Sweden has the most development-friendly migration policies of all CDI countries. It has the best integration policies and the second largest share of refugees (in relative terms) after Germany. These positions reflect Sweden’s general openness toward migrants, with good scores across most indicators. It is committed to international migration, as reflected in the high score for the inflow of migrants, taking into account the GDP of the country of origin. However, Sweden approves only 35 percent of asylum applications, which is below the average for CDI countries and its lowest acceptance rate in the past five years. Sweden could still improve its migration policies by ratifying the Migration for Employment Convention.