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Economic and Ethical Impacts of Immigration
Charvát, Ondřej ; Cahlík, Tomáš (advisor) ; Chorna, Olena (referee)
This thesis analyses the relationship between immigration and native employment rate based on the similarity of the educational attainment and age of immigrants and native-born population. The results of this thesis are in line with recent studies suggesting an increase in native employment by 0.44 % in event of an increase in the share of immigrants by 1 %.
Impact of immigration on the economical indicators in Australia, Great Brita-in and United states of America
Baránková, Petra ; Macáková, Libuše (advisor) ; Sirůček, Pavel (referee)
The diploma thesis deals with the issue of immigration and its impact on the economy in Australia, Great Britain and the United States of America. In the introduction, various migration theories explaining the migration motifs and immigration policies, whose specifics and the type of requirements of the monitored countries sheds the composition of incoming individuals, are discussed. This profile is complemented by the analysis itself, which examines the socio-economic factors of foreign-born population living in the monitored countries. This analysis is carried out by cross-sectional data comparisons, but it monitors the arrival times of individuals, providing an overview within the timeline. In order to determine the impact of immigration on employment and average wages, regression was used, but this effect was in no way proven beyond the impact on average wages in Australia.

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