Who bears the cost of integrating refugees?(No.13, January 2017). This edition of Migration Policy Debates assesses the challenges that inflows of asylum seekers and refugees present for intergovernmental fiscal relations.
Why is migration increasing in the Americas?(No.11, September 2016). This edition of Migration Policy Debates presents updated information on international migration in the Americas up to 2014 as well as on labour market outcomes of emigrants originating from the hemisphere.
Can we put an end to human smuggling?(No.9, December 2015). This edition of Migration Policy Debates scrutinises the factors that facilitate human trafficking, as well as the smuggling routes to OECD countries. It synthesises available evidence and reviews existing policy tools for tackling such crime.
Who should be admitted as a labour migrant?(No.4, December 2014). This edition of Migration Policy Debates looks at the latest developments in policies for managing labour migration and at how they can evolve to meet the complexities of today’s migration landscape.
How can migrants’ skills be put to use?(No.3, December 2014). This edition of Migration Policy Debates looks at policy approaches that can help migrants find jobs and, especially, jobs that match their skills.
Is migration good for the economy?(No.2, May 2014). This edition of Migration Policy Debates looks at the evidence for how immigrants affect the economy in three main areas: The labour market, the public purse and economic growth.
Is migration really increasing?(No.1, May 2014). This edition of Migration Policy Debates looks at the magnitude and characteristics of the migration movements to Europe and the OECD and at how have they evolved over time