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A tenth paper has been published in the series arising from the IMI project 'The Determinants of International Migration'. This paper looks at the post-colonial migration from Suriname to the Netherlands, which became an important theme in Dutch politics in the 1970s

Download WP-47-11: 'How the Dutch Government stimulated the unwanted immigration from Suriname', by Hans van Amersfoort, Emeritus Professor in Population Geography at the University of Amsterdam.

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