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Understanding Germany and high skilled immigration & integration : macro-national, meso-organizational & micro-individual factors

Jänicke, M.P.J. (2014) Understanding Germany and high skilled immigration & integration : macro-national, meso-organizational & micro-individual factors.

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Abstract:In this research we are emphasizing the concept of high skilled immigration in the context of high skilled immigration & integration to Germany by conducting a content analysis based on relevant Google hit lists and expert interviews. The thesis contains an overview about the most important concepts with respect to the literature on high skilled immigration and integration. We are planning to highlight negative and positive factors about Germany as a destination and host country from the perspective of immigrants, experts and authors of articles of most relevant Web Pages according to Google. We are reviewing how high skilled immigration & integration is addressed in relevant Web pages and expert interviews and emphasize the factors that appear most strikingly. Secondly we are approaching the organisational level and have a look at small and medium sized enterprises in Germany. We are doing research on organisational policies and practices that are in place to account for high skilled immigration & integration. All this is done based on a research model that introduces relevant concepts respectively. This research model is further elaborated with additional literature about high skilled immigration and high skilled immigration & integration to Germany. The content analysis of relevant Web pages, articles and expert interviews are underpinning the given research model and suggest future directions research can take. This research offers ideas for organisations to cope with future labour market shortages by addressing high skilled immigration & integration. Moreover it serves as a guide for individuals that plan to work and settle in Germany.
Item Type:Essay (Master)
Faculty:BMS: Behavioural, Management and Social Sciences
Subject:85 business administration, organizational science
Programme:Business Administration MSc (60644)
Link to this item:http://purl.utwente.nl/essays/66439
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