Immigrant workers in Europe

  • Gustave Massiah
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Abstract

The immigration of workers is not an episodic phenomenon, restricted to a particular time and place: it constitutes one of the most fundamental and most permanent features of western economies. It is in this light that I propose to study it in this paper.

Keywords

Migration Corn Economic Crisis Europe Assimilation 

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Notes

  1. 2.
    Note in particular a study remarkable for its overall view and statistical documentation (500 itemised accounts): Jeanne Singer-Kerel, Les travailleurs étrangers — migrations internationales de main d’oeuvre (CNRS Publications, Centre de Documentation Sciences Humaines, 1979).Google Scholar
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    CEDETIM, Les Immigrés (Stock, 1975).Google Scholar
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    S. Amin, A. Faire, M. Hussein and G. Massiah, La crise de l’impérialisme (Minuit, 1976).Google Scholar
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    In particular see CEDETIM, Les Immigrés (Stock, 1975)Google Scholar
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    Sté Act, Environment international, production et emploi, Analyse prospective de l’immigration, 1977.Google Scholar
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    ‘L’immigration en RFA’, B. Behrens in Objectif Immigrés (May 1978), Brussels.Google Scholar
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    Suzanne Humberset, Les Mouvements Migratoires dans les Zones Frontalières en Suissé (Mémoire, Paris, 1980).Google Scholar
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    CEDETIM, Les Immigrés (Stock, 1975).Google Scholar

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© International Economic Association 1984

Authors and Affiliations

  • Gustave Massiah
    • 1
  1. 1.France

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