Economic aspects of migration


Special studies


 Annual OECD-CEPII conferences on immigration in OECD countries


Migrants' Skills and the Labour Market

"Matching economic migration with labour market needs": This project launched in 2011 by the European Commission and the OECD aims to provide new insights on the policies needed to ensure that economic migration can effectively respond to labour market needs in the current European demographic context.

It led to two publications:

A policy brief in association to the second publication, has been released as well. 

The OECD Programme for the International Assessment of Adult Competencies (PIAAC) also allows to analyse migrants' skill levels, returns, transferability and use.



(project and publications)

Migration, Remittances and Development (publication, 2006)

Database on Immigrants in OECD and non-OECD Countries: DIOC (data)


Country reviews (OECD Economic Surveys)


Talent Abroad (publications)

A Review of Ghanaian Emigrants (2022)

A Review of Indonesian Emigrants (2022)

A Review of Georgian Emigrants (2022)

An overview of Ivorian emigration (2022, in French only) 

An overview of Senegalese emigration (2022, in French only

An overview of Malian emigration (2022, in French only

A review of Romanian Emigrants (2019)

A review of Tunisian Emigrants (2018, in French only)

A review of Moroccan Emigrants (2016)

A review of German Emigrants (2015)



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