English title: Immigration and Policy: New Challenges after the Economic Crisis in Portugal.
Author(s): Maria Lucinda Fonseca - Jennifer McGarrigle -
Type: Book chapter
The current economic climate poses major questions about how immigrants will react and be impacted by the economic downturn. This article explores these processes, illustrating the link between national economic growth and the rise in immigration in the 1990s through the turn of the century. It considers the same relationship, albeit with the inverse direction, in the post-crisis period in Portugal. In addition to changes in flows, stock, and policy, attitudes toward immigrants and inter-group trust in Portugal compared with Greece and Spain are examined using recent survey data from the geitonies project.
From page no: 51
To page no: 75
Anthology: Impacts of the Recent Economic Crisis (2008-2009) on International Migration