This paper discusses policy implications from the empirical results obtained in the preceding tasks and, in particular, from
a survey among city representatives and representatives of migrant organisations in 40 European cities. It argues that cultural
diversity is a distinct aspect of migration that must be taken into account when designing policies. Moreover, it pleads for
integrating migration and innovation policies to better use the economic potentials linked to migration. In order to achieve
this goal, local actors should be incorporated into the design and implementation of (future) integration policies to take
adequately into account the regional heterogeneity in diversity effects observed.
Forschungsbereich:Arbeitsmarkt, Einkommen und soziale Sicherheit