* 5 Results enter search term Search Reset filter Suchfilter Content Type Publications (5) Topics Integration (5) Europe (3) Labor Market (3) Attitudes toward Migration (2) Emerging Markets & Developing Countries (2) European Union (2) Migration (2) Germany (1) Publication Type Journal Article (4) Working Paper (1) Research Immigrant Integration (3) Countries of Origin and First Asylum (1) Experts Carolina Viviana Zuccotti (1) David Benček (1) Heliodoro Temprano Arroyo (1) Julia Strasheim (1) Martin Ruhs (1) Michele Battisti (1) Nadzeya Laurentsyeva (1) Rezart Hoxhaj (1) Yvonne Giesing (1) Date Last Month Last Year Select Period start date to end date Sort by Relevance Date Aktive Filter Topics: Integration Tags: refugees Remove all filters Journal Article The complex relationship between immigrants’ concentration, socioeconomic environment and attitudes towards immigrants in Europe 05.03.2020 Research has shown that positive attitudes towards immigration are often associated with a higher presence of immigrants at the local level; however, this relationship might not apply everywhere. Journal Article Refugees Welcome? A Dataset on Anti-Refugee Violence in Germany 01.10.2016 The recent rise of xenophobic attacks against refugees in Germany has sparked both political and scholarly debates on the drivers, dynamics, and consequences of right-wing violence. Journal Article Can Job Search Assistance Improve the Labour Market Integration for Refugees? 02.12.2019 We conducted a field experiment to evaluate the impact of job-search assistance on the employment of recently arrived refugees in Germany. Journal Article Can Labor Immigration Work for Refugees? 01.01.2019 Introduction Most high-income countries make a strict distinction in their immigration poli-cies between refugees and those deemed to be labor migrants. Working Paper Promoting Labour Market Integration of Refugees with Trade Preferences: Beyond the EU-Jordan Compact 01.07.2018 Trade preferences provide a potential policy tool for supporting refugee employment in countries of first asylum.