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Canadian Immigration: Economic Evidence for a Dynamic Policy Environment (Queen's Policy Study Series)

Ted Mcdonald, Elizabeth Ruddick, Arthur Sweetman

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ISBN 10: 1553392817 / ISBN 13: 9781553392811
Published by Queens Univ School of Policy, 2010
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Title: Canadian Immigration: Economic Evidence for ...

Publisher: Queens Univ School of Policy

Publication Date: 2010

Book Condition:Very Good

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Over the last few decades, in stark contrast to the situation of previous generations, immigrants to Canada have suffered from a marked decline in economic outcomes. As a result, economic and social issues regarding immigration are at the forefront of the Canadian policy agenda. Canadian Immigration assists in the crucial task of expanding the evidence base for decisions on new immigration and integration of immigrants by presenting a series of rigorous empirical investigations relating to the economics of immigration. The contributors to this volume showcase their expertise by providing updates on the impacts that closely related economic and social factors have on immigration policy and recently arrived immigrants. These essays consider a range of timely topics, including temporary foreign workers, employment, self-employment, education, and earnings trajectories.

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Ted McDonald is a professor in economics at the University of New Brunswick. Elizabeth Ruddick is director general of research and evaluation at Citizenship and Immigration Canada. Arthur Sweetman is a professor of policy studies at Queen's University. Christopher Worswick is an associate professor of economics at Carleton University.

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