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La politique migratoire francaise a un tournant

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  • Martine Durand
  • Georges Lemaitre
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    La politique migratoire francaise se trouve a un tournant. Face a l’emergence d’un marche du travail mondial pour les personnes hautement qualifiees et de penuries de main d’œuvre dans certains secteurs de l’economie, la France doit s’orienter vers une plus grande diversification de ses flux migratoires, a la fois quant aux categories d’entrees, aux regions d’origine et au type de migration, tout en continuant de lutter contre l’immigration irreguliere et l’emploi illegal d’etrangers. Cela demandera un savant dosage entre des entrees de migrants selectionnes et non selectionnes, de migrants temporaires et permanents et de migrants hautement et faiblement qualifies et, d’une facon plus generale, entre ouverture et controle. Pour reussir, la France devra cooperer activement et efficacement a la fois avec ses partenaires europeens et les pays d’origine. Mais si la France veut rester une terre d’accueil, elle devra aussi imperativement mieux integrer les immigres et leurs enfants.

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    Article provided by CEPII research center in its journal Economie Internationale.

    Volume (Year): (2006)
    Issue (Month): 108 ()
    Pages: 115-137

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    Handle: RePEc:cii:cepiei:2006-4te
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