Since 1999, municipalities in Denmark have been responsible for integrating refugees, immigrants and family reunified people into the Danish labor market. Over the years, many different approaches have been taken with the goal to improve the integration efforts. Many methods and models have been developed and tested locally, but there is still uncertainty about what works, how and under what conditions.
This will be investigated by the Economic Assimilation Research Network (EARN).
EARN is supported by the Innovation Fund. The project is a partnership between the University of Copenhagen, LG Insight, the National Research and Analysis Center for Welfare (VIVE) and the Ministry of Immigration and Integration Affairs.
The project will run from 1. Jan. 2017 to 31. Dec. 2021. This page contains the scientific output from EARN, for reports, newsletters and other information, please visit the Danish website.