Volume 52, September/October 2017, Number 5 · pp. 263-269
Large-Scale Immigration and Labour Market Integration: First Lessons from the Recent Past in Germany
Over the last decade, Germany has become one of the major developed destination countries for immigrants. In addition to the medium-term trend with respect to regular immigration, the total number of immigrants in recent years has been heavily dominated by the immigration of refugees from countries suffering from tremendous conflicts and violations of human rights.
This Intereconomics article is available for free at this page after an embargo period of two years. Reading it before October 2019 is possible via SpringerLink or in the next library.