Gaining from Migration Towards a New Mobility System: Towards a New Mobility System
OECD Publishing, Sep 10, 2007 - 89 pages
This report presents a summary of recommendations on how we can all gain from migration. They are the result of a multi-faceted project undertaken in partnership with the European Commission to rethink the management of the emerging mobility system. New ideas, based on an exhaustive review of past policy experiences in Europe and elsewhere, are offered for policies related to labour markets, integration, development co-operation and the engagement of diasporas.
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