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1990a, ‘A Reinterpretation of the CIE Projections of the Long-Run Economic Effects of Immigration’, in Two Papers on the Economics of Immigration (IAESR Working Paper No. 3/1990), Melbourne.

1990a, ‘A Reinterpretation of the CIE Projections of the Long-Run Economic Effects of Immigration’, in Two Papers on the Economics of Immigration (IAESR Working Paper No. 1990b, ‘On the Economics of Immigration’, in Two Papers on the Economics of Immigration (IAESR Working Paper 3/1990), Melbourne. 1968, ‘An Analysis of Price Movements in Australia, 1947–68’, Australian Economic Papers 7, December, pp. 111–35.

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NBER Historical Working Paper No. 106 Issued in December 1997 NBER Program(s):The Program . 106 Issued in December 1997 NBER Program(s):The Program on the Development of the American Economy. A notable difference between the historical studies and the recent literature on the impacts" of immigration is the propensity of the current literature to concentrate only on the first-round" consequences. It is easy to show that these will be harmful to resident workers who face direct" competition. Economic historians writing about the earlier period of high immigration went" beyond the first-round effects.

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Economic Impacts of Immigration: A Survey. Sari Pekkala Kerr Wellesley College. This paper surveys recent empirical studies on the economic impacts of immigration. The surve. st examines the magnitude of immigration as an economic phenomenon in various host countries. The paper then turns to immigration’s impact for the publi. ances of host countries. Th. al section considers emerging topics in the study of immigration.

economic effects of immigration on the origin and destination societies. This volume includes chapters that deal

economic effects of immigration on the origin and destination societies. This volume includes chapters that deal. with each of these three broad areas. Scholars of the economics of immigration have devoted increasing attention to the study of refugees and asylum seekers, who present significant challenges to immigration, employment and welfare policies in host countries (Chin and Cortes 2015;Hatton 2015).

Working drafts of BPEA papers are presented and discussed at a Brookings conference held twice each year, in the spring and fall. The final papers and discussant remarks from each conference are then published in the journal several months later

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