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Charles M. Beach, Alan G. Green and Christopher Worswick
Toward improving Canada’s skilled immigration policy: an evaluation approach
Toronto: C.D. Howe Institute, 2011, $21.95 sbk, (ISBN 9780888068521), 159 pp.
This book is written from an economic perspective by three economics professor emeritus in Queen’s university, all three of them has a PHD from world’s prominent universities such as Harvard and Princeton. The purpose of the book is to inform readers in political science, public policy, governmental agency, and immigration studies of the changes and how to improve in immigration policy especially in skilled workers. It gives a statistic reference to professors and researchers. It is a great source for people that are interested in social studies to read. Personally I find this book very well informed but at times difficult to understand the main points.
This book covers the development of Canadian Immigration policy, the history of this complicated process and some major changes in the pattern. What effects the characteristic of immigrants, and what effect of the policy has on their earning. The point value system is essential to discuss since this is the system how most of the immigrants are evaluated.
Here’s three main point that the author argues. First of all, the improvement needed in order to improve in labour markets. As many immigrants are coming in, we should have equivalent opening space in accommodating them. Help them to better integrate and adjust into our western Canadian society. The authors argue that immigrants contribute labour market skills that can increase productivity and fill labour market gaps, help maintain economic growth through increasing aggregate...
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..., in this review we’ve covered a brief summary of the book, the three main point that the authors argues alongside my personal view on the policy. I’ve enjoyed reading this very much. I developed more interest in reading similar articles and dive more into public policies. Out of all honesty, I do have to say that this book contains a lot of information that are sometime too vague. Other than that I strongly recommend reading it. It is a great way of getting to know how we can better the immigration policy in Canada and help new immigrants establish their new lives in our country.
Green, Worswick and Beach. Toward Improving Canada’s Skilled Immigration Policy: An Evaluation Approach. 2011. Print.
Who Qualifies for Canadian Permanent Residency/ Skilled worker Immigration? Canadian Citizenship and Immigration Resource Center 1994-2016. Web. 20 Sept. 2016.
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