Gaining from Migration
Towards a New Mobility System
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With this publication, the OECD Development Centre—in co-operation with the OECD Directorate for Employment, Labour and Social Affairs (DELSA) and the European Commission—provides an in-depth assessment of the contributions that migration is making to receiving and sending countries.
The report is a summary of recommendations that offer a road map to a new system of labour mobility. The policy innovations proposed here will be of interest to decision makers in migrant-sending and migrant-receiving countries. New ideas, based on an exhaustive review of past policy experiences in Europe and elsewhere, are offered for policies related to labour markets, integration, development co-operation and the engagement of diasporas.
Click on the pictures to play videos and watch the launch* of the report during the EU High Level Conference on Legal Migration in Lisbon (Portugal) on 13 September 2007.
HOW TO OBTAIN THIS PUBLICATION?
Readers will have access to the full version of Gaining from Migration: Towards a New Mobility System choosing from the following options:
Migration at the Development Centre
DEV Centre Policy Brief No 28: Migration, Aid and Trade: Policy coherence for development
DEV Centre Policy Brief No 30: Policies for Migration and Development: A European perspective
DEV Centre WP 249: Migration Policy and its Interactions with Aid, Trade, and Foreign Direct Investment Policies: A Background Paper
DEV Centre WP 250: Effects of Migration on Sending Countries: What Do We Know?
Migration: a Negative or a Positive Driver for Development?