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Looking Local: Migrant Labor Market Integration At An Urban Scale

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Oct 29, 2014 / 0 Comments

By Casey Weston*

 

European countries have designed a wide variety of national policies to improve the labor market integration of migrants. Migrant employment outcomes, however, seem uncorrelated to the intensity of these national-level strategies. On November 3rd, the World Bank/Center for Mediterranean Integration International Labor Mobility (ILM) Program will convene a group of academics, practitioners, and policy advocates to examine barriers to migrants' labor market integration at the local level, and identify potential municipal-level policy solutions.

 

 

 

 

Casey Weston

Casey Weston is a member of the World Bank/Center for Mediterranean Integration International Labor Mobility (ILM) team. He has an undergraduate degree in Urban studies from Stanford University and a Masters in Urban Planning from New York University.

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