Titel: Immigration in Singapore and the USA
Autoren/Herausgeber: Daniel Markus Jueterbock, Peter Torre
Ausgabe: 1., Auflage
Seminar paper from the year 2008 in the subject Economics - International Economic Relations, grade: 78, Curtin University of Technology (Curtin Business School), language: English, abstract: The aim of this report is to outline the key features of our presentation and write a summary of the class discussion that we initiated. The aim of the presentation was to critically analyse two countries of our choice, then choose a topic relating to industrial relations and then compare the two countries. Singapore and USA were chosen for the presentation and the topic chosen was immigration. The body of this report is divided into seven main sections. The first section of the report gives an overview of each country, stating information such as the size and population of both countries. In the second section the economy of both countries is discussed and some demographic data is given. The third section explains the immigration laws within both countries while section four compares the ways both countries try to attract or discourage immigrants. The fifth section identifies the target groups of policies within both of the countries. The types of jobs immigrants are usually used for within both counties is discussed in section six. The seventh and final section explains what was discussed within the presentation amongst the class and shows ideas and opinions that students gave to us from discussing our topic.