Costs and Opportunities of Migration
Hans-Werner Sinn (),
Marcel Fratzscher (),
Ulrich van Suntum,
Oliver Holtemöller and
ifo Schnelldienst, 2016, vol. 69, issue 04, 03-49
The current refugee crisis is creating a huge challenge for the European Union. Germany in particular is currently experiencing a flood of people, who are seeking safety and economic prospects. These individuals include a growing number of refugees: an estimated one million refugees came to Germany in 2015. And the flow of refugees continues. Can Germany’s economy capitalise on the opportunities offered by immigration? What are the costs of integration? These questions are discussed by the presidents of Germany’s leading economic research institutes, as well as other migration experts.
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