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The labour market impact of immigration: quasi-experimental evidence

@inproceedings{Glitz2006TheLM,
  title={The labour market impact of immigration: quasi-experimental evidence},
  author={A. Glitz},
  year={2006}
}
  • A. Glitz
  • Published 2006
  • Economics
  • With the fall of the Berlin Wall, ethnic Germans living in the former Soviet Union and the Warsaw Pact countries were given the chance to migrate to Germany. Within 15 years, 2.8 million individuals moved. Upon arrival, these immigrants were exogenously allocated to different regions by the administration in order to ensure an even distribution across the country. Their inflows can therefore be seen as a natural experiment of immigration, avoiding the typical endogeneity problem of immigrant… CONTINUE READING
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