Immigration and the Australian Macroeconomy: Perspective and Prospective
Pramod (Raja) Junankar (),
David Pope and
Glenn Withers ()
Australian Economic Review, 1998, vol. 31, issue 4, 435-444
Australia has long been a nation of immigrants. The economic purposes of migration and its economic consequences are major public policy issues. This selective review of research looks at the macroeconomic dimensions of this issue for Australia.
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