Developed countries around the world and especially in Europe have been trying to reduce migration flows since the 90s. The question is if their increased migration is simply a symptom of their success in the international markets. In this research 32 OECD countries are analysed with a closed up look on six differing cases and their performance on three fields: economy, policy and migration. Results show that economy and migration factors are the strongest correlating factors while policy seems to affect economic factors and both directly and indirectly affect migration itself.

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Thesis Advisor Prof.dr. P.W.A. Scholten, Dr. A. Pisarevskaya
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Series Public Administration
Wassim, Benali. (2019, February 19). Trade and migration of foreign nationals in the globalized OECD. Public Administration. Retrieved from