Assessing the Costs and Impacts of Migration Policy: An International Comparison

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Solon Ardittis, Frank Laczko
Hammersmith Press, 2008 - Business & Economics - 204 pages
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The impact and costs of migration policy measures are often unknown, and performance indicators may be very rudimentary. Several studies, especially in the United States, have tried to measure the costs and benefits of immigration. However, there have been few cross-national attempts to assess how countries evaluate their migration policies and programmes and what procedures and mechanisms they use to conduct those evaluations. This book provides a range of recommendations for improving the design and implementation of evidence-based and accountable policies in the field of migration and asylum.
 

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Contents
How is Migration Policy Evaluated? 21
Evaluation of EU Policies in the Field of Migration and Asylum 107
Richard Lewis and Amir Naqvi
Comparing and Evaluating Public Expenditure on Migration 137
Conclusions 191
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