Research by Giovanni Peri published in Special Edition of Labour Economics
Evidence from European elections shows that the skill of immigrants rather than origin helps to drive voter and party attitudes regarding the welfare state. Higher-skilled immigrants cause a higher support among voters for a welfare state while the opposite is true for low-skilled immigrants. This research was published in a special issue of Labour Economics focusing on the economics of migration and features the work of GMC Director Giovanni Peri.
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