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Imigrants and ethnic enclaves. Swedish experiences
 
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Publication date: 2020-06-02
 
Problemy Polityki Społecznej 2011;16:113–120
 
ABSTRACT
This work refers to the research that examined the results of Swedish programs toward immigrants, in the years 1985-1994, based on directing refugees by the administrative decision to the certain place far from the area were their ethnic minorities already lived. The research cited in the article focused on the social impact of such policy, measured by the position on labor market of those people, the school attainment of their children in the generation and the dependency on social benefits of those people in comparison to those who lived outside the ethnic enclaves.
 
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