redistribution of immigrants in Canada by Canada. Employment and Immigration Canada (Dept.) Employment and Immigration Canada (Dept.) Immigration Policy Group

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  • Immigrants -- Canada,
  • Migration, Internal -- Canada

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Other titlesLa répartition ultérieure des immigrants au Canada.
Statementby Eric G. Moore, Brian K. Ray and Mark W. Rosenberg.
SeriesPopulation working paper -- no. 12.
ContributionsRay, Brian K., Rosenberg, Mark W., Moore, Eric G., Canada. Employment and Immigration Canada (Dept.). Policy and Program Development Branch. Immigration Policy Group., Canada. Employment and Immigration Canada (Dept.)
The Physical Object
Paginationiii, 23, iii, 25 p. :
Number of Pages25
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Open LibraryOL18235248M

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ow of immigrants to the United States during the last 30 years has signi cantly shaped the U.S. economy and society. Immigrants a ect native work-ers’ opportunities in the labor market, their productivity, and their specialization (see, for example, the book by Borjas () and the recent review by Peri ()).

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