International migration policies and data

International Migration Outlook 2010

 

 

     

2010 International Migration Outlook:
Migration key to long-term economic growth


 International migration has fallen during the economic crisis but as the recovery moves into gear, migrants will be needed to fill labour and skill shortages.

 

 The 2010 OECD International Migration Outlook analyses recent developments in migration movements and policies in OECD countries.

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Introduction

Notes related to the following tables

 

A.1. Foreign and foreign-born populations in the OECD countries: stocks and flows


A.2. Foreign and foreign-born labour force in the OECD countries: stocks and flows

 

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