Frédéric Docquier

Hillel Rapoport3
Alice Mesnard1
J Mercier-Ythier1
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This paper considers a three-overlapping-generations model of endogeneous growth wherein human capital is the engine of growth. It …rst contrasts the laissez-faire and the optimality solutions. Three possible accumulation regimes are distinguished. Then it discusses alternative sets of tax-transfer instruments that allow for decentralization of the social(More)
  • Hillel Rapoport, Frédéric Docquier, L.-A Gerard-Varet, S.-C Kolm, J Mercier-Ythier, Flore Gubert +2 others
  • 2004
Special thanks to Sylvie Lambert for her accurate reading of the preliminary version of this chapter and her many useful comments and suggestions. The usual disclaimer applies. Abstract This chapter reviews the recent theoretical and empirical economic literature on migrants' remittances. It is divided between a microeconomic section on the determinants of(More)
  • Frédéric Docquier, Hillel Rapoport, Jose Antonio Gonzalez, Gordon Hanson, Arye Hillman, Hubert Jayet
  • 2007
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