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Description: Germany is currently experiencing a huge inflow of migrants. In this vignette study, we analyze how much different kinds of migrants are accepted in Germany. We investigate three different rights for migrants: the right to stay in Germany, the right to work in Germany and the right to receive social benefits. Our results show that people who flee from political persecution are much more accepted compared to migrants who come because of economic reasons. This is particularly true for the right to receive social benefits. On the other hand, our results suggest that there is a strong preference for high-skilled and culturally non-distant migrants. Concerns regarding individual competition on the job market seem to play only a minor role.


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replication package for Czymara & Schmidt-Catran (2016). KZfSS. DOI: 10.1007/s11577-016-0361-x

Replication materials for Czymara & Schmidt-Catran. (2016): Who is welcome in Germany? A Vignette Study on the Acceptance of Immigrants. DOI: 10.1...

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