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If Europe’s refugees were a country, this is what it would look like

How will Europe integrate its new arrivals? Image: REUTERS/Juan Medina

Kai Chan

Distinguished Fellow, INSEAD Innovation and Policy Initiative

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Regional origins of migrants entering Europe (arrivals from Oct 2014-15) Image: Economist; Eurostat; Frontex; UNHCR; author’s calculations.
Vital statistics of migrants vs. EU and Germany (arrivals from Jan 2008 to Feb 2017) Image: BAMF; Economist; EPI; Eurostat; Frontex; GMAT; IMF; Pew Research; UIS; UNDP; UNHCR; UN FAO; WHO; World Bank; WEF; author’s calculations (country origin and acceptance rate based on Oct 2014-15 data)

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