Boll, Christina Lagemann, Andreas Welsch, Achim Wolf, André
Year of Publication:
HWWI Policy Paper 127
Several EU Member States have traditionally been a destination for migrants, whether they come from within the EU or elsewhere in the world. The flow of migrants has led to a range of new skills and talents being introduced into local labour markets while also increasing cultural diversity. The relevance of a stronger integration of migrants into the labour markets and societal lives of host countries exists from both a macroe-conomic and an individual perspective.