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The economic impact of immigration in Greece: taking stock of the existing evidence
Southeast European and Black Sea Studies
The Economic Impact of Immigration in Greece: Taking Stock of the Existing Evidence * Greece was traditionally an emigration country. However, since the early 1990s it became an immigrant destination and nowadays up to a tenth of the population are immigrants, mainly from neighbouring Balkan countries and, especially, Albania. This large scale immigration within a short time period had important social, as well as, economic consequences. The paper reviews the existing evidence and concludesdoi:10.1080/14683850902723439 fatcat:vyjb3vgg75a27cjuzbt4wbffq4