with Natalia Vigezzi
Publication year: 2019


The first part of the report uses data from the latest edition of the European Labour Force Survey (EULFS 2017) to provide a concise, easily accessible and up-to-date source of reference regarding the size, characteristics, and relative economic performance of immigrants in EU countries. In the second part we take a longer-term perspective, and for the first time we study the experience of six EU countries – France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Sweden and the UK – in the last twenty years (1995-2016), paying special attention to long term assimilation patterns and using data from earlier editions of the EULFS.

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