Philipp Jaschke is a Doctorate Researcher in the Migration and International Labor Studies Department at the Institute for Employment Research (IAB) in Nuremberg. His research centers on labor market aspects of migration, including the role of social networks, economic geography, and integration policies for (humanitarian) immigrants. His work also addresses health policies for asylum seekers and issues related to the selection of international (non-humanitarian) migrants.
He received his MSc degree in economics from Kiel University in Germany and his undergraduate degree from the University of Bonn.
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As the top destination in Europe for asylum seekers in recent years, Germany has rolled out a number of integration policy changes. Based on an early look at how newcomers’ integration is progressing, the report finds the policies have had ambiguous implications. The report also provides insights into the demographic and socioeconomic characteristics of the asylum seeker and refugee population.