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Does Europe need migrants for demographic reasons ?

@inproceedings{2018DoesEN,
  title={Does Europe need migrants for demographic reasons ?},
  author={},
  year={2018}
}
  • Published 2018
  • Economics
T his issue of POPNET highlights selected ongoing research activities of the Centre of Expertise on Population and Migration (CEPAM), which is jointly run by IIASA and JRC. These activities serve as background for the definition of alternative migration scenarios corresponding to possible alternative migration policies, and the assessment of their implications for receiving and sending societies. Going beyond the conventional demographic focus on age and sex, it applies a multi-dimensional… 

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