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International Migration in Ireland, 2012

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  • Philip J. O’Connell

    (UCD Geary Institute, University College Dublin)

  • Corona Joyce

    (Economic and Social Research Institute, Dublin)

This working paper is based on the Irish report to the OECD Continuous Reporting System on Migration (the SOPEMI Expert Group). As such, the focus of the report is largely shaped by the reporting requirements for the preparation of the annual OECD International Migration Outlook. The principal reference year is 2011, although information relating to early-2012 is included where available and relevant. The Executive Summary which provides an overview of the main findings of the report, Section 2 discusses the main developments in migration and integration policy in Ireland in 2011. Section 3 reviews the statistics on inward and outward migration movements. Section 4 examines trends in the population, informed by Census 2011. Migration and the labour market are discussed in Section 5. The final section presents a review of Irish research on discrimination against immigrants, which is intended to contribute to a special focus on discrimination in the forthcoming International Migration Outlook 2013.

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Paper provided by Geary Institute, University College Dublin in its series Working Papers with number 201304.

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Length: 68- pages
Date of creation: 12 Apr 2013
Handle: RePEc:ucd:wpaper:201304
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