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|Statement||With a pref. by P. J. Bouman.|
|Series||Publications of the Research Group for European Migration Problems,, 1|
|LC Classifications||JV6080 .W32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 55 p.|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||51008815|
Abstract. Free intra-European migration, also, must be resumed if population ratios in Western Europe, which have become more divergent than ever through the war and its aftermath, are to be improved in economic and social respects, though intra-European migration in itself will no more succeed in removing these divergencies than overseas chevreschevalaosta.com: Hilde Wander. Industrial Policies in Western Europe ‐Solution or Problem? The Importance of Emigration for the Solution of Population Problems in Western Europe Article ‘The Importance of Emigration Author: Lawrence Franko. Branko Milanovic examines five reasons why the European migration issue is a problem that does not have a simple solution. Five Reasons Why Migration Into Europe Is A Problem With No Solution. Social Europe Volume Two. This book brings to you some of the best contributions published on Social Europe over the second half of in. Thus, Europe faces a long-term issue and the following dilemma. As we just saw, if there is globalization and countries involved in globalization have highly uneven incomes, there must be migration. You can stop migration only if you give up on globalization by closing off national borders, or help emitting countries get as rich as Western Europe.
Immigration in the European Union: problem or solution? BEN HALL, CENTRE FOR EUROPEAN REFORM, LONDON Large-scale immigration into western Europe is more recent. From to , the number of foreign workers in western Europe doubled from 3 to 6% of the workforce. fewer than Europe, relative to its population. But it has a more. Jan 19, · As Europe's population ages should people be paid a lot more money by Once they are 'official' members of Europe their citizens will certainly be happy to move to Western Europe to take up the population slack. Immigration is certainly one part of the solution but it poses its own problems with some people feeling threatened by a large. Migrants won't give Europe the economic jolt it needs to overcome an aging population and low birth rates. on the borders of Western Europe, Chicago and an editorial intern at National Author: Max Bloom. Aug 22, · Europe needs many more babies to avert a population disaster Across Europe birth rates are tumbling. The net effect is a ‘perfect demographic storm’ that will imperil economic growth across Author: Ashifa Kassam.
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