Emigration and wage inequality in a dual economy

  title={Emigration and wage inequality in a dual economy},
  author={Shigemi Yabuuchi}
  • Shigemi Yabuuchi
We examine the effect of emigration of skilled and unskilled labor on pre-existing wage gap between the skilledunskilled labor. The results by Marjit and Kar (2005) will be confirmed also in a dual economy setup. The author would like to thank two anonymous referees for many useful and constructive comments on the earlier version of this note. This research was financially supported by the Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (c-19530255 and a-21243023) from the Japan Society for the Promotion… CONTINUE READING

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