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Papeles de población

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VALERO-MATAS, Jesús A.; COCA, Juan R.  and  MIRANDA-CASTANEDA, Sergio. The migratory flows in Spain: an analysis of the migration and immigration input from European Union. Pap. poblac [online]. 2010, vol.16, n.65, pp. 233-256. ISSN 1405-7425.

External migration has always been present in Spanish history. Few years ago Spanish people has migrated to Latin-Americans and Europe countries. Now, as Spain has ceased to be a sender of immigrants and has become a receiver of such, it may seem that emigration no longer exists at all. Reality tells us differently Also Spain. especially since 1986 (when it joined the European Union) has meant a large-scale transformation went from being a country of emigrants to a country of immigrants. In this article we show this process and the social consequences of this one.

Keywords : Spain; emigrants; immigrants; labour.

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