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Settling In: OECD Indicators of Immigrant Integration 2012
OECD Publishing , Date de parution:  13 déc 2012
Pages: 173 , Langue: Anglais
Version: Livre (Broché) + PDF
ISBN: 9789264171527 , Code OCDE: 812012051P1
Prix:   €39 | $54 | £35 | ¥5000 | MXN700 , Frais de livraison inclus
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Description

This publication highlights how immigrants and their children are integrating into OECD societies, judging their progress against key indicators. Many areas are considered (material living conditions, health, education, labour market, civic engagement) as integration is a multi-dimensional issue. Measures of outcomes, as well as of progress made over the past decade, are presented in comparison with outcomes of a reference group (the population born in the country of residence). Three series of questions are addressed: 1) To what extent does the average performance of immigrants differ from that of the native-born?; 2) Can these differences be explained by structural effects (different distributions by age, educational level, etc.)?; 3) How has integration record evolved over the past decade?

An introductory chapter provides a detailed description of the populations under review (foreign-born persons and households, as well as native-born offspring of immigrants). The final chapter gives an overview on discrimination issues, as this is one possible source of persistent disadvantages of immigrants and their children.   


Tables des matières:

Reader’s Guide
Acronyms, abbreviations and definitions of terms used in the report
Chapter 1. Contextual indicators
1.1. The immigrant population
1.2. Native-born offspring of immigrants
1.3. Immigrant households
Annex 1.A1. Statistical annex
Chapter 2. Household income
2.1. Household income distribution
2.2. Poverty
Measurement
Notes, sources and further reading
Chapter 3. Housing
3.1. Tenure status
3.2. Housing conditions
3.3. Housing costs
Measurement
Notes, sources and further reading
Chapter 4. Health status and access to health care
4.1. Perceived health status
4.2. Unmet medical needs
Measurement
Notes, sources and further reading
Chapter 5. Education of native-born offspring of immigrants
5.1. Pre-primary education
5.2. Reading skills at age 15
5.3. Educational attainment
Measurement
Notes, sources and further reading
Annex 5.A1. Statistical annex
Chapter 6. Labour market outcomes
6.1. Employment
6.2. Unemployment
6.3. Native-born offspring of immigrants neither in employment nor in education or training (NEET)
Measurement
Notes, sources and further reading
Annex 6.A1. Statistical annex
Chapter 7. Job characteristics
7.1. Temporary work
7.2. Part-time work
7.3. Skill level of employment
7.4. Overqualification
7.5. Self-employment
7.6. Native-born offspring of immigrants in the public sector
Measurement
Notes, sources and further reading
Annex 7.A1. Skill level of employment
Annex 7.A2. Overqualification
Chapter 8. Civic engagement
8.1. Acquisition of nationality
8.2. Participation in voting
Measurement
Notes, sources and further reading
Annex 8.A1. Statistical annex
Chapter 9. Discrimination
9.1. What is discrimination?
9.2. How can discrimination be measured?
9.3. Evidence on discrimination from testing studies
9.4. Comparative evidence on perceived discrimination against immigrants and their offspring
Notes.
Bibliography
List of members of the OECD International Migration Division involved in the preparation of this publication

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