1. Buenos Aires. Population and citizens of Buenos Aires.
Buenos Aires - capital city of Argentina and second –largest metropolitan in South America. Population in Buenos Aires about 3 millions. (Forstall, Greene, and Pick ) The bulk of the population are Spaniards and Italians. About 30% - and Métis representatives of other nationalities , among which are the communities of Jews, English, Armenian , Japanese, Chinese , Arabs and Koreans . Also there are migrants from neighboring countries, primarily from Bolivia and Paraguay. ( Hidalgo, Bengochea, Abilleira, Cabrera and Alvarez) The indigenous people of Buenos Aires have a half-humorous nickname - Porteno . Population of the capital and its suburbs is growing rapidly, including through immigration and guest workers from Bolivia , Paraguay , Peru and other neighboring countries. The city is very multicultural, but the main separation occurs along class communities and not on racial lines , as in the U.S.
Evidences on the impact of immigration on the labor market
As a result,immigrants play an important role in the labor market : they are "marginal "workers , the location decision wage differences through arbitration
regions.Empirical evidence that immigrants improve labor Market efficiency by providing additional and complementary workforce . Generally speaking, immigration is not harmful to the host labor market or the economy. most studies on the impact of immigration on the labor market was concerned .The effect of immigration on wages and not in labor force participation or unemployment .
Borjas (2003) noted that the impact of wages varies from study learn, but " cluster around zero " which contradicts with Theoretical prediction of the downward pressure . whether the reasons methodological issues ( misspecification , and endogeneity heterogeneity ) , market forces in specific cases (the area of anti-factor share approach4) or institutional factors has not been established. Meta-analysis of international studies ( Longhi and 2004) defines general conclusions that are likely to apply also to Argentina. With overall average -0.119 standard deviations of wages , the authors emphasize that the more downstream effects in a tight job market , Another important policy issue is the impact on employment results in labor force participation , and (un) employment rate . International literature on the impact of immigration on the (un) employment has a smaller volume than on wages and the effect of immigration on the labor turnover and transitions appears to date have not been studied .
2. Immigration to Argentina and its influence on Argentine culture and health care.
The food was also under the influence of immigration in Argentina. They brought with them many of their traditional foods from Europe. Italian pizza and brought a lot of different types of pasta . English, German , Jewish and everyone brought some of their traditional dishes as well. The British introduced tea...