Collection

Migration Advisory Committee: commissioned research

The Migration Advisory Committee commissions research to inform its work. You can find a selection of recent research in this collection.

This is a collection of research that the Migration Advisory Committee has commissioned from academic institutions and research institutes.

Documents

  1. Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report: assessing labour market shortages

    • Corporate report
  2. Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report: teacher shortages in the UK

    • Corporate report
  3. Migration Advisory Committee (MAC) report: labour market for nurses in the UK

    • Corporate report
  4. Impact of migration on UK consumer prices

    • Independent report
  5. Low skilled sectors of the UK economy: social care and retail sectors

    • Independent report
  6. Composition of the workforce in the low skilled sectors of the UK

    • Independent report
  7. Labour force composition in low skilled sectors of the UK economy

    • Independent report
  8. Economic and labour market impacts: Tier 1

    • Independent report
  9. Impact of migration on social cohesion and integration

    • Independent report
  10. Impact of migration on access to housing and the housing market

    • Independent report
  11. Impact of migration on the consumption of education and children’s services

    • Independent report
  12. Impact of migration on crime and victimisation

    • Independent report
  13. Impact of migration on UK public services

    • Independent report
  14. Impact of migration on transport and congestion

    • Independent report
  15. Labour shortages, skill shortages and skill gaps

    • Research and analysis
Published 10 January 2013
Last updated 26 January 2017 + show all updates
  1. New MAC reports on teacher shortages in the UK and assessing labour market shortages.
  2. New MAC report on the labour market for nurses in the UK.
  3. New report on the evaluation of existing migration forecasting methods and models.
  4. New independent reports.
  5. First published.