Braggion, Silvia (2017) Fiscal impact of migration in host countries. [Magistrali biennali]
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Nowadays more and more migrants choose European countries as their main destination. Eurostat data, in fact, shows a relentless upward trend of migration inflows since 2010. The recent financial crisis and the ageing of native population has enhanced the negative public attitudes toward foreigners. The widespread perception is that they represent an expenditure for the State Budget of a country: on the one hand they benefit more in public transfers, on the other they contribute less in taxes, further exacerbating the general government imbalance. The aim of the dissertation is to study whether and to what extent immigrants contribute in fiscal terms to the State Budget of the country they decide to settle in.
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