Immigration and the Financial Crisis: The United States and Australia Compared

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John Higley, John P. Nieuwenhuysen, Stine Neerup
Edward Elgar Publishing, 2011 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
Structural needs for immigrant labour in health care, restaurant, tourism, agricultural and other economic sectors, together with harsher economic circumstances in most sending countries, almost certainly ensure the continuation of large-scale immigration
 

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Contents

immigration in harder times
1
2 Immigration labour markets and immigration reform in the United States
16
3 International migration in Australia and the global financial crisis
35
4 Latinos immigration and the US recession
57
5 Border control in Australia
74
6 Immigrant crossgenerational incorporation in the United States
92
7 Second generation incorporation and inclusion in Australia
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8 Immigration status and jobs lost during the US recession of 200709
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9 The global financial crisis immigration and immigrant unemployment and social inclusion in Australia
145
10 Harder times and meaner politics in the US but mass immigration keeps rolling along
159
11 Migration politics in Australia during uncertain times
175
Bibliography
192
Index
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