In cooperation with "Migrationspolitiska föreningen i S"
The dramatic increase in refugee immigration to the Nordic countries during 2015 has drawn considerable attention to the potential consequences this will have for the Nordic labour and welfare model. It raises many questions. How much pressure will the refugee flow place on the sustainability of the welfare state? Will we be able to properly settle all the refugees? How will labour markets deal with the increased flow of employees, particularly in those areas of the labour market that are least regulated and with the lowest qualification requirements?