In this paper I discuss the economic effects of immigration for destination countries, with a focus on labour market adjustments. First, I show the potential effects of immigration on the labour market in a stylized one-output model, and discuss some extensions. Then I focus on empirical estimations, critically presenting strengths and weaknesses of the empirical strategies that are commonly used in the literature. In the last part I review recent empirical evidence on the effects of immigration in Italy
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Volume (Year): (2012)
Issue (Month): 3 (July-September)
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