Integration of foreign workers into the labour market : France, Germany, the Netherlands and Sweden
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- Uygur E., 1992. "Foreign aid as a means to reduce emigration: the case of Turkey," ILO Working Papers 992877673402676, International Labour Organization.
- Jean-Louis Lhéritier, 1992. "Les déterminants du salaire," Économie et Statistique, Programme National Persée, vol. 257(1), pages 9-21.
- Bruni M. & Venturini A. & Stark O., 1992. "Two essays on migration," ILO Working Papers 992866373402676, International Labour Organization.
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KeywordsWEP pub; migrant worker; ethnic group; equal rights; employment; labour market; France; Germany; Netherlands; Sweden; unemployment; wage differential; women workers; migration policy; bibliography; statistical table; pub PME; travailleur migrant; groupe ethnique; droits égaux; emploi; marché du travail; France; Allemagne; Pays-Bas; Suède; chômage; disparité des salaires; travailleuses; politique migratoire; bibliographie; tableau statistique; pub PME; trabajador migrante; grupo étnico; igualdad de derechos; empleo; mercado de trabajo; Francia; Alemania; Países Bajos; Suecia; desempleo; diferencia del salario; trabajadoras; política migratoria; bibliografía; cuadros estadísticos;
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