40 million Aussies? The Immigration Debate Revisited
If Australia's population were to reach 40 million, it could only result from either a drastic reversal of the decline in the fertility rate or a very large increase in the rate of net migration. This lecture explores this interesting question.
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- Paul W. Miller & Leanne M. Neo, 2003. "Labour Market Flexibility and Immigrant Adjustment," The Economic Record, The Economic Society of Australia, vol. 79(246), pages 336-356, 09.
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