Becoming a Country of Immigration at the End of the Twentieth Century: the Case of Spain

@inproceedings{Arango2000BecomingAC,
  title={Becoming a Country of Immigration at the End of the Twentieth Century: the Case of Spain},
  author={J D Duque Arango},
  year={2000}
}
The addition of the Southern European countries of Italy, Spain, Portugal and Greece to the relatively small pool of immigrant receiving societies constitutes one of the most salient novelties of the contemporary global international migration scene. With minor differences of timing among the four, the transition from labour-exporting to labour-importing countries has taken place in the last quarter of the twentieth century, following by a significant time-lag the larger-scale mass immigrations… CONTINUE READING

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