Today the need to integrate refugees poses a new challenge to social systems.
This will probably necessitate additional reforms. On the one hand these
reforms should aim to facilitate the labour market integration of refugees with
tailored services such as language training and subsidised employment. On the
other hand it is important to examine how the welfare state can be adjusted in
such a way that it does not function as a misguided magnet for immigration and
thus become unaffordable.