Immigration in Europe : Trends , Policies and Empirical Evidence *

  title={Immigration in Europe : Trends , Policies and Empirical Evidence *},
  author={S. Ortega},
Immigration in Europe: Trends, Policies and Empirical Evidence This chapter summarizes the main trends, policies and empirical evidence regarding immigration in Europe. We start by providing descriptive evidence on long-term immigration trends and current characteristics of the immigrant populations in various important European destination countries and Europe as a whole. We then discuss key policy issues in the European context, focusing on access to citizenship, asylum seeking, border… CONTINUE READING

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