Illegal immigration and the underground economy
This paper looks at problems facing Southern European countries with high levels of illegal immigration and a firmly established underground economy. It will address questions about who the immigrants are and what attracts them to the area. The paper will also provide a broad outline of how the general employment situation in Southern Europe, while addressing problems associated with its long established underground economy. It argues that the issue of illegal immigration cannot be addressed...[Show more]
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