Immigration and the Australian Economy
Based on the results of studies presented at the first National Immigration Outlook Conference (1990). Various areas which have contributed to the impact of immigration on the economy are discussed with the 10 chapters covering topics such as theoretical underpinnings, industry effects and domestic demand and supply. Includes lists of tables, figures, references and an index.
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aggregate aggregate demand analysis assessing Australian born Australian economy Australian industry average balance of trade benefits birthplace groups Bureau of Immigration cent chapter contribution costs current account DILGEA diseconomies of scale domestic economic effects economies of scale education and training effects of immigration empirical English language entrepreneurship evidence example expenditure export FitzGerald Report funds Hellwig immigrant households immigrant intake immigrant labour market immigrant skills immigration program Immigration Research immigration's implications important income increase indicates inflation investment demand issues labour market outcomes living standards longer term macroeconomic major margin NESB occupational ORANI output per capita overall overseas born particular pattern population growth possible proportion qualifications real wages recent reflect relatively relevant returns to scale scale economies scale effects sectors settler arrivals short-term significant skill level skills content source of skills specific statistical studies supply side technological unemployment variables welfare worker