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Clasificación:
325.73 H918
Título:
The human and economic implications of twenty-first century immigration policy. [electronic resource]. --
Imp / Ed.:
Kalamazoo, MI, Estados Unidos : W.E. Upjohn Institute, c2018.
Descripción:
1 recurso electrónico (244 p.)
Contenido:
1. Immigration policy today. -- 2. The economic and fiscal effects of immigration: implications for policy. -- 3. Socioeconomic integration of U.S. immigrant groups over the long term: the second generation and beyond. -- 4. Immigrants and poverty: how do they cope with it, how do they affect natives? -- 5. Understanding the consequences of heightened interior immigration enforcement. -- 6. Understanding migration policy: insights from models of international trade. -- 7. Combining physical and financial solidarity in asylum policy. --
Resumen:
To effectively debate immigration policy we need to be better informed. This book helps by presenting a group of prominent scholars who use data to help unravel the facts. They address immigration's fiscal impacts, immigrants'generational assimilation, enhanced U.S. enforcement, and alternatives for those seeking refugee status. Together, they help move us from the personal to the analytical, providing us a rational appraisal of immigration and the policies currently before us.
ISBN:
9781469646541 (print version)
ISBN:
9781469646558 (e-book)
Notas:
Descripción basada en la versión de este registro: EBSCO 1945343.
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