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The evolution of immigration and asylum policy in Luxembourg: insights from IMPALA

Michel Beine () and Bénédicte Souy ()
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Michel Beine: CREA, Université du Luxembourg
Bénédicte Souy: CREA, Université du Luxembourg

CREA Discussion Paper Series from Center for Research in Economic Analysis, University of Luxembourg

Abstract: This article presents and discusses the evolution of immigration policy of Luxembourg concerning the entry of economic, family related and humanitarian migrants. To that aim, we rely on some of the data of the IMPALA project that codes from immigration laws the entry conditions in a set of immigration countries. We focus on some entry tracks specific to skilled and unskilled migrants and compare some of the conditions prevailing in Luxembourg with those observed in France, the US and Australia. We also propose a narrative analysis of the changes in the Luxembourgish regulation since the end of the 19th Century. We show that Luxembourg has improved its immigration system over time and follows mainly reforms introduced in the other European countries and at the European level.

Keywords: IMPALA project; Immigration policy; Asylum policy; Luxembourgish regulation (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: K37 F22 J08 J61 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
New Economics Papers: this item is included in nep-eur, nep-int and nep-mig
Date: 2016
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