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Expert reports are outsourced by the Federal Office for Migration and Refugees to external research institutions or academics to achieve its objectives where applicable.

The expert reports exclusively express the opinions of the authors.

11 March 2012 The size, development and structure of the irregular population in Germany

The expert report by Dr. Dita Vogel and Manuel Aßner contains topical data analyses and estimations of the irregular migrant population in Germany for 2010.

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7 April 2010 Political participation of migrants in the Federal Republic of Germany and beyond the German border

In their expert report, Dr. Uwe Hunger and Menderers Candan present the current state of research concerning the topic "political participation of migrants in the Federal Republic of Germany and beyond the German border".

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17 December 2008 Paths to professional success of women with a migration background and reasons for their successful positioning in professional life

In their expert report, Prof. Dr. Manuela Westphal and Dr. Birgit Behrensen from the University Osnabrück investigate paths to professional success of female immigrants of the first and the second immigrant generation on the basis of 30 qualitative guideline-based interviews.

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27 November 2007 The significance of foreign self-employed people for the labour market and sectoral structural change

The study investigates the characteristics and accompanying circumstances of the growing number of self-employed foreigners in Germany.

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24 October 2006 Immigration for the purpose of gainful employment in demographic change

The expert report by Dr. Herbert Brücker, Dr. Hella Engerer and Dr. Ulrich Thießen studies the influence of the new labour migrants on the longer-term development of the German labour market against the background of demographic ageing and the shrinking of the population and of the fall in the availability of work.

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24 October 2006 Effects of migration management caused among the gainfully employed by the Immigration Act

The expert report by Max Steinhardt, Elmar Hönekopp, PD Dr. Michael Bräuninger, Dragos Radu and Prof. Dr. Thomas Straubhaar analyses the influence of the new labour migrants on the employment situation, as well as on the wage level and on the structure of the relevant labour markets.

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8 August 2006 Older migrants in Germany

The expert report by Dr. Peter Zeman reflects critically on the research situation concerning older migrants in Germany.

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8 August 2006 Comparison of the structures of integration promotion

The expert report by Ines Michalowski compares France, the Netherlands and Sweden with regard to central aspects of integration research.

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8 August 2006 Integration monitoring – State-of-the-art from an international perspective

The expert report by Manuel Siegert provides an overview of major data sources on the integration of immigrants, on projects to standardise data at European level, on studies on the development of integration indicators and on existing monitoring systems.

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