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International Migration Outlook 2010 - Migration key to long-term economic growth

— theme: Labour migration policy, Pre-employment and recruitment policies and practices, Rights and protection of migrants, Cooperation among multiple stakeholders
— country: Other Regions

The 2010 OECD International Migration Outlook analyzes recent developments in migration movements and policies in OECD countries.

International Migration Outlook 2010 - Migration key to long-term economic growth

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2019

This annual publication "looks at the contribution of immigration to changes in the working age population in the past decade, and the role of migration inflows at projected levels in driving growth of the working-age population in the next decade. It also focuses on international students, including a first attempt to calculate the rates at which these students remain in their host countries after the completion of their studies.

This publication also explores the main changes introduced in migration policies, including new laws governing immigrant entry, stay and access to the labour market. The selective recruitment of immigrants according to labour market needs and points-based systems is described, as well as measures to facilitate the integration of immigrants. International co-operation to improve border control and to combat irregular migration is analysed in detail.

The impact of the economic crisis on the labour market outcomes of immigrants is examined, taking into consideration gender, sectors of employment and different types of contracts, as well as the demographic dynamics of native and foreign-born populations during the period under review."

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