Immigration and Germany's labour market

A recent paper from the Bank of Italy examines the impact of immigration to Western Germany in the 1990s on wages and unemployment.

The authors find that the substantial immigration waves in the 1990s had no impact on native workers, but it had instead an adverse employment and wage effect on previous waves of immigrant, as native and migrant workers do not compete for the same occupations.

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