The economic consequences of immigration to Germany
This book contains some recent studies by German and American scholars on the economic effects of immigration to Germany. It deals with the impact on the labour market, on the income of natives and on the public purse. Empirical as well as theoretical methods of analysis are applied. The book contains a rich set of tables and charts. The reader gets an insight into the complex discussion on the pros and cons of immigration. The case of Germany is analysed in its specific features as well as in its general relevance.
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The Future Growth of Foreign Population in Germany
The Effects of Immigrants on the Income of Natives
Foreigners and the Social Insurance System in Germany
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The Economic Consequences of Immigration to Germany
Gunter Steinmann,Ralf E. Ulrich
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age groups age structure analysis asylum seekers attitudes toward foreigners Aussiedler average blue collar workers calculations Coefficient contributions countries of origin Deutschland dislike duration of stay earnings Eastern Europe econometric economic effects of immigration eigners employed employment status estimated ethnic Germans Eurobarometer European expected duration expellees experience factors fertility foreign population foreign presence foreign workers foreign-born FORPRES German labor market German Socio-Economic Panel Germans and foreigners Germany's gration growth guest workers higher host country household head immi immigration country immigration to Germany impact of immigration income of natives increase individual integration labor force participation level of immigration likelihood function million native-born negative non-natives number of foreigners ordered Probit Panel paper pension percent political asylum population in Germany potential probit model re-migration resettlers Rivera-Batiz sample scenario share of foreigners SOEP statistically stay in Germany Table transfer payments unem unemployed unemployment rate variable variance-covariance matrix wage West Germany Zimmermann