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FRDB Fondazione Rodolfo Debenedetti

November 2011

The Integration of Migrants and its Effects on the Labour Market

Study for the European Parliament

Werner Eichhorst et al.

May 2009

Quantifying the Impact of Highly-Skilled Emigration on Developing Countries

Report for the Xi European Countries

Frédéric Docquier and Hillel Rapoport

April 2009

Labour Mobility within the EU in the Context of Enlargement

Report for the European Commission on labour mobility

Herbert Brücker et al.

July 2006

Who's Afraid of the Big Enlargement? Economic and Social Implications of the European Union's Prospective Eastern Expansion

R. Vaitilingam with G. Bertola, T. Boeri, H. Bruecker, F. Coricelli, J. Dolado, J. Fitzgerlad, A. de la Fuente, P. Garibaldi, G. Hanson, J. Jimeno, J. Saint-Paul and A. Spilimbergo

CEPR

February 2005

Why Do the Young and Educated in LDCs Concentrate in Large Cities? Evidence from Migration Data

Barry McCormick, Jackline Wahba

Economica, Vol. 72(285), pp. 39–67

December 2002

Immigration Policy and the Welfare State

William Davidson Institute, Washington DC

Tito Boeri

June 2002

Immigration Policy and the Welfare System

Edited by Tito Boeri, Gordon Hanson and Barry McCormick

Oxford University Press

June 2001

Managing Migration in the European Welfare State

Report for the III European Conference

Herbert Bruecker, Gil S. Epstein, Barry McCormick, Gilles Saint-Paul, Alessandra Venturini and Klaus Zimmermann

June 2001

Immigration and the US Economy: Labor-Market Impacts, Illegal Entry and Policy Choices

Report for the III European Conference

Gordon H. Hanson, Kenneth F. Schieve, Matthiew J. Slaughter and Antonio Spilimbergo