Marked (Swe) is in Swedish

About 2 million born abroad in Sweden – SVT, 2019. (Swe)

An analysis of immigrations effect on the public finances in Sweden 1950-2014 – Sandro Scocco, Lars Fredrik Andersson, Arena idé, 2015 (Swe)

An unsolvable problem – Rebecca Weidmo Uvell, 2019 (Swe)

A risk that unemployment are passed down – Statistics Sweden, 2017 (Swe)

Borderless – documentary by Lauren Southern, 2019

Dare to talk about Swedish customs – Mustafa Panshiri, 2016 (Swe)

Denmark: In one generation, our country has changed – 2019

Education among immigrants 2014:6 – (Swe)

Education level among immigrants – Ekonomifakta (Swe)

Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR)

Few immigrated physicians pass the exams – 2019

Freedom of Speech in Denmark – Department of Justice, 2020 (Danish)

Jens Ganman & Mustafa Panshiri: Det lilla landet som kunde (Swe)

Granted recidence permits 2018 – (Swe)

Hard situation for women in immigration centers – 2016 (Swe)

The hidden retirement debt: 19 out of 21 countys are brankrupt – Skandia, 2018 (Swe)

How much immigration can Sweden handle? – Alice Teodorescu, 2016. (Swe)

Immigration and economy – blog by economist Joakim Ruist (Swe)

Immigration and public finances – The department of Finances 2009 (Swe)

Immigration can save the country-side – Expressen, 2014. (Swe)

Immigration saves the welfare state – 2015. (Swe)

Impact assessments for migration policy decisions (RiR 2017:25) – Swedish NAO, 2017

Interpret the interpretation investigation – Rebecca Weimo Uvell 2019 (Swe)

I’ve Worked with Refugees for Decades. Europe’s Afghan Crime Wave Is Mind-Boggling – Cheryl Benard, 2017.

Katerina Janouch: The Image of Sweden, book (Swe)

Katerina Janouch: I’m not lying about the image of Sweden – SVT Debate, 2017 (Swe)

Migration Data Portal

MIPEX – Migrant Integration Policy Index

Minister roar to the Employment Service: You just have to fix this – 2016. (Swe)

Douglas Murray: The strange death of Europe – immigration, identity, islam. 2017, book.

Nine years to get a job – 2017. Svenskt Näringsliv. (Swe)


Prognosis of activity and spending July 2018 – The Migration Agency (Swe)

Protection and asylum in Sweden – Swedish Migration Agency

Tino Sanandaji: Mass-challenge – economical politics against alienation & antisocial behaviour, 2016, book. (Swe)

Sweden: The Cost of Migration – Gatestone Institute, 2019.

The future employment of Sweden – Swedish Public Employment Service, 2019 (Swe)

The bill for asylum provision is 212 billion kronor – Tino Sanandaji, 2018. (Swe)

The Employment Service: Sweden needs large immigration to avoid a lack of labour – 2016. (Swe)

The Future Population of Sweden 2018-2070 – Statistics Sweden (Swe)

The Governments proposition concerning guidelines for the politics regarding immigration and minorities. 1975:26 – (Swe)

The imbalance between genders are almost like in China – Hans Rosling 2015 (Swe)

The (In)compatibility of Diversity and Sense of Community – Zachary P. Neal, Jennifer Watling Neal, 2014.

The Swedish Language – The Municiapal Worker’s Union, 2019. (Swe)

The Swedish Migration Agency

Things will go to hell if they don’t get jobs – Aftonbladet, 2019 (Swe)

Thousands of well-educated flee to Sweden – SVT News, 2015. (Swe)

Unemployment among immigrants – Ekonomifakta Facts about Immigration – 2015 (Swe)


When does immigrants become self-sufficient? Swedish Entrepeneurship Forum, 2020. (Swe)

With the Migrants Voice – Institute for Future Studies, 2019 (Swe). Summary by World Values Survey in English.

Lars Åberg: The City of the Future – if the Sweden of tomorrow become like Malmö today, what will Sweden be like then? – 2017, book. (Swe)


Diversity demands a mutual culture – Dan Korn, Timbro, 2017 (Swe)

Follow our values – Torbjörn Elensky, Axess nr 3, 2017. (Swe)

Harrowing new report from Statistics Sweden about integration – Tino Sanandaji 2013. (Swe)

Sweden the worst at integration? – Ekonomifakta, 2017. (Swe)

Time for integration ESO 2018:3 – Joakim Ruist (Swe)

We made mistakes – that’s why segregation increase – Ibrahim Baylan, 2017. (Swe)

What it takes to truly be ‘One of us’ – Pew Research Center, 2017