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|Title:||Change and continuity in Australian international migration policy|
|Citation:||International Migration Review, 2014; 48(3):868-890|
|Abstract:||Almost half Australia's population are an immigrant or the child of an immigrant. This paper traces changes in Australia's immigration policy over the postwar period and relates them to changing global and national developments. While Australian postwar immigration policy changes are similar in many ways to those in other “traditional” migration countries there are a number of distinctive elements. The effectiveness of those policies in achieving government goals is assessed and it is concluded that most objectives of policy have been successfully achieved. Nevertheless there are a number of challenges which Australian policy makers face over the next decade.|
|Rights:||© 2014 by the Center for Migration Studies of New York. All rights reserved.|
|Appears in Collections:||Economics publications|
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