Integration of Immigrants, Demographic Trends, and Deployment of Services in the Southern District
Author: Yaakov Kop, Dalit Sharon Policy Research

In September 1990, the 100,000th immigrant from the former Soviet Union came to Israel. This is an unprecedented number of immigrants since the founding of the State. This paper uses demographic models to look at the implications of the integration of such a large number of immigrants in the southern region of the country over the next few years.

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