. IMMIGRATION AND SOCIAL TRANSFERS: ANALYTICAL ISSUES AND RECENT RESULTS
-
1. Measuring the impact of immigration and social transfers
-2. Immigration and social transfers in the United States, Canada and Australia
-3. Generational accounting .
-Annex: An example of the generational accounting approach
STATISTICAL ANNEX
A. SOURCES AND METHODS USED IN STATISTICS ON MIGRATION
-1. Basic concepts
-2. Available sources
-3. The comparability of measures of migration flows
-4. Nationality and place of birth
-5. Statistics on workers
-6. Statistics on migration in the countries of Central and Eastern Europe
-7. Conclusions
B. INTRODUCTION TO THE STATISTICAL ANNEX TABLES
-1. Presentation of the tables
-2. Data sources used in the tables
-3. Explanatory notes for the Statistical Annex
C. TABLES OF THE STATISTICAL ANNEX
Cross national tables
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A.1. Stocks of foreign population, 1985-1995
-A.2. Inflows of foreign population, 1985-1995
-A.3. Inflows of asylum seekers, 1985-1995
-A.4. Outflows of foreign population, 1985-1995
-A.5. Stocks of foreign labour, 1985-1995
-A.6. Seasonal and cross-border workers, 1985-1995
-A.7. Inflows of foreign workers, 1985-1995
Stock of foreign population by nationality
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B.1. Belgium
-B.1. Denmark
-B.1. Finland
-B.1. France
-B.1. Germany
-B.1. Italy
-B.1. Japan
-B.1. Luxembourg
-B.1. Netherlands
-B.1. Norway
-B.1. Portugal
-B.1. Spain
-B.1. Sweden
-B.1. Switzerland
-B.1. United Kingdom
Stock of foreign labour by nationality
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B.2. Austria
-B.2. Belgium
-B.2. Denmark
-B.2. France .
-B.2. Germany
-B.2. Luxembourg
-B.2. Netherlands
-B.2. Norway
-B.2. Portugal
-B.2. Spain
-B.2. Sweden
-B.2. Switzerland
-B.2. United Kingdom
Acquisition of nationality by country of former nationality
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B.3. Austria
-B.3. Belgium
-B.3. Denmark
-B.3. Finland
-B.3. France
-B.3. Germany
-B.3. Japan
-B.3. Luxembourg
-B.3. Netherlands
-B.3. Norway
-B.3. Spain
-B.3. Sweden
-B.3. Switzerland
-B.3. United Kingdom
Countries where the immigrant population is defined as foreign-born
Immigrant population by place of birth
-
C.1. Australia
-C.1. Canada
-C.1. United States
Inflows of permanent settlers by entry class
-
C.2. Australia
-C.2. Canada
-C.2. United States
Inflows of permanent settlers by country or region of origin
-
C.3. Australia
-C.3. Canada
-C.3. United States
Inflows of temporary residents by country or region of citizenship
-
C.4. Australia
-C.4. Canada
-C.4. United States
Acquisition of nationality by country of former nationality
-
C.5. Australia
-C.5. Canada
-C.5. United States

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