Central and East European Migrants’ Contributions to Social by S. Maatsch

By S. Maatsch

In 2001 Germany and Austria grew to become the final european states to boost transnational controls proscribing entry to their labour markets for voters of ex-communist international locations. This booklet demanding situations anti-immigration discourses to teach that given the excessive percent of expert immigrants, it's the sending instead of the receiving nations who lose out.

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For simplicity, we assume that the skills are fully transferable to the West so everybody moving from East to West will earn twice as much. Whether this means that the high-skilled have a higher incentive than the low-skilled depends on the assumptions about the marginal utility of additional income. 1 depicts the utility gain from migration uiM as a function of an individual’s skill endowments hi , assuming that the income in West is higher by the same factor than the income in East for all skill levels.

Hence, even though the immigration rates in Western Europe were lower on average than in previous periods, they were still too significant to speak of a halt in immigration. g. Hatton and Wheatley Price, 2005, pp. 116–17). 2 Share of females and share of non-employed in the foreign population residing in Germany, 1970 and 1975. Source: Own calculations, based on Statistisches Bundesamt, 2008 and Agentur für Arbeit, quoted in Treibel, 1990, p. 46. Who Migrates? g. , 2002). Migration patterns in Central and Eastern Europe Between World War II and the collapse of the Soviet Union, international migration was much less pronounced in Central and Eastern Europe than in Western Europe.

Displacements after World War II Immediately after World War II, there were massive population movements both between East and West Europe and within each group of countries. 8 million Poles. Another one million Poles that had lived in the former Eastern territories – which were ceded to the USSR – moved to lands within Poland’s new borders (King, 1993, pp. 20–1; Clout and Salt, 1976, p. 21). 4). There were also smaller movements between the different Central and Eastern European states, mostly involving the repatriation of (former) nationals living in neighbouring countries, thus ‘simplifying the ethnic map’ (Compton, 1976, p.

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