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Assessing Migration and Integration in an Immigration Hesitant Country : The Sources and Problems of Data in Germany

Assessing Migration and Integration in an Immigration Hesitant Country : The Sources and Problems of Data in Germany

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DIEHL, Claudia, Sonja HAUG, 2003. Assessing Migration and Integration in an Immigration Hesitant Country : The Sources and Problems of Data in Germany. In: Studi emigrazione : international journal of migration studies = Migration studies. 40(152), pp. 747-771. ISSN 0039-2936

@article{Diehl2003Asses-26809, title={Assessing Migration and Integration in an Immigration Hesitant Country : The Sources and Problems of Data in Germany}, year={2003}, number={152}, volume={40}, issn={0039-2936}, journal={Studi emigrazione : international journal of migration studies = Migration studies}, pages={747--771}, author={Diehl, Claudia and Haug, Sonja} }

Diehl, Claudia 2014-06-03T08:05:23Z 2014-06-03T08:05:23Z Haug, Sonja Haug, Sonja Diehl, Claudia eng This article surveys the existing data on immigration & integration in Germany, as well as the difficulties that users of such data often face. It begins by introducing the evolution of immigration, the characteristics of the foreign-origin population, & the basic features of German reception & integration policies. It follows an overview of existing official & unofficial aggregate & individual-level data on immigration, emigration, & the size & characteristics of the immigrant stock. Finally, the article summarizes several exemplary studies that draw on such information, & briefly discusses the shortcomings of the various data sources. 50 References. Adapted from the source document. terms-of-use Assessing Migration and Integration in an Immigration Hesitant Country : The Sources and Problems of Data in Germany 2003 Studi emigrazione : international journal of migration studies = Migration studies ; 40 (2003), 152. - S. 747-771

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