Do Employers Support Immigration?

@article{Tamura2007DoES,
  title={Do Employers Support Immigration?},
  author={Yuji Tamura},
  journal={Political Behavior: Race},
  year={2007}
}
  • Yuji Tamura
  • Published 29 July 2010
  • Business
  • Political Behavior: Race
This paper examines whether or not being an employer was an important determinant of individual preferences for immigration restriction in the EU member states in the eve of the 2004 enlargement. Our results do not confirm that employers were more pro-immigration than the rest by expecting a reduction in the cost of labor except in the following sector: sanitation-related activities such as refuse disposal and recreational, cultural and sports activities. On the contrary, we find that employers… Expand

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