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Does the education level of refugees affect natives’ attitudes?

This paper examines whether attitudes toward refugees in Germany are affected by beliefs about refugees’ educational attainment. The analysis is based on an online survey experiment conducted with more than 4,000 respondents representative of the adult population in...

German public opinion on admitting refugees

This paper discusses German public attitudes to admitting refugees. The paper presents descriptive statistics from the Barometer of Public Opinion on Refugees in Germany, which is a representative survey of around 2,000 German residents in March 2016. Main findings:...

Obstacles to Refugees’ Self-Reliance in Germany

This article discusses the impediments to refugees’ employment and self-reliance in Germany. The majority of refugees and asylum seekers in Germany rely on government welfare. There are many practical barriers to work including: (a) access to government language...

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