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(English) The Italian transition from emigration to immigration country (Italiano) The Italian transition from emigration to immigration country

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  • Corrado Bonifazi
  • Frank Heins
  • Salvatore Strozza
  • Mattia Vitiello

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(English) This working paper contains the Policy oriented executive summary and the National report prepared by the IRPPS-CNR team in the framework of the European research project IDEA (Mediterranean and Eastern European countries as new immigration destinations in the European Union). The main aim of the project is the comparison of migration trends among European receiving countries to improve the understanding of the national migration experience. The report, after a short introduction devoted to the long Italian history of emigration, analyses trends and characteristics of international migration flows in the last decades as well as size and structure of the foreign population living in Italy. Migration and integration policies and the different impacts of foreign immigration are also considered. (Italiano) Il presente Working paper contiene il Policy oriented executive summary e il rapporto nazionale preparati dal gruppo di lavoro dell’IRPPS-CNR nell’ambito del progetto di ricerca europeo IDEA (Mediterranean and Eastern European countries as new immigration destinations in the European Union). Lo scopo principale del progetto è il confronto delle tendenze del fenomeno tra i paesi europei d’immigrazione, per migliorare la conoscenza delle esperienze migratorie nazionali. Il rapporto, dopo una breve introduzione dedicata al nostro passato di paese d’emigrazione, analizza tendenze e caratteristiche dei flussi migratori internazionali negli ultimi decenni, ed esamina dimensioni e struttura della popolazione straniera residente in Italia. Vengono anche esaminate le politiche migratorie e di integrazione e le diverse conseguenze del fenomeno sulla società italiana.

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  • Corrado Bonifazi & Frank Heins & Salvatore Strozza & Mattia Vitiello, 2009. "(English) The Italian transition from emigration to immigration country (Italiano) The Italian transition from emigration to immigration country," IRPPS Working Papers 24:2009, National Research Council, Institute for Research on Population and Social Policies.
  • Handle: RePEc:cnz:wpaper:24:2009
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