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SUPPORT FOR SWEDISH INTEGRATION POLICIES FOR IMMIGRANTS: ECONOMIC MOTIVATIONS AND PARTY PREFERENCE CONSTANZA SANHUEZA PETRARCA AND MARIE DEMKER

@inproceedings{Petrarca2019SUPPORTFS,
  title={SUPPORT FOR SWEDISH INTEGRATION POLICIES FOR IMMIGRANTS: ECONOMIC MOTIVATIONS AND PARTY PREFERENCE CONSTANZA SANHUEZA PETRARCA AND MARIE DEMKER},
  author={Constanza Sanhueza Petrarca and Marie Demker},
  year={2019}
}
Following the peak of the European Immigration crisis in 2015, Sweden registered in 2016 the highest proportion of asylum applications and admitted refugees in Europe (per capita, Eurostat). In June 2016, the Swedish parliament voted for more restrictive migration policies and in the 2018 Election the Swedish Democrats – Sweden’s anti-immigration party – reached the highest level of support in a general election so far. The new Swedish social and political context indicates the importance of… 

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