Bridging Trade Theory and Labour Econometrics: The Effects of International Migration
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This paper surveys current theoretical and empirical research on international migrationwith a particular emphasis on the links between trade theory and labour empirics.
Gaston, Noel and Nelson, Douglas. 2013. Bridging Trade Theory and Labour Econometrics: The Effects of International Migration. Journal of Economic Surveys. 27 (1): pp. 98-139.
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