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Methods Of Analysis Of Illegal Immigration Into The United States, Vernon Briggs Mar 2012

Methods Of Analysis Of Illegal Immigration Into The United States, Vernon Briggs

Vernon M Briggs Jr

"A major barrier to the discussion of the scope and impact of illegal immigration on the American economy has been the inadequacy of existing data. Although data problems are not unique to this topic, the limited availability of macro-data on the size of the annual flows and of the accumulated stock of individuals as well as of micro-data on their influences on selected labor markets has been effectively used to forestall policy reform efforts."


Methods Of Analysis Of Illegal Immigration Into The United States, Vernon Briggs Mar 2012

Methods Of Analysis Of Illegal Immigration Into The United States, Vernon Briggs

Vernon M Briggs Jr

"A major barrier to the discussion of the scope and impact of illegal immigration on the American economy has been the inadequacy of existing data. Although data problems are not unique to this topic, the limited availability of macro-data on the size of the annual flows and of the accumulated stock of individuals as well as of micro-data on their influences on selected labor markets has been effectively used to forestall policy reform efforts."


Change And Continuity In The Irish Urban System: 1966-1981, James Lutz, David Huff Sep 2010

Change And Continuity In The Irish Urban System: 1966-1981, James Lutz, David Huff

James M Lutz

No abstract provided.


Emulation And Policy Adoptions In The Canadian Provinces, James Lutz Sep 2010

Emulation And Policy Adoptions In The Canadian Provinces, James Lutz

James M Lutz

No abstract provided.


The Social Implications Of Information Security Measures On Citizens And Business, K. Michael, M. G. Michael May 2006

The Social Implications Of Information Security Measures On Citizens And Business, K. Michael, M. G. Michael

Professor Katina Michael

The 2006 Workshop on the Social Implications of Information Security Measures on Citizens and Business was organised by the Research Network for a Secure Australia (RNSA) funded by the Australian Research Council. The Workshop will become a biennial event bringing together both researchers and practitioners in the fields relating to the national research priority entitled Safeguarding Australia.

In 2006, the workshop was held on the 29th May, at the Function Centre at the University of Wollongong between 8.30 am and 5.00 pm.

The Workshop was organised by RNSA members of the Centre for eBusiness Applications Research at the ...