Central Bank Research Hub - JEL classification F22: International Migration

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Immigration to the U.S.: A problem for the Republicans or the Democrats?

Bank of France Working Papers [View] (Paper: 597, 03.06.2016)

JEL: F22, J61

How do regional labor markets adjust to immigration? A dynamic analysis for post-war Germany

Deutsche Bundesbank Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: 05/2016, 11.04.2016)

JEL: F22, J61

Spain: from immigration to emigration?

Bank of Spain Working Papers [View] (Paper: 1503, 18.02.2015)

JEL: F22, J61, J64

Explaining the Mexican-American Health Paradox Using Selectivity Effects

Bank of Mexico Working Papers [View] (Paper: 2015-02, 22.01.2015)

JEL: F22, L10, O15

Wealth differences across borders and the effect of real estate price dynamics: Evidence from two household surveys

Central Bank of Luxembourg Working Papers [View] (Paper: 090, 10.05.2014)

JEL: D31, F22, J61, R23, R31

Wealth differences across borders and the effect of real estate price dynamics: evidence from two household surveys

European Central Bank Working papers [View] (Paper: 1672, 07.05.2014)

JEL: D31, F22, J61, R31

Don't stand so close to me: the urban impact of immigration

Bank of Italy Working Papers [View] (Paper: 866, 11.05.2012)

JEL: F22, J15, R21, R23

Immigration, Remmittances and Business Cycles

Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System International Financial Discussion Papers [View] (Paper: 0998, 25.06.2010)

JEL: F22, F41

Micro evidence of the brain gain hypothesis: The case of Cape Verde (1.132 KB)

Bank of Spain Working Papers [View] (Paper: 0902, 24.03.2009)

JEL: F22, J24, O15

On the aggregate effects of immigration in Spain

Bank of Spain Working Papers [View] (Paper: 0714, 11.06.2007)

JEL: E10, F22

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