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Report No. 40: The Integration of Migrants and its Effects on the Labour Market

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  • Eichhorst, Werner

    ()
    (IZA)

  • Giulietti, Corrado

    ()
    (IZA)

  • Guzi, Martin

    ()
    (Masaryk University)

  • Kendzia, Michael J.

    ()
    (Zurich University of Applied Sciences (ZHAW))

  • al., et

    (affiliation not available)

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Based on a study conducted for the European Parliament, Bonn 2011 (133 pages)

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Paper provided by Institute for the Study of Labor (IZA) in its series IZA Research Reports with number 40.

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