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Migration and welfare in the new EuropeSocial protection and the challenges of integration$
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Emma Carmel, Alfio Cerami, and Theodoros Papadopoulos

Print publication date: 2011

Print ISBN-13: 9781847426444

Published to Policy Press Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1332/policypress/9781847426444.001.0001

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Labour migration and labour market integration: causes and challenges

Labour migration and labour market integration: causes and challenges

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(p.84) (p.85) Five Labour migration and labour market integration: causes and challenges
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Migration and welfare in the new Europe
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Bent Greve

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Policy Press
DOI:10.1332/policypress/9781847426444.003.0005

This chapter presents an interpretation of Sir John Hicks' approach to the main cause of migration. The theoretical and contextual starting point in his analysis is based on the traditional microeconomic theory. The discussion also studies other competing explanations, and shows that a critical view of the classical economy-driven explanations to migration can provide a wider understanding of key migration patterns. It is also able to provide some insights into the factors that can hinder or facilitate migration. The chapter aims to address the question of the differential impact that national welfare and labour-market policies might directly or indirectly have on migration.

Keywords:   Sir John Hicks, cause of migration, traditional microeconomic theory, economy-driven explanations, key migration patterns, labour-market policies, labour migration, labour-market integration

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