More than additions to population : the economic and fiscal impact of immigration

@inproceedings{Cully2014MoreTA,
  title={More than additions to population : the economic and fiscal impact of immigration},
  author={Mark Cully},
  year={2014}
}
  • Mark Cully
  • Published 2014
In the conceptual framework of the Inter-Generational Reports, immigration features as an exogenous input into the size of the population and its composition by age and gender. There are good reasons for believing that immigration has sizeable endogenous components; that attributes other than age and gender distinguish immigrants from the native-born, as well as from each other; and that these features are of significant economic and fiscal import. Last, it is suggested that, in the context of… CONTINUE READING

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