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Tony Fang


Clueless business people who don't understand how to value immigrant economic and labour contributions
Macroeconomic Impacts of Canadian Immigration: Results from a Macro-Model (2012)
Published on: April 9, 2022
The tinderbox of potential concerns on the part of immigrants from their lack of economic assimilation could turn into an inferno if it were also accompanied by negative reactions on the part of domestic-born Canadians if immigrants were having a negative impact on the labour market for domestic-born workers or on the macro-economy in general. The purpose of this paper is to examine whether there is such a negative effect.
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Retention & integration of refugees in Newfoundland (2018)
Published on: April 9, 2022
This report examines experiences of refugees that have settled in Newfoundland and Labrador and analyzes factors that can potentially enhance refugee integration and factors that can negatively impact their settlement experiences and retention in the province. The potential demographic and economic benefits of refugee settlement in the province cannot be realized if refugees come but then choose to leave.
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Computer use among immigrants in the workplace - how does it vary by gender, educational level, ethnicity, occupation and tenure? (2012)
Published on: February 28, 2012
In order to assess the occupational integration of immigrants, this report asks whether immigrants and the Canadian-born have equal access to jobs that incorporate high levels of occupational skill.
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Are immigrant wages affected by the source of job search information? (2010)
Published on: March 28, 2010
What are the labour market outcomes – in this case defined as average hourly wages – for currently employed immigrants, based on the source of information used to find their job?
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