Impact of Migration on Employment in Austria and the role of integration policies (2000‐2009): Draft‐ Report of the National Expert to the IOM Independent Network of Labour Migration & Integration Experts (LMIE‐INET).
Gudrun Biffl Donau-Universität Krems
Edition Donau‐Universität Krems
The Austrian IOM LMIE-INET report focuses on the impact of migration on employment
within the broader context of socio-economic development of Austria. An introductory
section provides an overview of economic and labour market developments of Austria relative
to the EU 27 between the year 2000 and 2009. The introductory note is followed by Report I,
which takes a closer look at labour market developments in the light of changing migration
policies and migration dynamics. The following section (Report II) builds on the overview of
labour market outcomes and indicates what role specific labour market integration policies
have on the labour market outcomes of migrants.
The definitions used are in line with the methodology of the EC Employment in Europe
reports. Data from various sources are combined to obtain a comprehensive picture of the
Austrian employment situation and the role of migration and integration policies.
The report draws on research results of different disciplines in Austria and on EU level,
documenting the impact of migration in the various socio-economic development phases and
the role of different migration regimes in that context.
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